Kugel is a baked Jewish dessert or casserole usually made with egg noodles but it can also be made with matzo meal.
Cranberry and apple matzo kugel makes a lovely dessert for Passover Seder. By using Granny Smith apples and dried cranberries, you get a tart yet sweet flavour.
This is a straightforward recipe that includes the classic ingredients of matzo and cinnamon. Make it in advance and keep refrigerated for up to 2 days.
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.
By using egg whites and less sugar than traditional apple kugel, you have a kugel that is much lighter. Spiced with cinnamon, this kugel is great all year round.
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 savoury kugel has onions, celery, garlic and dried cranberries. This is a super tasty kugel for any holiday and the cranberries liven it up a wee bit.
This potato pudding has grated potato, eggs, onion, matzo meal and is seasoned with salt and pepper. This has been a Passover tradition in our family for years.
Your classic Jewish dessert or brunch side dish, apples and apricots are baked with matzos. This recipe also reheats well so you can make it a day ahead.
Yes, that's right, sweet apple kugel baked with very ripe bananas, ground walnuts and matzo farfel, sugar and margarine. Enjoy this mouth watering twist on a classic.