Well, enough of the history. This is was the first Kosher dish that I've ever tried to make and I have to tell you that it probably won't be my last. It tasted like a breakfast version of bread pudding. It's a very healthy dish and it's really up to you as to how sweet you want to make it. The apple, raisin, and cinnamon give it a mildly sweet and tart flavor. I added a little pure maple syrup to add to the sweetness and complexity of this dish.
3 cups milk
3 cups water
¼ cup butter
2 green apples, unpeeled, diced small
1 cup dark or golden raisins
2 tbsp cinnamon
optional: sugar or honey to taste (I actually used pure maple syrup)
Salt to taste
1 pound box Osem Whole Wheat Farfel
- Bring all but last ingredient to boil in a medium saucepan.
- Reduce the flame to medium, and stir in the farfel.
- Cook covered about 5 minutes. If you like it thinner, thin with a little water or milk. Serve hot.