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Flaumen-Kartoffel Tzimmis (Sweet Prune-Potato Tzimmis)

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Flaumen-Kartoffel Tzimmis (Sweet Prune-Potato Tzimmis)

If you add the meat, this is obviously fleischig. If you leave out the meat, this can be served with any kind of meal, meat or dairy.

Eat in good health!

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F/175 degrees C.

Combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly. Work quickly so potatoes do not oxidize.

Pour into a deep, disposable roasting pan. Cover tightly and bake for 2 to 3 hours. If it appears to be drying out (unlikely, but you never know), add a little boiling water. It is just about impossible to overcook this.

Serve from a deep bowl. Do not worry if everything seems to be blending. That is why it is called a "tzimmis." Usually tastes even better when cooked a day ahead and rewarmed.

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