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Recipe

Flower Shaped Squash Kugel

In honor of the spring planting, this Shabbat I’m making my famous Flower Shaped Squash Kugel, so named because I make it in this cute silicone flower shaped pan. Every time I bring it out everyone always says “Oooh, look at the pretty flower shaped Kugel!” They really do! It’s a family favorite, and everyone loves cutting off a petal sized serving. I love it because it’s healthy (squash), and incredibly easy to make. Using the silicone pan is a plus too because I don’t have to grease it (silicone is naturally non-stick), its easy to clean, and easy to store – I just roll it up and put it in a drawer.

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  • Ready Time : 0 min

Servings

Ingredients

  • 2 packages cooked winter squash, defrosted and drained (10-ounce packages)
  • ½ cup flour
  • ½ cup sugar or splenda
  • ½ cup soy milk, preferably vanilla flavored
  • 3 large eggs
  • Non-stick vegetable spray (if using non-silicone pan)

Directions

Preheat oven to 350° F.

If not using a silicone pan, spray a 9” round pan with non-stick spray.  Set aside.

Place the squash in a large glass bowl.  Add the flour, sugar, and soy milk.  Whisk until smooth.  Add the eggs and blend until thoroughly combined.

Pour squash mixture into pan.

Bake for 45-60 minutes until completely set.

Allow to cool for at least 10 minutes.  If using a nifty silicone flower shaped pan, invert onto serving dish and serve to amazed guests.

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11 Responses to Flower Shaped Squash Kugel

  1. avatar says: Terri

    Yummo!!!!

  2. avatar says: Maddie

    Where do you buy the silicone flower baking pan?

  3. I love the demarle products – they are the ones that make the silpat mats also. I find that they are better than any other silicone product on the market. Here is a link to where you can purchase it online:

    http://shop.demarleathome.com/categories/1039622269-flexipan-molds/products/879818039-daisy-mold

    They don’t wear out, and I roll them up and put them in a drawer…a good investment! Good luck! Sharon

  4. avatar says: Maddie

    Thanks Sharon!

  5. Glad to help!!

  6. avatar says: Baila

    Where do you get cooked frozen squash? What store/company makes it? (A kosher company or generic brand?)

  7. I usually buy birds eye brand at our local kosher food store – Hungarian Kosher (the whole store is under hashgacha).

  8. Hope this helps!

  9. avatar says: Maddie

    Can I buy the silicone molds in a store do you know? I would really like to see them in person.

  10. I haven’t seen any Demarle products in stores, except for Silpat mats – which are made by Demarle. I don’t know where you live but some of the restaurant supply stores might carry them – in NY a store like Chef’s Central might carry them. If you were here in Chicago I’d have you stop by and check them out :-) – you can also contact the company (no…I don’t get a commission LOL) and ask them where you might be able to find them. For whatever it’s worth I have used a LOT of different silicone pans and these are the best by far. Good luck and please keep me posted with what you find. Sharon

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