Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Kugel… you’ve gotta love that word. It’s roots are Eastern European, just like my own. My mother’s been making this dish for as long as I can remember. Eating it brings back warm family memories of holiday dinners with relatives no longer with me.

Kugel is generally served as a side dish with dinner, but with apples and golden raisins in it, and it’s custard-like consistency, you could even serve it as a dessert. Yep, you wanna dive right in. You can eat it as is, or if you really  want the maximum kugel experience, you can serve it with a dollop of sour cream or apple sauce. Yes, yes I know it’s a bit high in calories, but we only eat it a couple times a year. It couldn’t hurt.

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Sweet Kugel

Recipe by Marion Clofine, (my mother)

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Check out this recipe in The Basics,  an online lifestyle magazine.

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

Recipe: Easy

13 thoughts on “Sweet Kugel Noodle Pudding

  1. This does look like something I do need to try. I have never had Kugel-obviously I am missing a sweet treat. Glad your mother shared this with you so you can pass along. Your pictures do look tempting. Yum!

  2. I’m sure your mother was happy to see this posting. I know there are a hundred recipes for kugel, but I’ll be sure to try this one.

  3. This is something I really want to try. I remember having kugel as a little girl and not liking it, but I think now that I’m a (sorta) adult, I could really go for this. I’ve bookmarked your recipe.
    *kisses* HH

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