Hanukkah Latkes 7 Ways

Celebrate Hanukkah with Food Network recipes for classic and unique takes on beloved latkes.
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Potato Latkes

Fried and crispy on the outside but soft on the inside, these classic latkes will help ring in the Hanukkah celebration. We serve ours with a spiced apple-pear sauce and sour cream.

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Nigella's Apple Latkes

Nigella takes a sweet route with her potato pancakes: "These are sweet, gorgeous fritters to be eaten straight from the pan and drenched with maple syrup."

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Rachael Ray's Quick Potato and Carrot Latkes

Rachael Ray adds grated carrots to her potato latkes for a hint of sweetness and golden color.

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Crispy Potato Cake

This simple and satisfying take on hash browns makes one giant latke. It's a deliciously indulgent side.

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Crispy Two-Potato Cake

Russet and sweet potatoes collaborate for a fried potato cake unlike any other.

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Oven-Fried Latkes

Using the oven to make crisp latkes saves a lot of calories and fat -- and hassle! You can cook a large batch quickly in a very hot oven. Egg white takes the place of a whole egg, keeping the cholesterol low.  

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Sweet Potato Latkes

Add a hit of sweetness to your potato pancakes by combining half shredded sweet potatoes and half Yukon golds. Fans of sweet potato fries will love these! 

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