What Bracha do you make on a Kasha Varnishkes?

Bracha Rishona

Mezonos

Bracha Acharona

Al Hamichya

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The Bracha Rishona on Kasha Varnishkes is Mezonos, and the Bracha Acharona is Al Hamichya.

Kashe varnishkes is a traditional Ashkenazi Jewish dish that combines kasha with noodles, typically farfalle. Buckwheat groats are prepared separately from, and then fried together with, lokshen and tsvibelach in schmaltz. Source: Wikipedia

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Leon Manaster
Chaim Melcer

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