Recipe by GOLDIEL
"This is a side dish commonly served with roasted chicken for Friday night (Shabbat) dinner. It doesn't have to accompany chicken only, but, as my mother once told us, when she was a child, chicken and noodles were more affordable than other foods. This is a great accompaniment to any meat."
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1 (12 ounce) package
thin egg noodles
vegetable oil for frying
salt and pepper to taste
dry bread crumbs
paprika to taste
I found this dish to be excellent and serves as a great basis for a kugel. Every Jewish family makes it differently ex. dairy, no dairy, sweet or savory, raisins no raisins, etc. I reduced to 1 onion and added 1 pint (2 cups)of cottage cheese, 1 cup sour cream and no bread crumbs (VIEW MY PHOTO). Depending on your dietary guidlines or preference, the recipe is very flexible.
I also serve this with a roast chicken or beef brisket. Thank you Goldie for the recipe!!
I was disappointed in this. It was too dry, and in spite of all the onion, I thought it lacked flavor.
We made it with fewer onions and in a smaller dish, was tasty.
The recipe should have called for sour creme or something to take away from the dryness.
I made some helpful, healthy changes. I used whole wheat noodles, used 8 egg whites,I added some seasoned salt and omitted the breadcrumbs. The most important thing I did was COVER the baking dish! It kept it all soft instead of making the tops all hard and inedible. My 5 year olds loved it as well as my baby :)
After reading the reviews of being dry - i added 1/2 cup of Kosher Chicken Broth to the onions then mixed everything together in the bowl. I was also liberal with the salt/pepper and only used 3 onions. But it turned out moist. Good non-dairy Kugel.
I thought it was a little dry, but some family members loved it. I would make again but try to figure out how to give it a little more moisture.
This was pretty tasty, but I didn't put enough salt and pepper in it. Next time I'll try about 1/2 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp pepper. Also, it was just a bit dry. I think it needs a little liquid, maybe a little broth or cream.
I will definitely try again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lokshin Kugel (Noodle Pudding)
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 48
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