26 Jul


Cooking Teacher: Aunt Paule (aka AP)

Location: Her home in Santa Barbara

Dish : Kugel ( which is a baked Jewish pudding or casserole, similar to a pie, most commonly made from egg noodles or potatoes, though at times made of zucchini, apples, spinach, broccoli, cranberry, or sweet potato. It is usually served as a side dish on Shabbat and Yom Tov.

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Learning my dear Aunt Paule’s famous Kugel dish was not only an informative cooking lesson (tip of the day, always use FULL FAT ingredients when making this dish) but also a delightful way to spend the afternoon. We laughed, shared stories and ate a delicious but very fattening dish together (with no shame ).

Cooking can be fun! Especially when you are learning from the people you love.


Ingredients :

1 package of egg noodles

2 eggs

1 pint of cottage cheese

1 tbs of melted butter

2 tbs sugar

raisins ( to taste)

cinnamon ( to taste )

Directions :

Cook noodles

Then the mix eggs, cottage cheese, butter, sugar, raisins and cinnamon in bowl then add the cooked noodles in.

Place mixture in buttered casserole dish and bake for 1/2 hour @ 350 – 375


5 Responses to “347”

  1. G & G July 26, 2011 at 8:26 am #

    Excellent….Bring some to lunch on wednesday if there’s any left… We’ll be happy to have one of our favorite deserts made by you… xxxoooxo G & G

    Maybe you and Paule will open up a take out and home deliverykugel business.


  1. 198 « - December 22, 2011

    […] my car driving to see them all. I also have to make my first holiday Kugel for a party on Monday. Aunt Paule called me to ask if I felt ready to make this year’s holiday Kugel and I took the challenge. […]

  2. 193 « - December 27, 2011

    […] figure out the family connections. A blended family to say the least. This was also the party that Aunt Paule asked me to make her Kugel for and I was a touch nervous. It’s a big deal to be passed the […]

  3. 190 « - December 30, 2011

    […] day after serving my amazing Kugel at the holiday party, I received this email from Aunt Paule- dearest,  i finally got on the kugel blog……..i think your mom sent it to me a week or […]

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