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This was the first time I've ever made Kugel. It was a fine start! It was just for 2 people, so I halved everything but the worcestershire and hot sauce. Changes I made: no dried basil added fresh parsley used red pepper instead of green use vegetarian worcestershire All in all a pretty fabulous dish. Thanks for getting me off to a great start. Hopefully, I'll be able to upload the picture.
We SO enjoyed this for tonight's dinner: delicious! I always approach kugel recipes as fair game: an opportunity to vary what I throw in and what I omit according to the whim of the moment. It was a while since I'd made kugel so I approached making this dish with considerable enthusiasm. I made a few changes because of personal taste preferences and a few additions because I love the additional ingredients. I omitted the hot pepper sauce and used only 1/2 teaspoon of worcestershire sauce (we have almost zero tolerance of anything hot and spicy), I doubled the garlic and I added an onion and one leek: just love the combination of onions, garlic and leek. I also added a cup of thinly sliced mushrooms. I added basil and oregano (as in the ingredients list) but also added rosemary, sage and thyme. I used low-fat cottage cheese and low-fat sour cream as I find that low-fat versions of these makes no appreciable difference to the final dish. Once all the ingredients had been combined, I added two eggs - as eggs have featured in most other kugel recipes I've made. I baked the kugel in several smaller dishes as two were destined for the freezer. I look forward to making this again - probably quite differently next time. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Oolala! Made for Revised Bargain Basement.
One of the first things I searched for on Zaar was a savory noodle kugel, so I was thrilled to find this one. Though the recipe made an interesting pasta dish, every kugel I've ever had was more of a custard style dish held together by some eggs, and this was a more loose noodle dish. I did make a couple of changes but I don't think that sticking to the original would have made changed the overall resutls. I couldn't find spinach noodles, so I stuck with all egg noodles. I also left out the hot pepper sauce and bell peppers (I really don't like either), and was out of scallions, but I used mushrooms & onions in their place. I think that anyone looking for a sour cream style noodle dish might really like this, it just wasn't what I was shooting for.