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    This noodle kugel is what my mom makes every Shabbos. It's amazing and fairly easy to make. Note: It is best to make the night before and put in the refrigerator. The next day slice with a knife, then reheat in the oven.

    Recipe #288559

    This is a classic Israeli/Sephardic dish. In hebrew Le'Shakshek means "to shake," after you see the finished product you'll understand why it is named this. This is a very easy dish to make and is extremely good for a college student's budget. This is a classic food that always reminds me of Israel. I scoured the internet one night looking for a good recipe and after a lot of experimentation found my favorite recipe. Most of the recipes I found make a lot, but I only needed for one serving, so this just that. In the recipe I say to use a third of a 28 oz can of tomatoes. I personally like more tomatoes, but obviously you can change the recipe according to your tastes, try using only half of the can. I also don't like onions, so I only put very little in, chopped finely. Good Luck and Bete'avon!

    Recipe #288557


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