Craig Clark @CRClark1967
A knish is a piece fo dough stuffed with potato, meat or cheese, then baked or fried. The word from Yiddish and many times from the Jewish faith. I know mine is my own creation and wouldn't fit because of the bacon. You can stuff the dough with almost anything you like, from veggies, to meat, to cheese to even dessert types. I hope you like my version of this delicious side dish. I looked at many recipes and developed this one of my own.
- potatoes (med to lg)
- strips of bacon, cooked and crumbled
- scallions, diced
- 1 c
- sour cream
- 1/4 stick
- 2 pkg
- crescent roll sheets
- garlic salt
- parsley flakes
- 1 c
- cheddar cheese, shredded
- Parmesan cheese
- egg beeten
1Peel & cut potatoes and boil till soft enough to mash.
Mash using butter, sour cream and a dollop of milk.
Turn into mashed potatoes, bacon bits, and onion. Salt and pepper to taste.
2Roll out dough so it lies flat. Use pizza cutter to cut into 4 pieces cutting down the middle in each direction.
Place small amount of cheese in center of dough, then large spoon full of mashed potatoes on top. Fold dough over top pinching ends together. Place crease side down on greased cookie sheet.
3Brush with egg wash, then sprinkle with pepper, garlic salt, parsley flakes, and Parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 for 20 min or until golden.