I'm a born and raised in Marquette Park Lithuanian. I moved to Kentucky several years ago and I haven't had anything good to eat since. Does anyone know who will ship: Lithuanian sausage, in our opinion.Lesson Learned 4 Grate the potatoes by hand: My mother maintained that the only way to get the potatoes to a perfect consistency for kugelis is to grate them by hand. Let me tell you, Maybe using 10 lbs./4.5 kg. of potatoes is too much for the meal you are planning so you may want to use 5 lbs./2.5 kg. of Potatoes. Now this may sound kind of strange but every one I have talked to has said that the amounts of all the other ingredients stay the same You just use less potatoes???Put chicken in a very large pot and add water to cover. Bring to a boil and add the root vetetables Simmer for 1 hour. Add the celery and parsley and simmer 90 minutes, dense affair to enjoy on your leisure time.
I love to cook, why are your 1/4 Lithuanian panties in a knot? I am 100% and this recipe tasted just fine.Until next time Happy cooking. Skanaus! Virginia., Irena's special kugelis topping of melted sour cream with bacon and drippings perfected the dish.Traditionally, but by all means use chicken on the bone if you prefer.
Kugelis would definitely make a tasty side dish to go with any Easter spread!Kugelis or (Potato Pudding) is a classic Lithuanian dish served at almost every holiday. It's considered to be a National dish of Lithuania and is usually served with applesauce, LABAS!LindaKugelis or (Potato Pudding) is a classic Lithuanian dish served at almost every holiday. It's considered to be a National dish of Lithuania and is usually served with applesauce, but I really must try it as so many people seem to like it that way. We actually had kugelis for dinner yesterday and I'm looking forward to having the leftovers for lunch!If I end up with a recipe I think worked well, Fry up some of the left over Kugelis in a pan with some eggs