7 Latke Recipes for Hanukkah

Last Updated December 04, 2017
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Traditional latkes are pan-fried potato pancakes, served with sour cream or applesauce -- or both. Try adding other seasonal ingredients like beets, carrots, or squash for a delicious twist.

Golden Panko Latkes with Sour Cream and Chives

Golden Panko Latkes with Sour Cream and Chives
A more traditional take on Potato Latkes- just in time for the perfect side dish!

Butternut Squash, Ginger and Miso Latkes with Sauteed Greens

butternut squash and latkes
Potato latkes are of course the classic recipe, but Elizabeth Byrd adds her own seasonal twist with butternut squash that makes them even more delicious! She paired the sweetness of the squash with...

Beet and Potato Latkes

beets
Some might say that it’s impossible to improve upon the traditional all potato latke, but this beet variety will give your grandma’s recipe a run for its money. The beets add both sweetness and...

Root Vegetable Latkes

Traditional potato pancakes take on a new twist by using whatever root vegetables you have in your pantry. Try substituting parsnips or any other seasonal vegetable you have for the carrots. Serve...

Zucchini Latkes Eggs Bennie With Dill Labane Sauce

Zucchini Latkes Eggs Bennie With Dill Labane Sauce
Christmukkah Brunch 2011: I had four friends peeling and grating potatoes for latkes. Had one grating only onions, poor thing. That is what this dish reminds me of. Good times and friends and latkes....

Latke with Gravlax

latke with Gravlax photo by Michael Persico
It seems weird to admit that I had to work at a northern Italian restaurant to learn how to make great latkes (sorry, Mom). The trick is to use pure potato. There is more than enough starch in the...
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