Mini Potato Kugels

Potato Kugels for Passover
Potato Kugels for Passover
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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
2 tbsp Vegetable oil for greasing
8-10 Potatoes peeled and grated
2 Yellow onions peeled and grated
4 Eggs beaten
⅓ cup Vegetable oil
1 tsp Salt
Black pepper to taste

Nutritional information

360
Calories
15.4g
Fat
48.3g
Carbohydrates
8.9g
Protein
109mg
Cholesterol
447mg
Sodium
Ingredients

Mini Potato Kugels

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These Mini Potato Kugels are traditionally eaten by Jewish people on Shabbat and other special religious festivals such as Passover and Hanukkah, although, in Israel, you can find them everyday! Originating from Jewish homes in Germany about 800 years ago, this combination of grated potato, onion, eggs and lots-of-oil gets baked in the oven and turn out crispy and divine!

To make Mini Potato Kugels, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Mini Potato Kugels

Steps to make Mini Potato Kugels

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5

Preheat oven

Preheat the oven to 350 °F and use 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil to generously grease a muffin tray or line with paper liners.

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2

Combine potatoes and onions

In a mixing bowl, toss 10 peeled and grated potatoes and 2 peeled and grated onions and combine well.

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Done
5

Add kugel mixture

Add 4 beaten eggs, ⅓ cup of vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon of salt and 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper and mix until well combined. Transfer and fill the individual muffin tins.

4
Done
55

Bake

Bake in the preheated oven for 45-55 minutes until the top becomes golden brown and crispy.

5
Done

Serve

Serve hot and enjoy!

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Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.9)
Total Reviews: 14
Susanna Kulach

Put some cheese on the inside if you want to make it ULTRA tasty!

Samiyah Blossman

Didn't add onions because onions and added some garlic instead,much more my thang.

Tianna Denhoed

Great recipe, couldn't ask for anything better, gonna make these again, thx.

Mayra Hosking

Fantastic recipe, the fact that it's a Jewish traditional meal makes it even more so! Very cool and delicious, i'll be trying a lot more.

Clover Housley

I used this to prank my kids for April fools day actually because they look like little cupcakes, so i put them in cupcake holders, smeared some sourcream on the top and added some cheese to make it look like white chocolate shreddings and they fell for it :)

Angelique Lien

Potato muffins is what these should be called! They are so adorable and taste as good as they look.

Betty Rasp

Everything cracked after cooking it, didn't look like the photos at all but was still edible enough to eat though I had to use a fork.

Ivory Gupte

Can't say these are good for dinner since they ARE actually mini, but they are absolutely perfect as a side dish or something to serve at an event.

Guadalupe Thermitus

Would totally recommend making these if you're a fan of hashbrowns, these remind me of them so much and honestly taste great.

Rebeca Stedman

Going to say that this is the coolest creation ive ever seen even though mine turned out to be more oval shaped, i love these little potato kugels.

Jovie Kerkemeyer

Jewish kugels are my new favorites after making these, i shared some with my grandma who happens to be Jewish and she said this reminded her of something her dad used to make, so i'm very proud of myself lol.

Keila Mabary

Bookmarked this website just because there is so much yummy looking things that i want to try and this was the first one. It turned out too good!!

Frida Zaremba

Good recipe, easy to make and quite filling for those with a small stomach like myself, can't say the same for my husband though, lol!

Athina

I love these potato kugels!

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