Lokshen kugel is Yiddish for "noodle pudding". This food originated in Eastern Europe and has been popular with Ashkenazi Jews.[1]


The main ingredient in lokshen kugel is cooked broad noodles. Cheese, raisins, egg, salt, cinnamon, sugar, sour cream, and butter (or margarine) are other common components of lokshen kugel. The ingredients are put in a casserole and baked.

Some people choose to add other types of fruits to sweeten the flavor of the pudding.


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