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Best Latke Recipes Of 2016 That Will Add A Personal Twist

December 22, 2016

I seriously don't know why we don't eat latkes all year, the potato-fried goodness is definitely a year-round savory delicacy, and yet, we mostly save them for Hanukah. Traditionally, oil-fried foods are eaten at Hanukkah to celebrate the oil lamp that stayed lit for eight days, instead of one, a celebrated event considered a miracle in the Jewish faith. But fast-forward to present-day foodie culture, we're all about oil-fried everything, all the time — hence all these variations in latke recipes in 2016. And not to fail to appreciate the religious and historical significance of the Hanukkah latke, but I think we can all agree these starchy, crispy, breakfast-for-dinner potato pancakes deserve a regular appearance at mealtime. The best part about latkes is that while they're incredibly simple to make, there are tons of different ways to make them. Nearly every family and every chef has their own variation, their own secret ingredient, their own potato preference, and their own special dipping sauce or garnish. That's why I've put together a list of some of the best latke recipes so that you can play around with a few until you find the one that works for you. Then you can fine-tune it so that you've got your own signature recipe. These are some of...

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