Potato, Pastrami, and Gruyere Knishes
Portable, flaky, and satisfying, these stuffed pastries have been a popular street food in New York for 100 years.
WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS
Knishes are the hearty, savory pastries that were brought to New York more than 100 years ago by Jewish Eastern Europeans. After deciding on a fluffy mashed potato filling, we added plenty of flavor with a whole pound and a half of savory b...