Swiss Cheese Kugel

Swiss Cheese Kugel created by  Pamela

This is a tradition in our family. It is easy, and everyone devours it. It even freezes well.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Add onion juice, Worcestershire, margarine, salt, pepper and Swiss cheese to noodles and mix well.
  • Add sour cream and mix thoroughly.
  • Pour into ungreased 9x9-inch baking dish and top with bread crumbs.
  • Drizzle melted margarine over the crumbs.
  • Bake for 1 hour.
  • Note: Use a 9x13-inch dish for a double recipe.
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  1. Tammy B.
    I made mine a little different, considering that all the noodles I had were 3 packs of Top Ramen. I used like 1/3 of the sour cream and 2/3 of the cheese, mostly swiss, but also a pizza or Mexican mix that I had in the fridge. Not because I wanted to cut down on the calories, but because I didn't have the recommended amount. Also, I didn't have the onion and garlic juice (who has that stuff anyway?!) and there wasn't any Worcestershire sauce in the closet, either, so I used the little packets that the Ramen came with. I completely forgot the salt and pepper, but no one noticed and I used the olive oil version of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, instead of the butter. For the topping, I used Panko, a type of crispy Japanese bread crumbs, that I bought a ridiculously huge amount of at Costco for a ridiculously low price. Then I sprinkled what I had left of shredded parmesan and baked it for an hour as stated in the recipe. The so called Kugel came out wonderful! It had a light crispiness all over and my family loved it; including the cats.
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  2. Tammy B.
    I made mine a little different, considering that all the noodles I had were 3 packs of Top Ramen. I used like 1/3 of the sour cream and 2/3 of the cheese, mostly swiss, but also a pizza or Mexican mix that I had in the fridge. Not because I wanted to cut down on the calories, but because I didn't have the recommended amount. Also, I didn't have the onion and garlic juice (who has that stuff anyway?!) and there wasn't any Worcestershire sauce in the closet, either, so I used the little packets that the Ramen came with. I completely forgot the salt and pepper, but no one noticed and I used the olive oil version of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, instead of the butter. For the topping, I used Panko, a type of crispy Japanese bread crumbs, that I bought a ridiculously huge amount of at Costco for a ridiculously low price. Then I sprinkled what I had left of shredded parmesan and baked it for an hour as stated in the recipe. The so called Kugel came out wonderful! It had a light crispiness all over and my family loved it; including the cats.
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  3.  Pamela
    Swiss Cheese Kugel Created by  Pamela
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  4.  Pamela
    I made this as part of the Pick-a-Kugel event. I thought it was pretty good but DH and the kids did not care for it. I like the fact that this can be frozen and it will make a nice addition to my collection of OAMC recipes. Thanks for posting! :)
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  5. Michelle S.
    oh yum! My first savory kugel and I loved it! I agree with the other reviewers that it was very rich, but that can be a good thing too! I was about 1/2 c short on the Swiss Cheese so I added a 1/2 c. sharp Cheddar. I will most definitely make this again, it is easy to put together and tastes wonderful!
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