I love this noodle kugel recipe. It is sweet & delicious. The method is really interesting & different then any way I have ever made a noodle kugel before! Advertisements
Another recipe from The Minimalist Baker…. I loved the technique for baking the cauliflower & seasoning it….
So… you have a bunch of celery in the refrigerator…you don’t really want to just eat it with peanut butter… or put it into a soup …I found a solution … a recipe for sautéed celery…& it is really good!
Last weekend I went to our downtown market & there was fresh locally grown asparagus there!
Not a kugel!!! More like a farfel pilaf! This is actually a dish that I would make during the year & not just for Passover! If you don’t want to use fearful, you can do the same thing & use quinoa…
I have so many recipes for Passover & I usually make the same ones each year. This year I am going to try some different ones. This potato kugel recipe has grated carrot in it!
First posted last year…what is a kugel? It is a baked kind of pudding…it can be noodles, potatoes, butternut squash….the main ingredient of a kugel is sometimes pre-cooked…mashed…grated… eggs are added ….put it into a baking dish & you have a kugel!
it seems like I make Brussels Sprouts a lot…& I don’t like them !!! But Murray does & so do most people so for me it is a good vegetable to make. It is easy to prepare & there are many ways to make them.
Do you have left-over plain rice? I did. I remembered that my mom used to serve us rice that she called Spanish Rice! I have no idea why or where she came up with this but it was good….
I am having company for dinner tonight.. & cold not decide what to make a side dish with the chicken… so, ha, I decided to look through my own blog for some recipe that I might have forgotten about! & I found this! I love it..
This recipe is one of our family favourites at any buffet meal! This is an old recipe probably from over 25 years ago that I got from a friend of mine. Always a hit with everyone!
Do you like grated potato latkes? Puréed potato latkas? Sweet potato latkas? Or grated vegetable latkas? I love them all!