Wednesday, December 26, 2018

What Should I have for Dinner? Try this Jewish Noodle Pudding Recipe



What should I eat for dinner; your dinner question tonight. Make this easy noodle pudding in a jiffy. You can eat alone or share it with family and friends.

Pudding is a type of food that can be either a dessert or a savory dish.

Noodle pudding is welcoming on a cold winter day. You can cut it in its baking dish and serve it in wedges, or run a knife around it and turn it out like a cake. If you have any left over, you can wrap it in foil and heat it in a toaster oven, or microwave uncovered slices on a plate. No stress!


1 pound wide noodles 
1 quart buttermilk 
4 eggs 
1/2 cup sugar (or less) 
1/4 teaspoon salt 
1/8 (2 tablespoons) butter or margarine 


1) Cook noodles in salted water till tender; drain well. 

2) Beat eggs until fluffy. 

3) Melt butter or margarine and add to noodles. 

4) Add sugar, eggs, salt, and buttermilk. Mix well. 

5) Turn into buttered 9 x 13 greased pan. 

6) Cover and bake 45 minutes at 350°. 


1/2 cup brown sugar 
2 tablespoons melted margarine 
1/2 cup cornflake crumbs (This is the best brand I purchased online) 
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 

1) Mix all ingredients and sprinkle on top of noodle pudding.

2) Cover and bake 30 minutes or more.

3) Let set 5–10 minutes before cutting. 

Noodle pudding reheating tip:

Slice it single-serving cuts before reheating.


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Did you know?

The saying, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating", dates back to at least the 14th century. The saying means that “you can only say something is a success after it has been tried out or used”. 

The phrase is widely attributed to the Spanish author Cervantes in his novel The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote. The phrase is often incorrectly stated as "the proof is in the pudding.”


Miriam Lerner Satz. 2003. Heirloom Cookbook: Recipes Handed Down by Jewish Mothers and Modern Recipes from Daughters and Friends (Adult Interest). Kar-Ben Publishing. ISBN-10: 158013095X

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