Potato Kugel Premium PD Recipe

2014-04-15
Potato Kugel - © ProtectiveDiet.com

Jews believe that eating kugel on the Jewish Sabbath brings special spiritual blessings. I wouldn’t want anyone to miss out on this wonderful tradition due to dietary consciousness. Now we can all enjoy kugel, promote our heath and celebrate special blessings.

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by Robin Fetter on April 18, 2017

    OH MY FREAKIN GOD!!! These were A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!! This was like traditional Kugel minus the guilt!!! This was a HUGE hit with the kids, the hubby, and my jealous neighbors who could smell it down the street but weren’t invited for dinner…lol!!! Thank you for making this recipe a Passover to remember!!!

    PS-I will probably make this pretty often throughout the year!!!

  2. posted by taming on December 31, 2014

    It would still be kosher with whole wheat flour, but not kosher for Passover unless the flour was certified as being kosher for Passover. I may be new to PD, but I am “old” to kosher. :).

    • posted by Julie Marie on January 3, 2015

      Your correct Vicki! It also contains chick pea flour, so if your really practicing this is not allowed either. I will remove Kosher from the title of the recipe. I just named it that to teach where this dish was originated. We have many following a PD who have never heard of Matzo and are simmer up pots of Matzo Balls. Some people who have never even met a Vietnamese person are now charring ginger and serving Pho to their family. PD can be a cultural food experience for some, but I want to be accurate as well. Thanks!

  3. posted by Denise on April 16, 2014

    I grew up next to a Jewish neighborhood and spent a good amount of time in Jewish delis and restaurants. I also spent a summer at the beach with a Jewish family who owned a restaurant. That’s when I really developed a love of Jewish food. I thought that I’d only had kugel with noodles but when I took a bite of this, it immediately took me back to that summer at the beach. It was delicious…and I sure didn’t miss the eggs and fat!

    I loved this plain, both hot and cold. My hubby piled salsa and hot sauce on his. Not exactly traditional, but he was happy!

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