I have been waiting for what seems like forever to share this deliciousness! It was only within the last few weeks that I started working on this recipe, but when something is this tasty I just want to shout out the recipe from the rooftops. I have made this gluten free potato kugel gratin 3 times in the course of the last week; I have shared it with our friends, fed it to my family for all 3 meals in the day, and seriously considered making it a fourth time just so my house could smell that delectable again. Can someone please develop a potato kugel potpourri? I am not even kidding!
Another reason I am so excited is that I am sharing this recipe as a part of Tori Avey’s Passover Potluck today! I first met Tori last year at a quaint little blogger gathering here in LA where I had the pleasure of sitting next to her for the entire afternoon. She is literally one of the nicest, most genuine people I have ever met and I am so lucky to now call her my friend.
I announced a few months ago on B&B that I was going to start tracing my heritage and really learn where I come from. For most people starting a journey like this one is pretty easy, you simply ask your family questions about your ancestors and your heritage. Since I am adopted it is a bit more difficult. There are legal forms, court systems, and lots and lots of waiting! I decided in January that my first step was going to be to take an Ancestry DNA test and see what regions of the world my DNA can be traced back to. It took a little over 8 weeks, but when I received my results I was beyond excited to see that a percentage of my DNA can be traced back to Jewish decent. All together I have 9 ethnicity’s and cultures to explore that make up my own personal DNA and I fully intend to dig deep into each and every one of them! So, a big thanks to Tori for the jump start on this new project of mine.
To see how I use only 10 simple ingredients to make this delicious Passover dish and for more amazing Passover Potluck recipes head over to Tori Avey’s site!