from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A baked pudding of noodles or potatoes, eggs, and seasonings, traditionally eaten by Jews on the Sabbath.
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- n. A baked pudding of rice, pasta, or potatoes with vegetables or raisins and spices; a traditional Jewish dish.
- n. A traditional house ornament made of glass.
- n. An overly materialistic and excessively groomed young woman.
This kugel is the best thing I've ever ingested in my life.
If I'm serving one at dinner, I'll typically serve it warm, but kugel is perfectly acceptable to eat at room temperature.
This spinach kugel is a dairy kugel, though it can be made pareve to serve with meat if you swap out the milk with Mocha Mix and the butter with margarine.
Bake for 60 minutes, until kugel is set and begins to pull away from the sides of the baking dish slightly.
Noodle kugel is basically a casserole type of dish with noodles baked in a sweet or savory sauce.
This kind of kugel with eggs and noodles depends on eggs.
And speaking of kugel, which is to my mind the ultimate comfort food: I make my grandma’s recipe which has brought tears to the eyes of members of the Tribe and goyim alike.
The Hand Heads advert shows two Sandton based 'kugel' women, with superimposed hands instead of heads.
The challenge though is combining the "kugel" with the cheese and ham.
Sadly, I never make this kind of kugel since I’m the only one in my household of two that would eat it — and even for family holidays, no-one in my extended family seems to like or appreciate sweet kugel either.
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