Slave prepared it with its own embellishments which produced some great tasting loose noodles, it just wasn't a “kugel”. So now, faced with a crock pot full of noodles, another closer look at the ingredients showed what I think was the error. Those adjustments were made in the recipe.
Without making the changes, how was slave to know? How would You learn? How would yours come out for your loved ones? Slave wasn't going to guess at that.
So, to make the custard base, a can of evaporated milk was mixed with eggs. This would make a binder. ½ teaspoon of salt was added as well as ¼ cup of sugar. Then for good measure: 1 teaspoon vanilla and ½ teaspoon of cinnamon was whisked into the mixture.
Oven was heated to 350 with a pan of water in there. (always include a pan of water if baking a custard or pudding) A square baking dish was sprayed. The noodles were stirred into the milk mixture and all placed in dish. Now it was allowed to bake for 30 minutes and voila!
What was good became even better and slave now had the chance to show you how to fix a problem!
The recipe below has been corrected and proper adjustments made.
The You Go Girl Kugel!