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 Latkes, delicious latkes. Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside – just the way bubbie made them. You can’t beat the Hannukkah classic. But, let’s mix it up this year with a new spin on the Hanukkah favorite. Here’s a new recipe to enjoy for each crazy night!

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Thai Sweet Potato Latkes By A Pretty Life In The Suburbs

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People love Thai food for its amazing variety and flavors. Now, it can be paired with a whole new flavor, Hanukkah. What’s not to love?


The Salmony Spud by my name is yeh

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Lox, it’s not just breakfast anymore in this recipe.


Mexican Potato Latkes By What Jew Wanna Eat

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Pair the Mexican Potato Latke with a margarita for a festive Hanukkah night.


Poutine Latkes with Parmesan Gravy by Busy In Brooklyn

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Poutine, a Canadian specialty made with french fries and cheese curds, makes for a mouthwatering latke.


Parsnip Latkes with Creme Fraiche and Caviar by The Little Ferraro Kitchen

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Elevate the latke with caviar.


Sweet Potato Latkes With Brown Sugar Syrup & Candied Pecans by Tori Avey

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This savory variation is great for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.


Spanolatkes by Love U Madly

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Enjoy a latke with a Greek twist. No such thing as too much feta, spinach, and tzatziki.


Cauliflower Latkes by The Forest Feast

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Move over kale, cauliflower is the new “it” vegetable.


Zucchini Latkes by Weelicious

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Switch it up completely and add more vegetables to your diet with these zucchini latkes.


No matter which latke recipe you try first – one thing is certain – Hanukkah will never be the same!

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