It’s time to be adventurous. I’m serving up eight latke recipes for each night of Chanukah!
Night #1 – Cheddar and Potato Latkes
Mashing the potatoes first gives these savory latkes an amazing fluffy texture. The addition of cheddar cheese goes beautifully with the spiced applesauce for a latke that will surely be one of your new favorites.
Night #2 – Potato and Parsnip Latkes
Traditional potato latkes get an extra hint of earthiness with the addition of parsnips and thyme. If you have a food processor, try using the shredding attachment to cut down on prep time.
Night #3 – Zucchini Latkes
This healthier latke doesn’t use any potato at all but instead uses tasty vegetables and a great mix of Cajun spices.
Night #4 – Carrot and Apple Latkes
Carrots, apples and ginger are combined in this unique take on a latke for a slightly sweet twist.
Spicy, hearty, and cheesy, these latkes are absolutely delicious packed with protein, carbs and veggies – it’s like a meal in one.
Night #6 – Steakhouse Latkes
Don’t worry this recipe is pareve but the name is inspired by the spinach and potato style sides commonly offered in steakhouses alongside, well, a steak!
Night #7 – Samosa Latkes
Use russet potatoes, they are the best for baking! The addition of curry powder, peas and the chutney is what gives this latke an Indian flavor.
To satisfy any sweet tooth, these delicious latkes are baked, not fried, so they’re a lot healthier. Paired with an easy to make gingered sour cream, they are a delicious treat! (you can always just fry them up if you must!)
And, for the people in your life who are purists (Zaydie comes to mind), here are a couple of traditional potato latke recipes, including my Zaydie’s tried and true classic best ever potato latke recipe: Latkes, Crispy Potato Latkes, Mashed Potato Pancakes.