Total Time
45mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

i make this for holidays, goes great with brisket or turkey. we eat this as a side dish, but when i sent this recipe in to be published in a community cookbook they classified it as a dessert

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. preheat oven to 350.
  2. boil noodles, rinse in cold water, set aside.
  3. add remaining ingreds to large bowl and mix well.
  4. add noodles, mix well,.
  5. grease a 13x9 inch baking dish, pour in mixture and bake 30 minutes until top is browned.
Most Helpful

Delicious! This was so tasty and flavorful. I loved the bits of warm dried fruit scattered throughout the dish. This is a much lighter version than other sweet kugels I have tried, but I didn't miss the extra calories one bit. Really tasty and we enjoyed this very, very much. Thanks!

HeatherFeather February 10, 2003

This recipe was OK...I used thin noodles instead of broad noodles because I find kugel holds together better that way. I loved the use of dried fruit (I used a variety of diff. ones) and I followed the other reviewers' advice and used a 9x9 pan and it came out just fine like that- not too dry.
I also sprinkled some corn flake crumbs mixed with cinnamon/sugar on top for a crunchy topping. I will probably make this again as my family seemed to like it.

socialgal November 06, 2010

This was very good! I was looking for a recipe that would make a sweet noodle kugel similar to what I used to have when I worked at a kosher food market many years ago. I know back then it was out of the freezer, but where I live now you can't find much for kosher frozen food products. I remembered that the one we had was pareve, so I thought I would give this one a whirl. I didn't use the full pound of noodles, and used a smaller pan as was recommended in a previous review-- it came out fairly close to what I remembered! Thanks!

lareine27 January 24, 2010