Caramelized Onion Sriracha Potato Kugel Casserole

Potato Kugel Casserole with Caramelized Onions and Sriracha! Oh my!Caramelized Onion Sriracha Potato Kugel

I received the following text from my roommate on Rosh Hashanah. “Is this the holiday where you eat and drink wine or fast? If it’s the former, I’m in, if it’s the latter, you’re on your own.” That got me thinking a bit about Jewish holidays. It’s either feast (Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Passover, Sukkot) or fast (Tish B’Av, Yom Kippur). Or fast and then eat a huge meal. Either way, food is the center of most celebrations.

Caramelized Onion Sriracha Potato Kugel

What did y’all have at your break fast last week? Ours wouldn’t be the same without Bubbe’s potato kugel. With it’s crispy top and fluffy base, no wonder this was a break fast staple. When it came time to recreate Bubbe’s famous kugel, I took the traditional onions and caramelized them for extra sweetness, and added Sriracha for heat! Oh boy did I!

Check out The Jewish Week for the full Caramelized Onion Sriracha Potato Kugel Casserole recipe!

Caramelized Onion Sriracha Potato Kugel

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  1. Looks great, Amy! Potatoes never get old!

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