8 Tishrei 5781 / Saturday, September 26, 2020 | Torah Reading: Ha'azinu
 
dot  Add to favorites   dot  Set as homepage  
 
   
    Create an account    |    Sign in
  
    My Account     Orders History     Help
 
 
  My Country:  
  United States   
 
   Language:  
  English   
 
   My Currency:  
  US Dollar   
 
   
Home Page Torah Portion Spirituality and Faith Foundations of Judaism Inspirational Stories Family & Daily Life Holidays and Fast Days Israel and Society
   Cooking Tips and Tricks     Soups     Salads     Meat and Poultry             
 
  More  
 
 
 
Kugels and Sides  
 
HomeRecipes and CookingKugels and SidesCorn Kugel
 
  Advanced Search
   Articles
 
   Search
 
            
 

Corn Kugel    

Corn Kugel



This simple one-bowl recipe can be whipped up in minutes to make a delicious kugel that everyone will enjoy. Be ready for second helpings!!

 



 

Image for illustration only 

 

 

Preparation time: 10 minutes  

Baking time: 50-60 minutes 

Level of Difficulty: Easy 

Kashrut Type: Parve 

 

 

INGREDIENTS 

Double recipe is for 8½x12 inch (315x220mm) pan or 9x13 inch pan. 

 

4 tablespoons melted margarine or oil 

¼ cup sugar (I usually use 2-3 tablespoons) 

4 eggs 

1 teaspoon baking powder 

¼ cup bug-free flour 

1 15-ounce can of corn, drained* 

1 15-ounce can of cream corn* 

* If you want to make a double recipe, substitute 1 bag of frozen corn for the 2 15-ounce cans of corn. Defrost the bag of corn in a cold-water bath, and then drain the corn. 

 

 

PREPARATION 

  1. 1. Put all ingredients in a bowl, and then mix well with a stick or hand blender (“shvizer”). 

  1.  

  2. 2. Pour into a greased pan or into a pan lined with baking paper. 

  1.  

  2. 3. Bake at 350°F (175° C) for 1 hour or until golden brown. 

 

*** 

Rachel Avrahami grew up in Los Angeles, CA, USA in a far-off valley where she was one of only a handful of Jews in a public high school of thousands. She found Hashem in the urban jungle of university. Rachel was privileged to read one of the first copies of The Garden of Emuna in English, and the rest, as they say, is history. She made Aliyah and immediately began working at Breslev Israel.  

 
Rachel is now the Editor of Breslev Israel's English website. She welcomes questions, comments, articles, and personal stories to her email: rachel.avrahami@breslev.co.il. 

 

 





New Comment    New Comment
   See More Articles By Rachel Avrahami
   Read more about Kugels and Sides




Top of article    Top of article       Email This Article    Email This Article          Share to Facebook       Print version    Print version


 Join the distribution list Join the distribution list
 
 
  
If you would like to receive other related articles or Breslev.co.il features via e-mail, please enter your e-mail address here:

   

 Related Articles Related Articles
 
 


  0 Talkbacks for this article     

Add Your CommentAdd Your Comment    Add Your Comment    

 
 
  
In Honor of:    In Memory of:
  
 
Like What You Read?
 
Help Breslev Israel spread the light of Rebbe Nachman
across the globe, and be a partner in making a better world.
 
Click here to support Breslev.co.il
  
 
 
 Products of the Day Products of the Day
 
 
 
 
Back  1 2 3  Next
 
 
 
 
  •  
     
  •  
     
  •  
     
  •  
     
  •  
     
 
Back  1 2 3  Next
 
 
 Most talked about Most talked about
 
 
 
 
Up  1 2 3  Down
 
 
 Most read Most read
 
 
 
 
Up  1 2 3  Down
 
 
 Facebook Facebook
 
 
 
 Mailing List Mailing List
 
 
 
Subscribe Here:   
 
   
 

 
 



  
 
 
open toolbar