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There are countless versions of this wonderful soup. Good job it is so simple. This is totally amazing soup; one spoonful transports you to Anywhere, South of the Border.
Use flat egg noodles for this kugel. This is the serve-with-brisket or sweet and sour meatballs sort of kugel. It is never refused! In Yiddish, lukshin means, noodles or pasta. This is gently kissed with onion powder. Yes, I know - nothing beats real onions but I find this lighter onion approach ensures kids devour this dish. You can vary it by adding sauted mushrooms and onions for a more adult approach.
This is the easy and classic recipe most families serve. They are great any time – not just for Chanukah. Mini ones are best.
These are lickity split to make but wonderful, served with chilled salmon or turkey.
This is rich, smooth and sumptuous. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah or break-the-fast Yom Kippur or a Sunday brunch dish.
I fell in love with www.Terrachips over the holidays. These are fried, thin chips of sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips, yaro and beets. It’s easy to make your own at home but slow baked, not fried. Much less fat.Tossed with some sea salt and vegetable oil, they are addictive.
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This uses tofu ‘ground meat’ which you can get in mainstream grocery stores as well as health food stores of course. It looks like browned hamburger. I pop it in vegetarian chili for a protein-packed, meatless main dish. This is beautifully colourful with cubes of squash, sweet potatoes and black beans and an unbeatable spice combination. Here’s a link to meatless ground beef, http://www.yvesveggie.com/products/detail.php/meatless-ground-round-original