is a staple at many Jewish celebrations, and there are many variations—it can
be made with sweet potatoes, spinach, or broccoli. Today, we're celebrating Hanukkah
with this sweet and filling recipe for noodle kugel.
order to honor the traditional Jewish concept of tsa'ar ba'alei chayim—which explains that we should show compassion toward animals
causing them harm—we're
opting for a vegan version of this classic dish.
What is your favorite
vegan holiday dish? Share it with us in the comments below, and be sure to add
this kugel to your menu. Enjoy!
following was adapted from Melody's recipe on VegWeb.com.
Vegan Noodle Kugel12
oz. wide noodles, such as farfalle15
oz. silken tofu3/4
cup agave nectar1/4
tsp. vanilla extract1
tsp. cinnamon, plus extra for dusting1
tsp. cardamom powder1
tsp. ginger powder1
1/2 cups raisins4 apples,
cut into cubes1/4
Makes 6 to 8 servings
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