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  20 minutes
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We got this recipe from a Chassidish woman about 40 years ago and we're still making it.
400 gm. thin noodles
1/2 cup oil
1 cup sugar
4 eggs
1 teaspoon alt
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon sweet paprika
1/8 teaspoon hot paprika

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Recipe makes 2 kugels of about 12 slices each.
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"slice into thirds horizontally and in fourths vertically" This is an unusual way to slice Kugel. Please explain exactly what this means?
vera, 2013-11-10
What does letting it sit for an hour do???
janetb, 2013-11-10
Vera, I have a feeling the cutting instructions just meant -- cut it into squares. North/South, East/West on a flat sheet.
heimish1990, 2013-11-11
To answer all of your questions: 1. Letting it sit allows the flavors to be absorbed better into the noodles. 2. The cutting: This is the way a Yerushalayim kugel is cut for a Kiddush so that the slices are pie shaped and uniform. But, you must bake it in a deep pot or pan. Alternately, cut it the way you like!
sheila, 2013-11-11
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