Kugelis

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Kugelis
Kugelis 2012.jpg
TypePudding
Place of originLithuania
Main ingredientsPotatoes, bacon, milk, onions, and eggs
Cookbook:Kugelis  Kugelis
 
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Kugelis
Kugelis 2012.jpg
TypePudding
Place of originLithuania
Main ingredientsPotatoes, bacon, milk, onions, and eggs
Cookbook:Kugelis  Kugelis

Kugelis (also bulvių plokštainis, the lexically correct non-foreign name, literally "flat potato dish" or banda - a dialecticism frequent especially in Dzūkija region) is a baked potato pudding. The main ingredients are potatoes, bacon, milk, onions, and eggs. It may be spiced with salt, black pepper, bay leaves, and/or marjoram. It is usually eaten with apple sauce, lingonberry preserve, sour cream, or crumbled fried fat—from white bacon (spirgai) or pork.[1]

Similar dishes are the Jewish kugel and Belarusian potato babka.[1]

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b von Bremzen, Anya; Welchman, John (1990). Please to the Table: The Russian Cookbook. New York: Workman Publishing. pp. 319–20. ISBN 0-89480-845-1.