4 Reviews

I have always thought that matzoh kugel is dry and pretty tasteless. This was just wonderful! It was moist and sweet, and just delicious. This will become a regular dish at our Passover.

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krista m. April 13, 2011

Fantastic is right. Loved the flavors of this Kugel. Delicous. Made for Kugelthon 2010.

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MomLuvs6 May 28, 2010

Ah yes, moist, sweet, a little tart from the cranberries. Perfect for Pesach and I have already noted it down for next year. Made it just as stated and will also try it with other dried fruits (plums, apples, pears and so on). When uncovered the kugel needed 25 minutes to set properly. Thanks for posting. Made for Kugelthon, 2010.

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Chef Dudo May 16, 2010

I made this last night for an Executive Committee dinner at our synagogue and it was a big hit. The kugel was moist and delicious. I used the cherry craisins which added a sweet/tart taste. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly. I was asked for the recipe many times. I have always made a sweet kugel that my mother made on Pesach, but this kugel will now become the one that is associated with me!!! Thanks for the delicious treat.

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Adie April 06, 2007
Fantastic Apple-Cranberry Apricot Matzoh Kugel!