Latkes are pancakes made of potato and egg which are fried. They are a tradition during the Hanukkah festival.
These are flavourful and crispy potato pancakes. They are very easy to make if you have a food processor to shred the potatoes.
These delicious latkes have zucchini, spinach, potato, sweet potato, carrot and onion. They are mixed with matzo meal, so they are a great choice for Passover too.
A classic potato latke, you can't go wrong with these. Serve with Applesauce, sour cream and chopped green onions! Happy Chanukah!
I adapted this recipe from a Jewish cookbook which I have. I make these potato pancakes for when my Jewish friends come over to visit.
Potato pancakes are a little different and special when made with sweet potato. There's a great comfort food side dish.
Fritters made with carrots, garlic, eggs, flour and bread crumbs. Add to these your favourite seasonings and herbs and you won't be disappointed.
A variant on the traditional potato latkes that includes fresh zucchini and feta. A big taste difference!
These delicious latkas have potato, sweet potato, onion, eggs, garlic salt and a bit of white pepper. They are a lovely twist on the traditional potato pancake.
This potato latke recipe has been passed down though our family. The secret in these latkes is dicing the potatoes in the food processor rather than grating them.
These potato latkes, patties, hash browns or pancakes not only have alot of names but also work well for either breakfast lunch or dinner.