Cocktail Knishes (Kosher) - 24 Pack

Yonah Schimmel Knishes has been a neighborhood fixture on the Lower East Side since the 1890s. Today, they still make knishes the traditional way—hand wrapping a filling of potatoes or kasha (buckwheat grain) with a thin layer of dough before sending it to the oven to bake.

Now you can have Knishes for your next party with a selection of Cocktail Knishes in Yonah Schimmel’s most popular savory flavors—Potato, Kasha, Sweet Potato, and Spinach.

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Yonah Schimmel Knishes has been a neighborhood fixture on the Lower East Side since the 1890s. Today, they still make knishes the traditional way—hand wrapping a filling of potatoes or kasha (buckwheat grain) with a thin layer of dough before sending it to the oven to bake.

Now you can have Knishes for your next party with a selection of Cocktail Knishes in Yonah Schimmel’s most popular savory flavors—Potato, Kasha, Sweet Potato, and Spinach.

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This package includes

  • 24 savory cocktail knishes
  • Each cocktail knish is approximately 1"
  • Yonah Schimmel Knish is Kosher Cup certified

This product ships overnight during the summer.

Knish Flavors

  • Potato – The original and quintessential knish with fresh potatoes baked to perfection
  • Kasha – Yonah Schimmel’s delicious family recipe with buckwheat, one of a kind savory flavor. So healthy and delicious
  • Sweet Potato – What a mouth watering super delight. A combination of sweet and salty
  • Spinach – A delicious mixture of potato and spinach, an irresistible combination

Use And Care

  • Knishes are made fresh and shipped with ice packs that may thaw partially or fully during transit
  • Upon arrival, place the knishes in the refrigerator. It can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days
  • To serve, heat knishes in a microwave for 2 minutes or in a 350F oven covered with foil for 10 minutes or until warm. Remove the foil for the last few minutes for a crispy knish. Best enjoyed with some deli mustard!
  • To serve later, wrap the knishes individually with plastic wrap and store in the freezer for up to 3 months. To serve, heat the knish as noted above. There is no need to thaw the knish before heating