Sweet Potato Latkes

 
Sweet Potato Latkes

November 15th 2010By joyofkosher

These are best if you grate by hand, but for a large crowd the food processor is a must.

 

Sweet and Spicy Sweet Potato Latkes

 
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July 10th 2013By fbogus

A real "Gold" medal winner for your Hanukkah table or any time you serve brisket or roast turkey, sweet potato latkes are a treat.

 

Mashed Potato and Kale Latkes

 
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November 13th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

It is best to use leftover mashed potatoes for this, but if I was going to start from scratch, I would make my favorite potato skins, by microwaving the potatoes, scraping out all the flesh and then baking the skins. Turn the flesh into mashed potatoes by adding your choice of water, milk or broth and mashing well. Add salt to taste. Now you can turn them into these gorgeous, flavorful, and vitamin enhanced latkes.

 

Individual Sweet Potato Pies with Tam Tam Crust

 

October 4th 2013By Jamie Geller

This recipe for single serve sweet potato pies can be prepared in advance and frozen. Just add 10-15 minutes more to the baking time. For a sweet finish add a single marshmallow to the top of each pie for the last 5 minutes of baking. Enjoy on Thanksgivukkah or really any fall holiday.

 

Apple Sage Stuffing Latkes

 
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November 18th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

In honor of Thanksgivukah this year I suggest these flavorful stuffing latkes. Whether you make them that night or decide to use your leftover stuffing to make them, you will not be sorry. I made these in a frying pan so that they would really be like latkes, but I also made a batch in mini muffin tins with just a spray of cooking spray on top with fantastic results. So, if you would like to save some of the oil for your potato latkes go ahead and bake these. Use this apple stuffing recipe or your favorite leftover stuffing.