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If you love broccoli, try our Broccoli Kugel.

Broccoli Kugel

If you love broccoli, try our Broccoli Kugel.
If you love broccoli, try our Broccoli Kugel.
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Potato kugel pizza anyone?  Love this Passover dish from last year.

Potato Kugel Pizza

Potato kugel pizza anyone? Love this Passover dish from last year.
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Basically a massive hash brown with profoundly crispy edges, steamy-soft insides and the…

Potato Kugel Skillet

Basically a massive hash brown with profoundly crispy edges, steamy-soft insides and the show-stealing complement to breakfast eggs, a dinner roast or fancy party things like crème fraîche and caviar (yessss). It's also totally Passover-legit, and always welcome.
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Change it up a little this Passover with a Cheesy Potato and Parsnip Kugel!

Potato And Parsnip Kugel With Gruyere Cheese

Change it up a little this Passover with a Cheesy Potato and Parsnip Kugel!
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Spiralized Potato and Fennel Kugel

Spiralized Potato And Fennel Kugel

Spiralized Potato and Fennel Kugel
Spiralized Potato and Fennel Kugel
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A sure fire winner from @marthastewart. Here you go folks.......this is a potato kugel gratin that…

Potato Kugel Gratin

A sure fire winner from @marthastewart. Here you go folks.......this is a potato kugel gratin that can be served as a wonderful, warm and cozy side dish for either your passover meal or easter meal. I had to tweek the recipe a bit in the GOE test kitchen but it turned out as delish as it looks.
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Putting together next week's Passover menu. A twist on the traditions matzo kugel by including…

Spinach, Artichoke And Roasted Red Pepper Matzo Kugel

Putting together next week's Passover menu. A twist on the traditions matzo kugel by including artichokes, spinach and roasted red pepper.
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Pecan Pie is adorable and all, but Candied Pecan Noodle Kugel is what I'm thankful for this year.

Candied Pecan Noodle Kugel

Pecan Pie is adorable and all, but Candied Pecan Noodle Kugel is what I'm thankful for this year.
Pecan Pie is adorable and all, but Candied Pecan Noodle Kugel is… read more>

A Note From Julie Resnick

Pecan Pie meets kugel! We love this twist of the classic kugel and the candied pecans are a really nice touch.
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noodle kugel: This is the kugel you have been dreaming about. One bite, and you will be…

Noodle Kugel

noodle kugel: This is the kugel you have been dreaming about. One bite, and you will be uncontrollably dancing the hora all night long! What sets it apart is the heavenly topping: Covered in a crispy cinnamon-sugar cornflake crust, it perfectly complements the rich, creamy custard below. Similar to bread pudding, this classic Jewish dish uses milk and eggs, but also adds sour cream and cottage cheese giving it an extra-silky smooth texture and delicate flavor. Sweetened with raisins, cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla, this casserole could almost fit in the dessert category, but is usually served with dinner as a side, pleasing every child… and inner-child at the table.
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Fried Shallot Potato Kugel

A Note From Julie Resnick

We love this recipe because it guarantees a crispy kugel by cleverly heating oil in the baking dish first and adding the potatoes after, creating a crispy exterior, and creamy middle.
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