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  Side Dish
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  Yom Tov
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Shalom Bayis Kugel
This is a great kugel that looks spectacular and pleases everyone.
The idea of this kugel is to have 3 favorites in one bite. In order to accomplish this, each kugel needs to be made separately, baking one kugel at a time until all 3 are stacked. Usually the layer on the bottom is kishke, then yerushalmi and then potato. Assemble how you want according to preference.
Potato Kugel:
8 potatoes
5 eggs
1c boiling water
salt and pepper

Yerushalmi Kugel:
1c oil
2c sugar
6 eggs
2 bags fine lukshen

2 pkgs of kishke

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Change up the order depending on how you like it and which you think is the sturdiest.
Comments / Reviews
Your kugel looks really nice. I just have 1 question - why is there so much water added to the potato kugel? Is it an overnight kugel? Is the purpose to bind the 3 kugels?
kpoll, 2011-12-22
Thanks for the recipe. I have been looking for a shalom bayis kugel recipe for over a year.
faye, 2011-12-23
I added the potato kugel recipe.
g87s, 2011-12-30
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