Savory cheese kugel

Savory Cheese Kugel Recipe for Shavuot

Zucchini & Sweet Potato Latkes -- making these this weekend and serving spinach, natural Canadian bacon, and egg over them. Delish version of Benedict.

Zucchini & Sweet Potato Latkes - I Breathe... I'm Hungry...

Purim Foods around the World

Purim Foods around the World

Sukkot Meals: Sweet and Sour Stuffed Onions – Jew and the Carrot –

Sukkot Meals: Sweet and Sour Stuffed Onions – Jew and the Carrot

This is based on keftes de prasa, a traditional Sephardic recipe for fritters. Leeks add an aromatic note to traditional Hanukkah latkes (potato pancakes). Fritters and latkes are typically fried with olive oil; here, we use canola oil, which has a mild flavor and high smoke point to brown the fritters. To prepare fritters ahead, place cooked fritters in a 250° oven to stay warm until you're ready to serve. Garnish with parsley sprigs, if desired.

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A simple recipe for crispy sweet-potato latkes with scallions, served with chipotle sour cream.

Sweet Potato Latkes - Chowhound

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Joan Nathan's Syrian Meatballs

Fritters are a fitting ending to an all-fried-food menu, or to any meal for that matter. Making the most of winter's citrus selection, this recipe combines orange...

Honey Fritters with Blood Oranges - Chowhound

A recipe for a classic Hanukkah starter of pan-fried potato and onion pancakes.

Latkes (Potato Pancakes) Recipe - Chowhound

To start our fried food menu off right, Sara Dickerman created this pareve recipe with fried chickpeas, fried sage, and smoked paprika, for an addictive snack...

Fried Chickpeas with Sage Recipe - Chowhound

This latke recipe tops crispy celery root latkes with a horseradish or mustard mayonnaise, smoky pastrami, and briny pickles to serve as a party appetizer.

Celery Root Latkes with Pastrami - Chowhound

Eight days before Christmas, some New Mexicans light a luminaria, a candle nestled in a paper sack, then add an additional glowing luminaria every evening until...

New Mexican Sweet Potato Latkes with Lime–Sour Cream Sauce Recipe - Chowhound

A potato pancake recipe that's a bit soft, a tad crunchy, and has just the right amount of grease.

Potato Latkes Recipe - Chowhound

More dishes than you could make in eight days, including latkes, sufganiyot, and brisket.

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Traditionally, sufganiyot (Israeli-style filled donuts), eaten during Hanukkah, are filled with strawberry or raspberry jam. But these days, you can walk down the streets of Tel Aviv or Jerusalem and

Jelly Donuts Reinvented: Creative Sufganiyot for Hanukkah

While latkes are the snack most commonly associated with Hanukkah, sufganiyot are more commonly consumed in Israel. We can see why, because they are addictive...

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This apple cider sufganiyot recipe takes sugarcoated Hanukkah donuts and fills them with an easy salted caramel.

Apple Cider Sufganiyot (Hanukkah Donuts) with Salted Caramel Recipe - Chowhound

Video: How To Make Keftes, Syrian Sweet-and-Sour Meatballs for Hanukkah

Video: How To Make Keftes, Syrian Sweet-and-Sour Meatballs for Hanukkah

Smores Latkes

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Mexican Chocolate Latkes

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Killer Potato Latkes | Andrew Zimmern makes his latkes with both boiled and grated raw potatoes to add both creaminess and crispiness.

Killer Potato Latkes Recipe

See the "Hanukkah Sufganiyot" in our Hanukkah Desserts gallery

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29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah - BuzzFeed

29 Miraculous Foods To Make For Hanukkah

Borekas and bollos (round), traditional Sephardic pastries for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) in San Francisco, Calif., on September 18, 2008. Food styled by Emma Sullivan. Photo: Craig Lee, The Chronicle

Kick off Rosh Hashanah with Sephardic savories