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OOTBubby




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Aug 22 2010, 3:20 pm
Thanks.
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OOTBubby




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Aug 22 2010, 4:20 pm
I just made this and it smells and looks heavenly -- it is so tempting to taste it, but I won't go off my diet for anything at this point.

I'll have to wait until Sukkos for a taste (when I'll be at a point in maintenance which allows me to do so).

Thanks so much for the recipe.
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yOungM0mmy




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Aug 22 2010, 5:46 pm
ra_mom wrote:
OOTBubby wrote:
Does this cut into neat squares (and does it cut better when warm/hot or cold)?

Thanks.
It basically cuts neatly. Just make sure the pack / pat down the onion batter once it's in the the pan. It cuts a bit better when it's cold.


I make it all the time in a silicone muffin pan. I tried it first as a kugel and it tasted great, but looked messy, but as muffins they look so cute, and very easy. Made a batch on Friday, got about 20 muffins and froze half, will do another double batch before yom tov.
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OOTBubby




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Aug 22 2010, 5:49 pm
yOungM0mmy wrote:
ra_mom wrote:
OOTBubby wrote:
Does this cut into neat squares (and does it cut better when warm/hot or cold)?

Thanks.
It basically cuts neatly. Just make sure the pack / pat down the onion batter once it's in the the pan. It cuts a bit better when it's cold.


I make it all the time in a silicone muffin pan. I tried it first as a kugel and it tasted great, but looked messy, but as muffins they look so cute, and very easy. Made a batch on Friday, got about 20 muffins and froze half, will do another double batch before yom tov.


That's a real nice idea if you're serving a plated meal rather than family style. I'll keep it in mind (don't have a silicone muffin pan, but I think DD does).
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yOungM0mmy




 
 
 
 

Post Mon, Aug 23 2010, 4:12 am
OOTBubby wrote:
yOungM0mmy wrote:
ra_mom wrote:
OOTBubby wrote:
Does this cut into neat squares (and does it cut better when warm/hot or cold)?

Thanks.
It basically cuts neatly. Just make sure the pack / pat down the onion batter once it's in the the pan. It cuts a bit better when it's cold.


I make it all the time in a silicone muffin pan. I tried it first as a kugel and it tasted great, but looked messy, but as muffins they look so cute, and very easy. Made a batch on Friday, got about 20 muffins and froze half, will do another double batch before yom tov.


That's a real nice idea if you're serving a plated meal rather than family style. I'll keep it in mind (don't have a silicone muffin pan, but I think DD does).


I never serve plated - DH hates it! I just put a platter of muffins on the table, same as I put my bowl of salad or whatever, and it passes round and people take. I guess you can grease a regular muffin/cupcake tray, and it should work fine too, the silicone just makes it really easy, and it slides right out.
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mominlkwd




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Aug 25 2010, 7:35 pm
Can you freeze this raw?? Has anyone tried that?
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Hippi Dippi




 
 
 
 

Post Tue, Aug 31 2010, 1:25 pm
I made a triple batch today (wanted to finish up the eggs I had around before we leave for America), and it was REALLY REALLY GOOD! I used whole wheat flour, a bit more than half the oil, and 1/3rd less salt. Fantastic!
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PinkFridge




 
 
 
 

Post Tue, Sep 14 2010, 3:27 pm
Anyone ever try adding mushrooms to this?
And how many muffins (standard cupcake size) would this make?
Thanks!
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ra_mom




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 15 2010, 1:03 am
PinkFridge wrote:
Anyone ever try adding mushrooms to this?
And how many muffins (standard cupcake size) would this make?
Thanks!
This recipe makes 24 muffins. But they fall and are very tiny.
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Marigold




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Sep 19 2010, 4:53 pm
This recipe sounds just up my alley and I'd like to try it tonight. Will one recipe fill up a round 9" pan or will it be too low? Or, is it better/nicer to do it in the 7X11 rectangular size...is that the food storage one?

