While I'm personally not a big fan of Apple Kugel (is it a dessert or a side dish?), I do really enjoy eating it during Passover. Something about the bland and heavy feeling of Passover food makes Apple Kugel a welcome Pesach dish.

Potato Kugel, moist on the inside and crispy on the outside, is a staple of Eastern European Jewish cooking. While there are many variations of potato kugel (which add carrots, zucchini, garlic...), this Basic Potato Kugel recipe is still my favorite.

It's 5 p.m. on Friday. The Jewish Sabbath starts in two hours. My 16-year-old daughter walks in from the beach, and tells me she has to take a kugel to the potluck Shabbat dinner she is having with friends. I open up my freezer to find a bag of frozen bro ...

While many carrot kugels are really carrot cake in disguise, this Carrot Kugel has a definite kugel quality about it. The flavor of this honey-sweetened kugel is dominated by carrots and complemented by lemon rind. The egg whites add a light touch. Bake t ...

This carrot kugel tastes like carrot cake, which makes it a wonderful sweet side dish for Rosh Hashanah. And since it is so simple to prepare, it will add to your holiday meal without adding to your holiday workload. Your guests, especially the children, ...

This cholent kugel looks and tastes like kishke, but it consists of flour, oil, onions and spices. Simply mix the ingredients, form a loaf, and place on top of the hot <a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/sabbathcooking/r/cholent_veg.htm">cholent</a>. ...

This sweet kugel can be prepared a day in advance and baked the day of the meal. What this kugel lacks in our modern definition of "lightness", it makes up for in old-fashioned Jewish food flavor. Serve with baked salmon and Israeli salad for an easy-to-p ...

Noodles and spinach make a delicious and healthy kugel. And <a href="http://www.manischewitz.com/noodlesandsauceproducts.html">Kluski</a> noodles gives this kugel an especially hearty taste and satisfying texture. We were introduced to this kugel by our f ...

This uniquely-flavored savory kugel, of caramelized noodles spiced with black pepper, was brought to the city of Jerusalem by Eastern European Hasidic Jews in the eighteenth century. Thus the kugel is called Kugel Yerushalmi, which means Jerusalem Kugel. ...

Potato Kugel is a staple of Eastern European Jewish cooking. For a low fat, reduced carb version, try this Lite Potato Kugel recipe. It contains fewer egg yokes and no oil.

This is one of those Passover recipes doesn't taste like a Passover recipe. An added plus is that this kosher-for-Passover, Dairy Noodle Kugel can be made in advance and frozen.

While this parve Onion Kugel is amazingly tasty, you have to be motivated to make it - unless you are one of those fortunate few who don't mind chopping onions. Once you get past the onions, the rest of the recipe is simple as pie.

My sister-in-law emailed me this recipe for Passover Cottage Cheese Kugel. She wrote that a friend brought this delicious kugel to her house, and "everyone raved about it." It is a tasty way to end the holiday and an easy way to get rid of leftover matzo. ...

This Gluten-Free, Kosher-for-Passover Spinach Noodle Kugel will wow everyone at your Seder meal. Your family will also be happy to have this kugel throughout Passover week. The best thing about this kugel is that it doesn't taste like a Passover dish. The ...

The layer of mushrooms and onions in the middle adds a festive touch to this pareve, kosher-for-Passover Potato Kugel.

For a lighter and different potato kugel, add zucchini to the recipe. This Potato Zucchini Kugel is moist on the inside, crispy on the outside and delicious all around.

Instead of throwing away that leftover spaghetti, make a Spaghetti Kugel. This recipe basically substitutes spaghetti for thin noodles in a traditional Jerusalem Kugel. This is a great kugel to serve when you have lots of kids coming over for Shabbat kidd ...

This Spinach Kugel is the perfect dish to serve for Sabbath meals during the week of Passover.

This Spinach Noodle Kugel makes a nice side dish for the Sabbath or holiday table. The fresh spinach and onions give it an old-fashioned, wholesome taste. The fresh ingredients also make this an economical dish.