July 28, 2014
Author: Lila Wachter
Noodle kugel is a traditional Jewish European dish that can be served hot or cold. It is similar to the kugel that my grandfather ate in Poland and it helped remind him of the connection to his past home, especially since he lost most of his family in the Holocaust. (Sophie M, Lila’s granddaughter)
1 12 oz, thin egg noodles
1 grated apple
3 eggs beaten
1 cup sugar
3/4 canola oil
3/4 cup orange juice
3 kbs matzah meal
*I do not add salt*
Boil noodles till tender. When slightly cool, add all ingredients together 9″ pan (spray with pam) Bake at 350 degrees for 3/4 hour or until top of noodles are brown.
Sprinkle top of noodle with a little sugar and cinnamon.
Posted in Baked Goods and Desserts, Side Dishes
Tags: Apple, cinnamon, egg, Kugel, matzah, matzah meal, noodle,oil, orange juice, Passover, pasta, sweet, Workmen's Circle