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Appealing blend of vegetables is fast and easy


Item: Manishewitz Vegetable Kishka Mix

What you get: 12 two-inch slices

Cost: About $4

Nutritional content: 110 calories, 1.5 grams fat, 0 grams saturated fat, 480 milligrams sodium

Preparation time: About 40 minutes rolled and baked in oven, 15 to 20 minutes cooked loose on stove top

Review: If you think instant mashed potatoes are an aberration and stuffing should be made only from a loaf of bread, don't bother with Manishewitz's instant kishka mix. However, if you're willing to sacrifice a little of that homemade taste for a meal that gets to the table fast, stock up on this product. The mix is an appealing blend of carrots, peppers and onions. It was easy to make and had a nice overall vegetable flavor. I served it with chicken. But I'd be just as likely to dish it up with a roast. Find it with the other kosher products at your grocery store.

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