My friend gave me this recipe… I made it to put in the freezer until I am ready to serve it, but I tasted the corner of it…just to make sure it was good :))) & it is sooo good!
There are so many kugel recipes out there for Passover, & I love kugels. I try to make a new one every year..just to ‘switch it up’ a bit. My family does not really love kugels..but since I am doing the cooking…. I make them. I always have lots of other food for them to eat too! Don’t worry. The list of dishes I have made this year for our seder is long! Plus I am going to make mashed potatoes just to be save in case they don’t want to eat any of the ‘passover specific’ dishes!
Anyway, my friend told me this was good & she was absolutely right! I do not know where she got the recipe from so I can not give credit to the author of it
I made the recipe in a 8×8 foil pan… I did not take my usual pictures of preparing this dish but it is simple…
For those of you who do not celebrate Passover..this recipe is good ..you could use it as a side dish to any meal…the ingredient farfel is small pieces of matzo & available all year round pretty much anywhere Kosher food is sold… I do not know what you could use as a substitute ..make cubes of bread!
I cut this into serving pieces before I froze it. Then after reheating it is ready to put onto a serving plate! Reheat covered…
Here is the recipe
4 -5 apples
1/2 cup oil
1 drop of lemon juice..I just gave 1/2 a lemon a squeeze
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup currants *** I used raisins
12 dried apricots, sliced
2 cups matzo farfel
Grease a 8 x 8 baking dish or casserole dish
Preheat oven to 325f
- Cut the apples into chunks, slice them or grate them. Set aside
- In a bowl, beat the eggs then add all of the other ingredients
- Mix well
- Pour batter into the prepared baking dish
- Bake in the preheated until golden brown
- This freezes well & tastes great!