Potato and Steak Overnight Kugel Aka Yapchik

You don't have to leave this overnight but it works really well if you choose to do so. This is also known as a yapchik, which is basically a potato kugel covering either flanken or a swiss steak. If you prefer no bones, definitely go with the swiss steak which is very tender and delicious and not an expensive cut. I use this recipe for my kugel minus sauteing the onion [Recipe 71313] .

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  • Saute the onion well on your stovetop (do not burn).
  • Transfer to a baking dish (I use a foil pan) and add steak with 2 tablespoons of oil. Bake at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes, covered.
  • Transfer the raw kugel to the hot pan, taking care to pour the entire kugel to hide the meat .Uncover and return to the oven.
  • Bake until well browned. If leaving overnight keep in a 250 degree oven or on the hot plate covered.
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"You don't have to leave this overnight but it works really well if you choose to do so. This is also known as a yapchik, which is basically a potato kugel covering either flanken or a swiss steak. If you prefer no bones, definitely go with the swiss steak which is very tender and delicious and not an expensive cut. I use this recipe for my kugel minus sauteing the onion [Recipe 71313] ."
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  1. joyofkosher.com
    I have never had a steak kugel - so it is instead of a cholent? <br/><br/>Tamar <br/>Editor<br/>http://joyofkosher.com
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  2. scancan
    You don't have to leave this overnight but it works really well if you choose to do so. This is also known as a yapchik, which is basically a potato kugel covering either flanken or a swiss steak. If you prefer no bones, definitely go with the swiss steak which is very tender and delicious and not an expensive cut. I use this recipe for my kugel minus sauteing the onion [Recipe 71313] .
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