Savory & Fried - 4 Hanukkah Recipes *Giveaway*

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Sweet Potato Latkes with Brie and Baby Arugula

It’s that time of year when deep frying is practically a mitzvah! So even if you usually avoid deep-fried foods, I say go with the flow and embrace the customs of the holiday.  You’ve got eight guilt-free nights to savor these sizzling delights—it would almost be a sin not to.

Caraway Noodle Pancake

Caraway Noodle Cakes with Red Cabbage

These Scandinavian-inspired noodle pancakes are crispy and crunchy on the outside, soft and yummy on the inside.
To make these perfect pancakes you will need 4 (3 ½-inch) ring molds.

Dairy Egg Rolls

Spicy Mexican Egg Rolls

I love egg rolls—and egg rolls love me! Now that egg roll wrappers are on the market, anybody can wrap and roll ‘em. This, my latest version, evokes a creamy, cheesy, Mexican-style baked potato.

Vegetable Tempura

Vegetable Tempura

I routinely order tempura at Japanese restaurants, and I always wanted to know how to make it at home. Now that I’ve
figured it out, I want to share the secrets to terrific tempura with you!

Sweet Potato Latkes with Brie and Baby Arugula

Sweet Potato Latkes with Brie and Baby Arugula

I recently enjoyed the most amazing Blue Cheese and Arugula Pizza at a new restaurant in Brooklyn. Couldn’t stop dreaming about it—and this superb latke is the inspired result. Use blue cheese (for a tangy, bold, sweet and sour flavor) or brie (for a milder, creamy effect) and finish it off with a drizzle of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and freshly ground black pepper.

***Giveaway***

Gili's Goodies is giving one lucky winner a Shabbat Gift Platter to be sent to anyone in Israel.  This is a unique gift which can be used for Shabbat, Holiday or any occasion. A ceramic serving dish containing assorted nuts, assorted dried fruits and assorted chocolates. This comes with a FRESH BAKED Gili's Goodies Brownie greeting card..which can be customized for any occasion. The giveaway can be redeemed any time except for one week before any Jewish Holiday.  Enter below to win.