Kishka is a traditional Jewish sausage which originated in Europe and literally translates as “intestine.” This may be due to the antiquated use of intestines for the casings of sausages. These days, modern Kishka is made with synthetic casings. In this recipe’s case, a casing is not used at all. The ingredients are combined, formed into a roll and then baked. Note, Tam Tam are a type of wheat cracker often found during Passover.
Grind together 18 oz box TamTam, 2 carrots, 2 stalks celery, 1 onion, season to taste.
Add 1 egg, 1/4 lb melted marketing. Form into roll. Wrap in aluminum foil, freeze or refrigerate. Bake in foil 1 hour at 350 degrees.