Baked 'Kugelis' (potato pudding) is a Lithuanian national dish. If you want to try something delicious and surprise your family, you should give a try and cook Kugelis. What ingredients you need, how to cook it. All information you need is here.
Ingredients: what you will need
> Potatoes, 1 kilogram
> Eggs, 1 piece
> Onion, 1 unit
> Wheat flour, 2 tablespoons
> Pork fat, fresh, 50 grams
> Milk, 100 grams
> Salt, to your taste
> Black pepper, to your taste
Step 1. Strip the potatoes, grate, pour the boiling milk.
Step 2. Onion, chopped into small pieces and fry in a pan.
Step 3. Put everything into a bowl and mix well.
Step 4. Grease a roasting pan, sprinkle with breadcrumbs and pour the prepared mixture.
Step 5. Insert the tray into the middle oven rack and bake for about 1 hour. 180 C temperature.
Step 6. The final!
Eat with bacon bits, mixed with roasted onions and sour cream on top.
I would suggest
To make Kugelis not too dry, cook it in hot oven.
Cover Kugelis with foil, that it won't dry. And only uncover a barbecue at the end of the fry.
Kugelis is finished
Enjoy your meal! ;)
Jennifer C on January 27, 2021:
I've never heard of Kugelis before. This looks delicious!
EEWorkouts on December 19, 2012:
Pork fat rules! this looks tasty, thanks for the introduction.
Elsie Hagley from New Zealand on July 07, 2012:
This looks very nice, I know I will like it, will try it tonight. Thanks for sharing your baked Kugelis (potato pudding) with us.
WriterJanis2 on April 18, 2012:
Oh this looks really good.
Susanna Duffy from Melbourne Australia on April 02, 2012:
I have ALWAYS wanted to know how to make Kugelis, Lithuanian style, but this is the first recipe I've seen by a real person. Thank you
Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on March 28, 2012:
Looks really yummy. Thanks for sharing more of Lithuania.
CCGAL on March 28, 2012:
This looks good, and I would love to try the recipe if I can decipher the amounts into something I can recognize. I'm really unclear on this tip "And only uncover a barbecue at the end of the fry." This appears to be a baked potato dish, similar to an escalloped potato dish, but as it's baked and not barbecued or fried, I'm not sure what that means. Other than that, I found this lens delightful.
Chuck Nelson from California on January 17, 2012:
Sounds good...I do all the cooking here so I may try this.
food monkey on October 26, 2011:
looks delicious! nice lens :)
KarenCookieJar on October 24, 2011:
I'm surprised I've never heard of this before. I love potato dishes.
anonymous on October 14, 2011:
this would be a dish I'd eat, I love trying new foods.
fugeecat lm on October 12, 2011:
It looks good!
Close2Art LM on October 12, 2011:
Looks delicious, great page, would love to try it out...:)rwjr