Top Rated Potato Kugel Recipes

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Chris Letourneau
Try Potato Kugel from Food.com. - 52359
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Olga Massov
While I didn't grow up eating noodle kugel, potato kugel was always a staple at our house. My mother once said that if she could eat one thing every day, she would gladly eat potato kugel. I don't disagree. A hearty mix of potatoes, onion, and eggs, folded with some flour, makes for a substantive and filling meal. As a Russian, and liking all things potato related (vodka, anyone?), I like to have both latkes and potato kugel at my Hannukah meal. In my mind, there can never be too many potato dishes. This recipe is pretty identical to what we make at home, except I decided to add a little bit of baking powder to give my kugel a little bit of a rise. I was glad I did—the kugel tasted light and airy. Perfect!
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Special to Serious Eats
Note from Arthur Schwartz: All the old recipes for potato kugel come out sort of heavy and gluey, which is not at all the kugel taste of today in New York City. These days, the kugel sold in the take-out shops and delicatessens, not to mention those made at home by modern balabustas, are still full of good onion flavor but they are high and light. What may seem like an inordinate number of eggs is the secret. Some recipes call for baking powder, too, but I've found the baking powder does absolutely nothing and lots of eggs are definitely the ticket to lightness. It also helps to use Russet potatoes, baking potatoes, which were not nearly as available in grandma's day as they are today. Drier Russets produce a fluffier kugel.
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www.epicurean.com
Grate the raw potatoes into water, other wise they will turn brown. Completely drain the water from the potatoes. Add the eggs, salt, pepper and matzo meal to the potatoes (grated onion can also be added). Melt 2 Tbs. chicken fat and add to the ...
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commercecook
Ingredients: 6 large Idaho potatoes, peeled 2 large onions, 1 diced and 1 quartered 4 large eggs, lightly beaten 5 tablespoons oil 2-3 teaspoons salt fresh ground pepper 1/4 cup potato starch 1 cup boiling water 1/4 cup oil Preheat oven to 500 ...
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Aunt Cookie
This is the first recipe I ever prepared on my own...about 19 years ago. I'm not sick of it yet, and it's incredibly easy.
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mandabears
This is a recipe tweak off of a Passover Potato Pancake mix box. I think the carrots, which I usually HATE, add some sweetness to the Kugel. Easy and delicious.
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Campbell's Kitchen
Here's a deliciously different side dish that's great for the holidays, but it's easy enough to make for everyday.<br />
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Tomboy
Delicious served hot with a tossed salad or cold the next day for a picnic! A little work involved in grating the vegies but its a good workout for those arms! lol
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Lizzie Rodriquez
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Patty Mae
I got this recipe from a friend, who got it from her Ukrainian mother. It’s delicious right out of the oven. It’s even better the next day, sliced and toasted or grilled. I serve it with a dollop of sour cream and apple butter on the side.
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baezus
I am looking forward to trying this kugel. All Jamie Geller's recipes are geared to take approximately 15 minutes preparation and are usually quite delicious.
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