Kugel is a casserole of noodles drenched in an egg mixture. When it is done, you will be introduced to a savory meal that also has sweetness to it. It is usually baked in a casserole dish, but this recipe calls for it to be baked in a pie tin.
Blintz is a Yiddish term meaning small pancake. These have been eaten in Jewish homes for hundreds of years. This version is very basic and served plain. Some people like to serve them with different fruit toppings and you may want to experiment.
My mom made these patties when we had leftover salmon from dinner. They are delicious served on a toasted English muffin!
Yom Kippur Resources
Chosen People Ministries offers you some wonderful resources to help you better understand the Rosh Hashanah and the other High Holidays.
High Holiday Booklet
A Jewish believer in Jesus examines the festivals of Leviticus 23, their history, their present celebration in the synagogue and home, and their prophetic fulfillment. In Leviticus 23 God presents seven annual sacred feasts of Israel. At first this passage seems to simply list Israel’s holy days, but the more one studies the Bible, both the Old and New Testaments, the more one realizes that this passage is more than just a list of holy days; it is actually an outline of God’s calendar from eternity to eternity. Israel’s Holy Days in Type and Prophecy is a brief but thorough review. By Daniel Fuchs.
Israel’s three most significant biblical festivals – Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot – are examined in full, including a look at their biblical roots, their celebration in the time of Messiah, and by Jewish people today. The Fall Feasts of Israel is an invaluable guide to help you understand these wonderful biblical festivals as well as their significance for your spiritual life as a believer in Messiah, whether Jew or Gentile.