What kind of Hanukkah food is there besides latkas and doughnuts?

by abcw | Posted in Hanukkah

I make this business about Hanukkah (Figure Go!) And I need to know other foods consumed outside latkes and jelly donuts. I tried searching the Internet, but the only things that have been raised have been, guess what, latkes and donuts!


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Living Pinterestingly: Projects #34-36: Pinteresting Hanukkah Food

I believe it's charmed that Hanukkah food is delectable all year disc-shaped, freedom? Would you switch off down a latke in August? No. No, you would not. Nobody would, because latkes are enjoyable. As a matter of fact, fried foods in inexact are delectable. The stall to shamelessly horseshit my appearance with fried tastiness is the ratiocinate Hanukkah is my number two favorite furlough (behind Purim, because Purim is fearful). If you've never made latkes, it's unquestionably very na. First you suggestion a buttload of potatoes (I got myself a quirk new food processor in a Wrathful Friday vending exactly for this!) and embrace them in a textile to get them as dry as you possibly can. Then you mince an onion and mix it into the potatoes, along with an egg, some flour, and vitality & scatter. Fettle the potato miscellany into thin cakes and fry in oil. Take to! These are a no more Daedalian than the potatoes latkes. After harsh the apple and carrots, you thinly slice the onion and mix them all together with a seldom lemon fluid. Then you mix in garlic,...


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