Zucchini Souffle (Kugel)

Squash souffle

August 4th 2011By Chani Staum

Low Carb and rich!


World’s Best Potato Kugel


August 19th 2010By maxine

Potato Kugel is easy to make and kosher for Passover, it sits well and reheats perfectly for Shabbat or any time.


The Ultimate Jewish Food Reinvented – Amerikaner Yapchik


January 30th 2013By Sarah Klinkowitz


The History of Kugel

Salt and Pepper Noodle Kugel

September 1st 2011By Gil Marks


The Best Kugel Recipes

Butternut Squash Kugel

August 31st 2011By Jamie Geller


Sweet Potato Souffle


Spinach Noodle Kugel

Spinach Noodle Kugel

March 27th 2014By Lisa Horel

Used to be, the neighbors would get together during a Jewish holiday and share kugel. There would always be a variety of sweet kugels, but then there was the rare savory version. Only back then, savory meant merely not adding sugar to a cottage cheese kugel. There were always leftovers that no one would claim. This Spinach Noodle Kugel is savory but full of flavor and will not disappoint. The absence of sugar won’t even cross your mind.


Spinach Mushroom Kugel

Spinach Mushroom Kugel

August 17th 2011By Jamie Geller

Spinach and mushroom kugel is a great way to get your vegetables on Shabbat any time of year.


Spaghetti Squash Yerushalmi Kugel

Spaghetti Squash Yerushalmi Kugel

July 20th 2011By Sharon Matten

What can you make with squash…what can you make with noodles? You have made squash kugel with squash, you have made Yerushalmi kugel with noodles… put the two together and the concept of the Spaghetti Squash Yerushalmi Kugel is born. The initial concept was received with a “hmm…strange…..”. In reality, it’s delicious! The squash really lends itself to the sweet and peppery kugel. The strands have a slightly sweet taste to them and hold up well when baked. When served, our Shabbat guests had to be told it was a squash kugel! They were extremely impressed with this innovative, revolutionary new kugel and it was enjoyed by all – young and old. I guess when you have lemons you make lemonade – or the new adage…when you have extra spaghetti squash you make KUGEL!


Spaghetti Squash Bites

spaghetti squash bites

March 9th 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This is the best recipe to keep on hand for a fun side dish or even a mid-day snack. Creamy and bite size and filled with flavor.


Savory Vegetable and Noodle Kugel

Vegtable and noodle kugel Jewish Cooking

May 3rd 2013By Ruth Joseph

Noodle Kugel gets a makeover with this, a healthier version of an old favorite—baked pasta. Now my grandchildren eat spinach!


Potato Kugel Meat Roll


March 18th 2013By Miriam Pascal

I wish I could take credit for this amazing idea for a twist on Potato Kugel, but that goes to my friend Miriam R., who introduced me to this concept. It’s a fun and unusual take on potato kugel, perfect for a time like Pesach when everyone is bored of “plain old potato kugel.”


Potato Cake with Sweet Shallot Jam and Thyme

Prime Grill Potato Cake

November 4th 2013By Chef David Kolotkin

I am proud to be the chef of a world class kosher establishment and always try to incorporate traditional Jewish recipes with my own twist. I knew my customers loved kugels, but I couldn't serve them a sheet try of sweet noodle kugel. Here is my contemporary version of a traditional kugel.


Pineapple Applesauce Kugel


August 19th 2010By maxine

This recipe works well with a sugar substitue. The other thing I have done, is increase the amount of noodles and taken some of the mixture out before I have added the sugar, then use a substitue for only that small amount. I also make this for Passover by using the pesadic noodles.


Passover Pineapple Kugel

pineapple kugel

February 20th 2013By Joy of Kosher

Pineapple kugel is sweet and tasty and perfect for Passover or any time. Editor's Note: You may need more potato starch, add 1 tbs at a time until the kugel reaches a thick but pourable consistency.


Mom’s Potato Kugel


August 6th 2011By Lesley

This was in my mother's recipe box. I hadn't had potato kugel for a long time (I'm on a diet) but this has mushrooms in it, which I love. So I couldn't pass up trying this - my husband even liked it and he is not wild about mushrooms!


Mini Spinach and Artichoke Kugels

spinach and artichoke mini kugels

January 21st 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD


Leek Onion Noodle Cups

Leek Noodle Cups

August 28th 2014By Sina Mizrahi

Leeks are siman for Rosh Hashanah symbolic that our enemies will be destroyed. Using them with the whole grain egg noodles and turning them into individual kugel cups is the perfect Rosh Hashanah side.


Layered Mushroom Kugel

Layered Mushroom Kugel

July 24th 2011By bitzenkiv

I came up with this recipe to satisfy my love of mushrooms and as a dish that fills my gluten-free needs. I've made this pareve but to make it more decadent use dairy ingredients.


Kigal of Cholent (Kishke)

kugel of cholent

September 29th 2014By ITONOCHEL

So there are lots of ways to make the best Kishke. This Kishkeh is very interesting because it explodes in the pot. Yes, a well-known and problematic phenomenon exists in almost all typical Polish homes. We call it "The kigal of cholent" which is basically a version of kishkeh but without a shell. An important note to those who prepare the "the kigal of cholent", the kigal that requires a lot of water. You must get up at least once during the night and do a silent test of fluid status.