Potato Kugelettes

This old newspaper clipping for a dish called Potato Kugelettes is a smaller portion than the last kugel recipe, and also utilizes a muffin tin to make mini kugel – maybe individual portions would be nice for a dinner party? They sound delicious! Potato Kugelettes 2 cups potatoes, grated and drained 2 eggs 1 onion … Continue reading

Potato Kugel

Proceeding with another Jewish recipe, today we have Potato Kugel. This kugel appears to be a savory casserole type, rather than the more sweet kugel posted a few days ago. Potato Kugel – 350 1 hour Process in food processor: 4 medium potatoes 1-2 carrots 2 stalks celery 1 onion Line colander with cheese cloth, … Continue reading

Passover Kugel

Here’s another Passover dish called Kugel. According to Wikipedia, kugel was traditionally a savory pudding made from egg noodles or potatoes. At some point, different regional tastes created sweet kugel with the addition of sugar and cinnamon. This particular one calls for fruits and nuts. The name comes from the early shape which was a … Continue reading

Tabouli

Having its origin in Lebanon & Syria, tabouli (tabbouleh) is a vegetarian salad that combines minced herbs and soaked bulgar. It’s popular in mediterranean cuisine & had a surge of popularity in America in the late 1970s and early 80s. I remember my mother making this and thinking it was weird. As an adult, I’m … Continue reading

Sour Cream Potato Salad

Clipped from some unknown magazine we find a recipe for Sour Cream Potato Salad. Although there is thankfully an absence of gelatin, this does call for the salad to be packed into a jello mold and chilled. I don’t love potato salad, but my mother used to make a red potato salad that I loved. … Continue reading