This savory pudding brings comfort home for Friday nights. :) Individual sized portions make serving a cinch. Great for company-style meals or maybe a luncheon! Country Living Magazine. UPDATE: 10/22/2009 - we made this the other evening with low-fat cream cheese and sour cream & I increased the cheddar cheese to 2 1/4 cups with a bit of sharp-cheddar thrown in. :)
Hearty, flavorful, and tasty - what more could you ask for in a kugel? A kugel is a pudding made of starch smoothed out with fat and seasoned with spices. I first started making this for Passover, but now I make it on a regular basis. Lately, I've been blackmailed by friends to make it - "we're only coming over if you have your kugel". Ay. With a prep time of 20minutes, I shouldn't complain. Enjoy!
I studied a year abroad and lunch was the only meal provided. My friends and I made a "dinner club" in order to ensure we ate good food every night. One of the recipes I learned was this cranberry apple cobbler/kugel.
From Sam Eber's family to Kathleen King, owner of Tate's Bake Shop. I found this in the Tate's Bake Shop cookbook. It can be made and then frozen and reheated. It's very rich and delicious.* I just made this and it was very good. It filled the pyrex to the very top so I put it on a cookie sheet with a lip and that was a good thing because butter had come over the side of the Pyrex and accumulated on the cookie sheet. I would use 1 stick of butter next time. The pyrex didn't need to be greased since there was so much butter in the recipe. I used an electric mixer for the egg/cheese mixture before the noodles were added. This is even good cold.