This recipe has quickly become a family favorite and leaves smiles when the plate is empty. I like to serve this atop grilled kishke, or mashed potatoes, and ensure we place some pickled onions on top to help cut through some of the deepness of the flavor.
You can serve this as a main, side dish or what I do, an appetizer.
Using a crock pot would be ideal, but you can also cook inside a Dutch Oven, or other pot, then switching over into a baking pan to finish.
The time of cooking can vary between six to eight hours, depending on your oven, but the results you want are soft, melty, and falling apart.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!