Posts Tagged “latkes”

Chanukah frittata

By | December 3, 2013

How do you turn latkes into a main dish? What do you do with your leftover latkes? One thing, and one thing only: make a Chanukah frittata! I don’t know about you, but around here there is no such thing as leftover latkes. Latkes are immediately consumed once they’re cool enough to touch, so for […]

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Greek salad with latke croutons

By | November 26, 2013

This recipe appears in this week’s edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. On stands now! Beat the Greeks and eat them, too! That’s pretty much what I was thinking when I developed this, my ultimate Chanukah salad. The base is a toned-down Greek salad, but with a twist: cubes […]

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Italian latkes

By | November 12, 2013

I really wasn’t sure if this was going to work, putting sauce and cheese in a classic potato latke. But oh boy, it sure does. As soon as you take that first bite/get your first whiff, there’s an instant “pizza feeling” going on. It’s the sauce, it’s the cheese, it’s the basil and oregano. They’re […]

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Chanukah pizza (or the biggest latke ever)

By | November 5, 2013

Ever wonder what would happen if you made a pizza crust out of shredded potato and subbed out the sauce and cheese for latke toppings? I tried it for you. It’s wonderful. Between the latke crust, sour cream, and caramelized onions, this is a total latke experience. Except! There’s no frying, and it takes far […]

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