Kugel is a Jewish dessert or casserole which is usually based on fruit and egg noodles, but there are many variations.
This is an easy to make side dish that combines grated potato with onion, eggs and cheese then bakes it in a loaf shape.
This is a very easy version of the Jewish crustless quiche called kugel. It utilizes basic ingredients and easy to put together before popping it into the oven. So easy, I could do it with a new baby in the house.
The delicious kugel has egg noodles, milk, sugar, butter and desiccated coconut for a delicious dessert. Is great for Shabbat.
This is a version of the traditional Jewish dish known as a 'Kugel'. Butternut pumpkin is used in a bake that creates a result similar to a cake or pie which is eaten as a side dish.
This apple kugel uses matzo, beaten eggs, salt, sugar, oil and raisins. It is lightly seasoned with a bit of cinnamon and is not too sweet. Great hot or cold.
Spiced with cinnamon, brown sugar, orange zest and ginger, this kugel is amazing. It has fresh apples, raisins, matzo, eggs and golden syrup. Great dessert.
This is a recipe for Jewish noodle pudding called Kugel. It can also be frozen and it travels well. Can be baked for 30 minutes, allowed to cool and then be frozen. Defrost after freezing and then bake at 180 degrees for 30 minutes or until hot.
Matzo kugel is a Passover dish but it also makes a nice savory side dish any time of year. This one has mushrooms and onions and is seasoned with garlic and dill.
This recipe is traditionally served as a side dish, although it's sweet enough for dessert. It's fluffy, creamy and wonderful!
This is a great Jewish side dish called kugel based on egg noodles and spinach. It is moist and delicious and VERY easy to make!