I made this as part of Worldwide Recipezaar Day! Great recipe! I grated the carrots with the steel knife in the food processor and then just threw in the remaining ingredients to get mixed in with the carrots. I added some cinnamon, and it was declared a success by everyone. There was just enough left for me to take to work for lunch the next day. Thanks Lennie!
Well I would actually call this a kugel, but it doesn't really matter because it tastes great. I have eaten this recipe twice and for the first time actually got a chance to make it. I threw it all in the food processor and it was ready in no time at all. I found that it came out very low in my tube pan so next time if I was using my tube pan I would double the recipe or if I was making only one recipe, I would just put it in a square pan and serve it in squares. P.S. My kids loved it too!
Very easy and impressive dish. Great colours with the green peas in the center and around the carrots. Almost a cake like texture but good.
I've been eating this since my mom made it in the 1970's. She clipped the recipe from the local paper. It was called Ginnie's Carrot Mold. Mother doubled up on the carrots so it became like a pudding. Delicious.
Very EZ and yet looks like it took alot I added some vanilla to the mixture. I dont know if this was supposed to be a vegetable or dessert. Sweet but not overpowering. Just put everything in food processor and WHAM it was done. Did not even bother measuring, just estimated amounts. After tasting it, only 1/2 it was left by he time it was time to eat...LOL Will be a staple dessert for thanksgiving from now on. Thanks.
This is a family favorite for the last few years. We use it yearly for Rosh Hashanah.