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    6 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My mother used to make this for very special dairy meals. I used to think that when I started cooking I would make this all the time, but now I know my mother was right (she always is), this is so rich you should only eat it a few times a year. You have been warned!

    Recipe #14613

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I just created this amazing dessert last night in preparation for the upcoming holiday of Rosh Hashana, where we eat apples and honey to ensure a sweet year. It's an icky, sticky, gooey mess that tastes amazing, if I do say so myself!

    Recipe #39553

    I cannot imagine holiday-time without rugelach around. They are the most addictive, filled cookie ever! I usually make 2-3 times the recipe (inviting a friend over for coffee, chat and helpful rolling), then freeze and bake as needed. You will have none left by the end of the holidays, trust me. The bake time is approximate - it could be slightly more or slightly less, depending on how big you make the rugelach.

    Recipe #77270

    This is a nice treat from the Middle East. Makes a nice gift too.

    Recipe #85048

    Delicious latkes using up many of the ingredients required for the RSC contest (2004). These are very flavorful and, if made slightly smaller, would be a great appetizer with the dipping sauce. Do not be put off by the long list of ingredients, the recipe is MUCH easier to make than it reads.

    Recipe #93964

    Looks pretty, diet and lo-carb and tastes great.

    Recipe #52176

    6 Reviews |  By Ducky

    This is a tradition in our family. It is easy, and everyone devours it. It even freezes well.

    Recipe #52690

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Passover is usually holiday where we tend to eat nonstop. At least with this kugel I don't feel so guilty.

    Recipe #22266

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    One of the most simple and delicious kugels around. Perfect for Rosh Hashana, and wonderful all year round.

    Recipe #53214

    4 Reviews |  By chia

    this is easy to put together and makes a lovely dairy dish.

    Recipe #105291

    I could eat a whole pan of this.....don't let the amount of onions scare you.....they cook down.

    Recipe #107393

    If you love thin and crispy, this is the kugel for you!

    Recipe #50262

    13 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This kugel is a must on our Holiday table. It's my most requested recipe. There are no measurements for the nutmeg and cinnamon...I just sprinkle a light dusting on the top of the noodles prior to mixing it all together. The photos I've posted show the kugel before baking, after baking and sliced and ready for serving.

    Recipe #25057

    I have not made this, but had to share. Can you imagine a kugel topped with crumbled pralines?!? Yum, yum! This is adapted from Southern Living magazine, and they adapted it from "Kosher Southern Style Cookbook" by Mildred Covert. If you don't happen to have any leftover pralines lying around, you may used chopped candied pecans instead. Prep time includes cooking time for the noodles, as well as a 10 minute resting time for the baked casserole.

    Recipe #102520

    1 Reviews |  By LizCl

    A delicious side dish. Can be made ahead and reheated. Great to take to holiday dinners, barbecues, etc. Everyone loves this dish. My aunt, Sylvia, who was the best cook in the world gave me this recipe and I have since given this recipe to others who also love it. Try it, you won't be disappointed. I have also made this with frozen broccoli. It's just as good.

    Recipe #137123

    4 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Even though this is a Passover recipe we also eat this during the year, it's a favorite. The measurements are very flexible, you really can't mess up this recipe!

    Recipe #22569

    This is called shalom bayit (peace in the home) kugel, because that is precisely the effect it has on mine when I make it on Friday afternoon. This is a recipe for either 2 large kugels (9"x13" and deep) or 4 small kugels (@8-9" square). It is best straight out of the oven, but can be saved for lunch the next day. To further its shalom bayit potential, I usually make it into four small kugels: one to feed my underfed, stressed out family on Friday afternoon (we always seem to forget real meals while we are preparing for Shabbat), another one for Friday night, another for Shabbat day, and, equally important, the fourth to give to some other family which is either running late, stressed out, just had a baby, or needs a pick-me-up. Never fails to work wonders. The key to this kugel is baking it first at a high temperature for a short time, and then at a lower temp. Wishing your family a peaceful day.

    Recipe #137732

    A truly lovely, earthy kugel from Jayne Cohen's wonderful cookbook, "The Gefilte Variations."

    Recipe #151777

    Posting this recipe for ZWT II 2006 gotten from Kosher Cooking web site, where Steve Kassel, of Daly City California posted it. His notes indicate that this should be made a day ahead of serving. Because of this I don't include the chilling time in the cooking time as you will be doing something else.

    Recipe #171473

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