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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!
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.
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!
This has great flavor but is a little dry. Part of it, I think, is that the recipe calls for a 13 X 9" pan which is way too big. I used a 12 x 7 and it was still too big, making to kugel flatter than it should be. I'd try it next time with a 9 X 9" pan so that it's be thicker, with fewer crispy noodles on top and maybe a little moister in the middle.
- maybe 8 oz-
Very good taste. Liked the bits of dried fruit and it was not overwhelmingly sweet either. Can't see why this was classified as a dessert in the community cookbook. It goes much better with meat. This was a nice change from the usual potatokugels that I make. Thanks for posting.