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A good option instead of potato kugel.

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I have also used the Gefen sautéed chef's blend onions.While they can be used by adding them cold to the warm potatoes,I find that warming them before seems to add flavor.I tend to use the entire container,which yields approximately 3 medium onions.Please be aware that these boxed onions contain soy.
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Hi, looks like a wonderful recipe! Problem in my house is one relative is allergic to apples. What would you substitute? Would mango, lemonade or what???work???TIA
ottawaimma, 2014-08-31
I assume that after you put the potato mixture on the dough, you roll it up jelly-roll fashion and bake it as one long piece. Also, it seems that 3 cups of apple juice is a lot.
sheila, 2014-09-04
I don't seem to see my suggestion to "ottowaimma" posted,so I just wanted to add that orange juice without pulp can be used in stead of apple,or you might try a small bottle of those Israeli juices-such as mango.
libbyl, 2014-09-05
This recipe must be incorrect. It came out very watery. I had to add like four times the amount of flour until I finally gave up. Did anyone successfully make this recipe? Maybe it's 3 tablespoons of juice instead of cups?
pointsleon, 2016-06-09
Hi,I just read the question.Yes.,I did perhaps make the orange juice amount too much.I really depends on the dough thickness.Because the filling is potato,don't make the dough very thin. My suggestion would be ,add juice in smaller amounts,don't roll out to thin-just enough so the dough is not too doughy.The less you handle it the better.I do hope you will try it again.Delish.
libbyl, 2016-06-16
Hi,ottawaimma,you can use any sort of juice for this recipe.I have used a few types of juices that come in cartons.Don't add other flavors to the one you choose.I have recently become a fan of cocconut oil and coconut juice,tastes great.Dissolve the oil before using.Coconut flour can also be used in place of real flour.Makes cake so moist and divine,for this recipe stick to regular flour.
libbyl, 2016-06-17
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