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What's Cookin'? Happy Hannukah, it's Kugel!

'Tis the season for traditions and delicious treats, thank you to Lisa on Aries for this sweet submission!

Delicious Kugel

We must admit, we are not Jewish and are therefore a little ignorant on this topic, but we have been told Noodle Kugels are a treasured staple on any Jewish dinner table, and have a long history of uniting communities. They say the best way to experience a new culture is through it's food, we do hope you will enjoy this little taste of a Jewish tradition as much as we did!

Ingredients to make kugel

8 oz Wide Egg Noodles- cooked as directed on box

3 large Eggs

3/4 cup of Milk

3/4 cup of Sour Cream

1/4 cup of Butter

1/2 cup of Sugar

Beat Eggs slightly. Mix egg, milk, sour cream, butter and sugar in a large bowl. Fold in noodles. Pour into well buttered 8"x8" baking dish. Bake at 325 degrees for 1-1/12 hours. Cut into 2' squares and serve hot or cold.

Fresh from the oven Kugel

For a little variation, add this topping (this is what we did and it was delicious!):

1 cup of crushed Corn Flakes

2 tablespoons of melted Butter

2 tablespoons of sugar

1/2 teaspoon of Cinnamon

Mix all together and crumble over kugel before baking.

Layers of noodely deliciousness

Full disclosure, we were a little apprehensive to try this one. Noodles have always been savory to us, we couldn't wrap our heads around a sweet noodle dish. But oh my goodness, this is tasty! Just a little hint of sweet, not at all overpowering. We felt the cinnamon in the corn flake topping perfectly complemented the other flavors and really elevated the dish.

Kugels can be made in a variety of ways, sweet or savory. There are even Kugels that are potato based. Apparently there is no wrong way to bake a Kugel! Click here for some popular variations. We have a feeling Kugels will become a new favorite in your house as well!

Recipe for Kugel

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Jessica Carter l DRE #01490419 l 818.590.4246 l

"Your Fountainwood neighbor and local area specialist"

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