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Here are four traditional Lithuanian recipes from my files. ( I run a small catering business specializing in ethnic foods.) Most of these are family recipes from Lithuanian friends. I think one is from an old church cookbook from a church that is predominantly Lithuanian. I have made and served all of these for clients. For those on restricted diets, I have a reduced fat, reduced sodium version of Kugel I worked out for a client (making healthy versions of traditional ethnic foods -- that capture the taste while reducing fat, salt and sugar -- that is one of my business' specialties) so if any of you need the 'healthy' version drop me an e-mail and I'll send it out. The taste isn't exactly the same but it's quite good, and satisfies the ethnic soul, so to speak. Kutelis Tarke (Potato Pudding) 10 large white or russet potatoes 1 medium yellow onion 5 slices of salt pork (1/4 to 1/3 inch thick) 2 TBS of farina 1/4 tsp pepper 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 cup scalded milk 1 TBS butter 3 large eggs Sour cream for topping Peel and grate potatoes and onion. Mince salt pork and fry until crisp. Pour crisp pork, along with fat, over potato-onion mix and add warm scalded milk and melted butter. Beat eggs and add gradually to the potato-onion-pork mixture, stirring to combing thoroughly. Mix in salt, pepper and farina. Pour into a greased/buttered cast iron skillet or casserole (depth of potato mix should be between 2 inches and 2 1/2 inches) and place in 400 degree oven. After 15 minutes, reduce heat to 375 degrees and bake for another 45 minutes. Cut into servings, place on plates and top with sour cream. JackL EthniCity Catering Food for your soul

Kutelis Tarke


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(posted June 25, 1997)

Here are four traditional Lithuanian recipes from my files. ( I run a small
catering business specializing in ethnic foods.) Most of these are family
recipes from Lithuanian friends. I think one is from an old church cookbook
from a church that is predominantly Lithuanian. I have made and served all of
these for clients. For those on restricted diets, I have a reduced
fat,
reduced sodium version of
Kugel I worked out for a client (making healthy
versions of traditional ethnic foods -- that capture the taste while reducing
fat, salt and sugar -- that is one of my business' specialties) so if any of
you need the 'healthy' version drop me an e-mail and I'll send it out. The
taste isn't exactly the same but it's quite good, and satisfies the ethnic
soul, so to speak.

Kutelis Tarke (
Potato Pudding)

10 large white or russet potatoes
1 medium yellow
onion
5 slices of
salt pork (1/4 to 1/3 inch thick)
2 TBS of
farina
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp
salt
1/2 cup scalded
milk
1 TBS
butter
3 large
eggs
Sour cream for topping

Peel and grate potatoes and onion.

Mince
salt pork and fry until crisp.

Pour
crisp pork, along with fat, over potato-onion mix and add warm scalded
milk and melted butter.

Beat
eggs and add gradually to the potato-onion-pork mixture, stirring to
combing thoroughly.

Mix in
salt, pepper and farina.

Pour into a greased/buttered cast iron
skillet or casserole (depth of potato
mix should be between 2 inches and 2 1/2 inches) and place in 400 degree
oven. After 15 minutes,
reduce heat to 375 degrees and bake for another 45
minutes.

Cut into servings, place on plates and top with
sour cream.

JackL
EthniCity Catering
Food for your soul




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