Zucchini Pancakes

 
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November 26th 2013By Orly Ziv

These zucchini pancakes are another variation on Hanukkah latkes. They taste wonderfully fresh, especially if you serve them with minted yogurt.

 

Zucchini Latkes

 
Zucchini Latkes

November 29th 2010By Jamie Geller

 

Sweet and Savory Mini Latkes

 
mini latkes

December 12th 2014By Kenden Alfond

These latkes are mini-sized and baked making them cute and crispy. Serve with proposed applesauce and sour “cream” recipes.

 

Surprise Idaho® Potato Pancakes

 
Surprise Idaho® Potato Pancakes

May 13th 2010By joyofkosher

 

Smoked Turkey Rosti Latke

 
Smoked Turkey Rosti Latke

November 12th 2013By Melinda Strauss

A Rosti is a Swiss dish of grated potatoes formed into a flat cake and fried....sound familiar?!? It's basically just an oversized latke pancake. This smoked turkey latke was inspired by a traditional rosti for a Chanukah/Thanksgiving combo that is out of this world. You can even make these as smaller latkes by adding 3 eggs and 1/3 cup potato starch or all-purpose flour to bring the potatoes, onions and turkey together.

 

Scallion Potato Latkes with Ginger Dipping Sauce

 
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November 20th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

I find Idaho potatoes make the best potato latkes. I prefer to leave them unpeeled when making latkes, saves a bit of work and let’s us get some added fiber. This recipe is a take off the standard Chinese scallion pancakes, made with Idaho potatoes and cut into pieces with a nice dipping sauce. Use a non stick pan and you will only need a tablespoon of oil to make this batch.

 

Revenge of the Hamentashen

 
Hamentashen

January 31st 2010By Jay Eidelman

 

Pumpkin Latke with Apple Cranberry Sauce

 
pumpkin latkes with cranberry apple sauce

November 13th 2013By Chef Laura Frankel

I love the bright orange color of these latkes. I add grated pumpkin and pumpkin puree to a potato base for my latkes. Without the latke base, grated pumpkin would burn as then sugar content is too high with just pumpkin.

 

Potato Cake with Sweet Shallot Jam and Thyme

 
Prime Grill Potato Cake

November 4th 2013By Chef David Kolotkin

I am proud to be the chef of a world class kosher establishment and always try to incorporate traditional Jewish recipes with my own twist. I knew my customers loved kugels, but I couldn't serve them a sheet try of sweet noodle kugel. Here is my contemporary version of a traditional kugel.

 

Passover Soups, Salads and Side Dishes Your Family Will Love

 
Passover Soups, Salads and Side Dishes Your Family Will Love

March 17th 2010By Jamie Geller

 

Passover Potato Pancakes With Dill

 

March 7th 2011By admin

 

New Kosher Recipes and Gift Ideas for Chanukah

 
New Kosher Recipes and Gift Ideas for Chanukah

December 7th 2009By Jay Eidelman

 

My Grandfather’s Latke Recipe **Chanukah Giveaway**

 
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December 12th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Low-Fat Cauliflower Carrot Latkes

 
cauliflower carrot latke recipe

November 21st 2013By Jamie Geller

This latke recipe uses only 1 potato and cooking spray along with a non stick pan to cut the carbs and fat. You can fry these like you would traditional latkes if desired.

 

Latkes (Potato Pancakes)

 
Traditional Potato Latkes

March 7th 2011By Jamie Geller

Nothing like the way our bubbies made latkes in the old country! These latkes are not loaded with potato starch, flour, baking powder or other non-essential ingredients. My grandfather shared this recipe with me when I told him that I thought his were the crunchiest, lightest and most perfect potato latkes I've ever eaten.

 

Lacy Potato Pancakes

 

November 16th 2010By maxine

The trick is having the patience to wait until the latkes are brown on the edges before flipping them. Also, it is important to use a starchy potato like a russet.

 

Jumbo Potato Pancake with Sage

 
jumbo potato pancake with sage

October 8th 2013By Jamie Geller

Here is a Thanksgiving/Hanukkah mash up recipe, perfect for this year when they fall out at the same time. Substitute the sage for rosemary, basil, parsley, oregano or your favorite spice. To make flipping the pancake a bit easier, invert it onto a plate, and slide it back into the pan after adding the remaining oil.

 

Idaho® Potato Pancakes with Roasted Corn and Poblano Peppers

 
Idaho® Potato Pancakes with Roasted Corn and Poblano Peppers

April 22nd 2010By joyofkosher

 

How to Cut Calories on Chanukah

 
jelly donut

December 23rd 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Have a Happy Chanukah and Enjoy These Latke Recipes!

 
Happy-Chanukah

December 1st 2010By Jamie Geller