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Broccoli Potato Kugel

Broccoli Potato Kugel

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Ingredients

  • 4 potatoes, shredded
  • 4 carrots, shredded
  • 2 lb. frozen chopped broccoli, thawed and drained
  • 5 eggs
  • 3/4 C. mayonnaise
  • 2 T. onion flakes
  • 1 T. salt

Directions

Beat eggs. Add mayonnaise, salt, and onion flakes. Add all vegetables to beaten egg mixture and pour into greased baking dish. Bake at 350*F uncovered for about 45 minutes.

Zakah Glaser is associate director of Soveya and is a Certified Nutrition, Wellness, and Weight Management Consultant. She offers weight-loss coaching to people struggling with overeating and is a sought-after speaker for women’s groups about the Torah perspective on health and nutrition.

The recipes are all from Soveya's Incredibly Easy and Healthy Cookbook which features 300 no sugar and no flour recipes.

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Sara March 30, 2016

Potatoe types for kugel would this recipe work just as well if i were to use 2 regular potatoes and 2 sweet potatoes? Reply

Anonymous March 3, 2014

substitution if I would prefer using fresh broccoli, how much would I need to use? Reply

Zahava Cleveland hts, Ohio February 1, 2012

These were very good. I used huge potatoes and carrots so I added an extra egg, 1/4 cup mayo, 1 tblsp salt. It made one 9x13 pan kugel and about 18 latkes. I used spray to fry them. They were a big hit. Thanks for the idea! Reply

Anonymous morris county, nj April 13, 2011

I like the applesause/yogurt substitute instead of mayo. I'd substitute fresh zucchini, possibly fresh cut up french green beens, and shiite mushrooms with the pototo and carrots instead of the broccoli...which I think of as "bulky" Reply

Anonymous Eugene, OR via chabadofeugene.org April 12, 2011

possible substitution what about using applesauce mixed with plain yogurt instead of the mayo? I've used applesauce before to substitute for oils in recipes, and maybe yogurt would help make it a similar texture, just and idea. Reply

Cherut Brooklyn, NY April 12, 2011

Healthy?!? How can this be healthy when it uses almost a cup of mayo? Any ideas on substitutions? Reply

FAL fl April 11, 2011

a hint? Perhaps a hint as to what size baking dish you used? 9x13? 9x16? etc. Reply

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