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  30 minutes
  8 (servings)
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Lukshen Kugel
Lamed is for Lukshen in the four Kugel Amalek Kugel series for Parshas Zachor. see journal article

This recipe comes from June Feiss Hersh’s collection Recipes Remembered. a collection of recipes from holocaust survivors where it’s listed as Potato Chip Kugel though there isn’t a single potato chip in the recipe. The potato chip refers to it’s characteristic crispiness.
The contributor is Rae Kushner who is from Lithuania where this kugel originated.
1 (12ounce bag of noodles) You can use rice noodles or whole wheat if you want
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 eggs lightly beaten
Salt (appox ¾ t ) and pepper between 1/8 and ¼ t of freshly cracked depending upon how peppery you like your kugel

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