Lokshen (noodle) kugel is the most famous of all Jewish puddings—a satisfying casserole of noodles and cottage cheese, lightly sweetened with sugar, tart with sour cream, perfumed with vanilla, and graced with grated apples. I’ve drastically slashed the butter from the recipe I grew up on and yet I think you’ll find this kugel brimming with richness and flavor. Serve it as a light dairy entrée, side dish, or even dessert.
362 CALORIES PER SERVING; 17 G PROTEIN; 3 G FAT; 1 G SATURATED FAT; 65 G CARBOHYDRATE; 435 MG SODIUM; 54 MG CHOLESTEROL
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