REGULER KUGEL OR OVERNIGHT KUGEL??

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    CHOOSID
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    I want to make a kugel(gotta use those potatoes)but im not sure…should i make it reguler kugel and eat it today or an overnight kugel?Is there a way to make the overnight kugel taste without it being cooked overnight?

    #1962023
    Toi
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    And here I thought we’d get a good thread, and then it was just more dumb questions.

    #1962024
    MosheFromMidwood
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    The overnight kugel has a special, delicious taste but if it’s not for you, then don’t do it. You can make a regular kugel and keep it warm by leaving it on the blech away from the heat. It still won’t taste like fresh out of the over but different from overnight

    #1962028
    ujm
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    How do they taste differently?

    #1962061
    CHOOSID
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    This is a very good question!!! Not all questions have to be about politics!!!

    #1962058
    CHOOSID
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    Toi,this is a very good question! Ujm, they taste different cuz regular kugels more bland and overnight has a more juicy flavorful geshmakeh’ taste!

    #1962059
    CHOOSID
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    Réguler kugel is blander overnight kugels more flavorful

    #1962083
    Yserbius123
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    If it’s not wrapped in foil and warmed overnight in the cholent, just cook it regularly.

    #1962108
    BaltimoreMaven
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    My wife has a recipe for potato kugel that tastes like overnight. Somehow she puts a lot of oil in the pan so it sort of fries while cooking. Anyways we put half in the cholent to cook overnight. Or you can make a yaptchick.

    #1962115
    Git Meshige
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    Overnight Kugels have a more tatsy and juicy flavor to it. They typically are more oily and sit heavier on the stomach after all said is done. The best way to do it, if you have an oven that has a shabbos mode, set it to 230, stick it in the oven right before shabbos and shabbos morning you will wake up to the most lovely aroma in the house

    #1962118
    ywnjudy
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    I don’t think i ever made potato kugel in my life. Just Shabbos crockpot chicken and tri-color potatoes (surrounding a whole onion).

    As for Pesach, before Y”T i make over 30 potato-veggie latkes which are YUM containing potato, sauteed onion/celery, turnip, carrots, parsnip, zucini. And on Shabbos-Pesach i keep the chicken-plus-latke, lidded-frying-pan, along with veg-soup pot, on the blech near the gas, though not above it.

    #1962429
    CHOOSID
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    So a lot of oil makes it overnight?

    #1962463
    Dr. E
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    I am wondering if anyone has ever tried to do a shlissel potato kugel for this coming Shabbos and whether I should make it overnight or not.

    #1962443
    commonsaychel
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    @choosid, dont know if a lot of oil makes it overnight, but i do know a lot stupid comments makes you a troll

    #1962471
    Withheld
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    CR is all about stupid comments.

    #1962602
    yudel
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    Cook for 1 hour at 450f
    Add 1 cup of watee
    Civee tight w alu.inum foil.
    Cook at 350 f 4for 1 hour
    Overnight kugel

    #1962787
    CHOOSID
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    What’s a troll?

    #1962810
    commonsaychel
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    Whats a overnight kugel?

    #1963177
    CHOOSID
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    What’s common saychel?

    #1963355
    Reb Eliezer
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    Cooked potatoes or raw potatoes?

    #1963446
    commonsaychel
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    What’s Choosid

    #1963587
    CHOOSID
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    A follower of the Holy Baal Shem Tov HaKodesh

    #1963597
    CHOOSID
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    Is there over night yerushalmi kugel?

    #1963794
    CHOOSID
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    I heard kugel is bought down in the Gemara, does anyone know where?

    #1964628
    CHOOSID
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    Kugel Min Hatorah Minayin?

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