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  Zahavale's Onion Kugel
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Prep Time:
  10-15 minutes
  8 (servings)
Difficulty Level:
  Quick and Easy
Health Conscious:
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Cooking Method:
  Oven Cook
  Yom Tov
Main Ingredients:
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  Simply Delicious
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This is a great tasting recipe which always gets raves when I serve it as well as positive feedback which I get from so many women who make it. Zahavale is my eldest grandaughter.

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The onion which is very nutritious retains its nutritional value even when it's cooked or baked. Most other vegetables lose some of their nutrition in cooking, especially if cooked too long and with excess water.
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Comments / Reviews
I make an onion kugel for Pesach with potato starch. Do you think this would be adaptable to using potato starch in place of flour? (celiac in family)
chaya10, 2011-10-16
We love this kugel. I used a heavy hand with the black pepper and I think it made it even better than it usually is.
chaya10, 2013-08-30
If you make it with potatoe starch, put in l/2 cup of potato starch instead of l cup. Try it and let me know how it came out.
sarafinkel, 2013-08-30
Can you double it for a 9 x 13" pan? I assume you wouldn't quite double the salt.
monseymaiven, 2013-10-28
please send recipe
shoshka, 2013-12-30
Yes, the recipe can be double for a 9x13 inch pan. I would then you l-3/4 cup flour instead of 2 cups. SF
sarafinkel, 2013-12-30
Is this kugel very dry? It had great flavor but was so dry, I had to throw out what we didn't eat. Unless I put in too much flour...? Thanks!
pho, 2014-09-15
Try using 2/3 of cup of flour instead of 1 cup.
sarafinkel, 2014-09-16
Looks awesome! Did anyone try sauteing the onions before adding to mixture? Would that taste even better?
chamy, 2015-10-22
No. The onions should not be sauteed in this recipe. If you want you can try to saute it and let me know how it comes out. Actually, sauteeing is a lot of extra work.
sarafinkel, 2015-10-23
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