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Non-dairy kugel recipe?

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sue Sep 28, 2005 02:59 PM

Can anyone share an easy, non-dairy recipe for noodle kugel? It seems all the recipes I've seen include cottage cheese, cream cheese, and/or other dairy products. I need a non-dairy recipe for the holiday next week. Thanks in advance.

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    gini RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 03:16 PM

    Are butter and eggs ok? If so....

    KUGEL YERUSHALMI: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/102007

    NORTH SHORE CHICAGO HADASSAH'S LICK-YOUR-FINGERS KUGEL:
    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/rec...

    Kugel's pretty easy to make anyway, so either of these should be a snap - possibly not what you and your guests remember of kugels from days gone past, but certainly non-dairy.

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      vozick RE: gini Sep 28, 2005 08:41 PM

      Butter is dairy and not allowed.But oil is okay. Eggs are neurtral and can be used in a non dairy kugel.

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      LBQT RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 04:17 PM

      My friend makes one with pareve margarine, finely diced apples, raisins, and cinammon. It goes really well with brisket, and is just sweet enough (for the New Year). You might want to search the Jewish recipe archives for recipes (www.jewish-food.org/). It's a great resource.

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        farmersdaughter RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 05:00 PM

        In the San Francisco Chronicle today there was an article on kugel and one of the recipes provided is a non-dairy one. The link is below.

        Link: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article...

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          Nancy Berry RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 06:50 PM

          Look here:

          Link: http://www.jewishfood-list.com

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            meb903 RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 07:06 PM

            in my family, we make it with just noodles and eggs. one of my cousins sautes onions and puts that in too. the trick is to use Goodman's noodles and many eggs - at least 8 per pound of noodles. and don't overcook the noodles. add salt to taste before backing. put oil in the bottom of the pan before adding the noodles mixed with the eggs. bake until set.

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              meb903 RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 07:07 PM

              in my family, we make it with just noodles and eggs. one of my cousins sautes onions and puts that in too. the trick is to use Goodman's noodles and many eggs - at least 8 per pound of noodles. and don't overcook the noodles. add salt to taste before backing. put oil in the bottom of the pan before adding the noodles mixed with the eggs. bake until set.

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                JRL RE: meb903 Sep 29, 2005 03:37 PM

                No margarine or oil?

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                  Mario G RE: meb903 Oct 19, 2005 11:08 PM

                  Hey...I used to get Goodman noodles & alphabets at the A&P in Westchester County, NY (Yonkers). Visiting there last week, there were no signs of any Goodman noodles.

                  Can you tell me where I might obtain Goodman products - OR, look on a box of noodles and let me know name and address of where it is produced.

                  Thanks for any help..maior

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                  sandra RE: sue Sep 28, 2005 08:29 PM

                  i put in loads of fried onions and mushrooms with the eggs and noodles...shana tova

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                    sue RE: sue Sep 29, 2005 10:03 AM

                    THANKS for all the wonderful suggestions and links to great websites!!!Now I just have to decide which of the many recipes I should try. Thanks again. This was great. Sue

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