TIA!
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ra_mom




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Sep 19 2010, 5:42 pm
Paddington Bear wrote:
This recipe sounds just up my alley and I'd like to try it tonight. Will one recipe fill up a round 9" pan or will it be too low? Or, is it better/nicer to do it in the 7X11 rectangular size...is that the food storage one?

TIA!
The batter will not be too low in a 9" round pan. If anything it might be too high and you may have to use another very small pan for remaining batter.
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Marigold




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Sep 19 2010, 9:33 pm
ra_mom wrote:
Paddington Bear wrote:
This recipe sounds just up my alley and I'd like to try it tonight. Will one recipe fill up a round 9" pan or will it be too low? Or, is it better/nicer to do it in the 7X11 rectangular size...is that the food storage one?

TIA!
The batter will not be too low in a 9" round pan. If anything it might be too high and you may have to use another very small pan for remaining batter.


Thanks (your a life-saver Smile .)
should I rather do it in the 7x11? (never made any onion kugels)
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ra_mom




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Sep 19 2010, 10:03 pm
Paddington Bear wrote:
ra_mom wrote:
Paddington Bear wrote:
This recipe sounds just up my alley and I'd like to try it tonight. Will one recipe fill up a round 9" pan or will it be too low? Or, is it better/nicer to do it in the 7X11 rectangular size...is that the food storage one?

TIA!
The batter will not be too low in a 9" round pan. If anything it might be too high and you may have to use another very small pan for remaining batter.


Thanks (your a life-saver Smile .)
should I rather do it in the 7x11? (never made any onion kugels)
You can do it either way.
Often I just divide the batter into small square/rectangular pans, because we aren't big kugel eaters around here, and like this I don't have leftovers.
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Marigold




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Sep 19 2010, 11:22 pm
[quote="ra_mom"]
Paddington Bear wrote:
ra_mom wrote:
Paddington Bear wrote:
This recipe sounds just up my alley and I'd like to try it tonight. Will one recipe fill up a round 9" pan or will it be too low? Or, is it better/nicer to do it in the 7X11 rectangular size...is that the food storage one?

TIA!
The batter will not be too low in a 9" round pan. If anything it might be too high and you may have to use another very small pan for remaining batter.


Thanks (your a life-saver Smile .)
should I rather do it in the 7x11? (never made any onion kugels)
You can do it either way.
Often I just divide the batter into small square/rectangular pans, because we aren't big kugel eaters around here, and like this I don't have leftovers.[/quote

Thanks much!
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BoomChickaPop




 
 
 
 

Post Tue, Sep 28 2010, 9:30 pm
does it get baked covered or uncovered? I had a hard time finding a 7x11 pan, the pan I ended up with looks smaller than a 9x13, and is very deep, it seemed the closest to what a 7x11 would be, hope it's ok.
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ra_mom




 
 
 
 

Post Tue, Sep 28 2010, 10:31 pm
HappyHome wrote:
does it get baked covered or uncovered? I had a hard time finding a 7x11 pan, the pan I ended up with looks smaller than a 9x13, and is very deep, it seemed the closest to what a 7x11 would be, hope it's ok.
Uncovered.
That size pan sounds about right.
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sofaraway




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 29 2010, 12:38 am
[/quote]This recipe makes 24 muffins. But they fall and are very tiny.[/quote]

So I took this advice into account and decided to be smart. I made only 12 muffins out of this recipe so they wouldn't be flat and tiny.
Well, they came out so big, I think they lost of their sweetness or texture...
Being that this is the second no fail recipe from here that I master to fail, I guess I am not such a great cook, after all... Confused
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cookielady




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 29 2010, 1:49 am
I decided to give this recipe a try. It was so easy and fast. I made two 8" square pans. My kids took one straight to the succah and finished it off. I saved the other for Y"T. I may need to bake more because it's really that good!
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Zus




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 29 2010, 2:32 am
I can't wait to try the kugel I made!
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realeez




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 29 2010, 7:41 am
I made this for RH and it was great. I subbed 1/4 cup apple sauce and only put 1/4 cup oil. I also did 3 eggs plus 2 whites.
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