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Classic Potato Latkes

Classic Potato Latkes recipe
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Sour cream? Check. Applesauce and fresh chives? Check and check. These Classic Potato Latkes are tasty and easy to make too. See for yourself in the video!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
43 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 2 latkes each
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posted:
12/7/2007
You can make this recipe with left over mashed potatoes, or grated potatoes.be careful not to make it to soupy.
posted:
10/25/2007
This was pretty good. It was a nice change instead of a more traditional variation of potatoes. The flavor intensity was about a 5 out of 10 but with a bit of ketchup or salt they were pretty tasty. I will make them again.
posted:
7/30/2007
Very yummy! Potatos are something we have with most meals and my husband get tired of the sameol' thing. These were a great change. Advice after peeling use a foor processor to shred the potatos
posted:
1/5/2007
Easy!
posted:
10/26/2006
Try adding a little sage... it works great with this recipe. You can also change it up by adding a little shredded cheese. (not too much though, or it won't hold together properly)
posted:
4/12/2006
Always a holiday favorite!
posted:
4/4/2006
Easy to make, nice and crunchy
posted:
9/13/2005
Latkes should be grated on the finest grate side only. the larger size hole would make it more like hashbrowns. Grate the potatoes and a small onion finely. Add two eggs. It takes lots of potatoe too. Add small amount of flour or matza meal, salt and pepper and fry in hot oil. They should be served with sour cream and applesauce.
posted:
8/11/2005
I just love these and so did my guests. The grating should be much easier in a food processor, but the recipe was still very simple and easy to make.
posted:
8/3/2005
this recipe is great!
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