Noodle Pudding/Kugel Receipe

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Old 12-17-2018, 07:37 AM
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1 lb extra wide egg noodles, 1 lb cottage cheese, 1 lb sour cream, 4 eggs, 1 cup sugar - bake approx 45 minutes until firm and light brown at 350 degrees. Creamy custard type. You can add raisins if you want
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:51 AM
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1 lb extra wide egg noodles, 1 lb cottage cheese, 1 lb sour cream, 4 eggs, 1 cup sugar - bake approx 45 minutes until firm and light brown at 350 degrees. Creamy custard type. You can add raisins if you want
Sounds wonderful. Too bad I am on a highly restrictive diet for now. But I'll store this recipe away for that far off "cheat day".
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How about a great brisket recipe??
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1 lb extra wide egg noodles, 1 lb cottage cheese, 1 lb sour cream, 4 eggs, 1 cup sugar - bake approx 45 minutes until firm and light brown at 350 degrees. Creamy custard type. You can add raisins if you want
Should never use anything but thin noodles. Wide noodles are for Tuna Casserole. Three generations of love that Kugel stand behind my answer.
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Respectfully disagree. Wide noodles! And pineapple small pieces is nice to add too.
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Old 12-17-2018, 03:57 PM
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Should never use anything but thin noodles. Wide noodles are for Tuna Casserole. Three generations of love that Kugel stand behind my answer.
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Respectfully disagree. Wide noodles! And pineapple small pieces is nice to add too.

Can I use medium noodles? asked the Shiksa.
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Respectfully disagree. Wide noodles! And pineapple small pieces is nice to add too.
I only use wide noodles for kugel. Additionally, I add butter, sugar, raisins, dried fruit and slivered almonds.
I just checked my "Jewish Cooking in America" cookbook almost every recipe calls for wide noodles.
The cookbook has an amazing Moroccan Brisket with Olives. Excellent brisket!
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Old 12-17-2018, 04:09 PM
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I would love some really good brisket recipes.
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Can I use medium noodles? asked the Shiksa.
1 recipe in my cookbook calls for medium noodles!
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I would love some really good brisket recipes.
Me, too. May I suggest you start a thread?
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