Is kugel a dessert or side dish?
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Hereof, what do you eat with Kugel?
Noodle kugel is a casserole of noodles bathed in a creamy, buttery, and sweet sauce then baked until soggy, crispy, or a combination of both. It sounds like dessert, but this Jewish dish is staunchly savory (well, at least it's served with the main course).
Secondly, what holiday is Kugel for? Kugel is a Jewish casserole-style dish typically enjoyed on Jewish holidays, made with either potatoes or noodles in sweet or savory varieties.
Similarly, it is asked, is Kugel served warm or cold?
The kugel can be served warm or cold. It's delicious on its own or jazzed up with a dollop of fresh whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Can you eat kugel on Passover?
Passover Potato Kugel. Kugel is a quintessentially Jewish dish that is best described as a baked pudding. During the Passover holiday, noodles and sweets take a back seat to dairy-free and flour-free potato kugels, which are served alongside other holiday classics like brisket, roast chicken and matzo ball soup.