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Are you looking to cook a kosher meal for your family this Hanukkah and hoping to add latkes to the list of offerings? Latkes are a famous traditional dish eaten in commemoration of the oil that burned for eight days in the holy temple. Here is a great recipe for traditional latkes that is easy to follow and prepare.
You will need:
A teaspoon of salt
A quarter teaspoon of pepper
Three quarters cup of all purpose flour
Enough canola oil to fry the pancakes
First, peel your potatoes. As you peel each one, place them in a bowl or pan of cold water so they won't go brown. When all of the potatoes are peeled, drain them and put them into a food processor along with your peeled onions. Use the pulse setting until the mixture is smooth, then drain it well through a sieve. Pour the mixture into a bowl and add in your eggs, salt, and pepper. Put in just enough flour to hold the entire mixture together.
Next, heat some canola oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat. You are now ready to fry your latkes. Drop about a quarter cup of your mixture into the oil and flatten it slightly. Fry for a few minutes on each side until it is a nice golden brown and fully cooked. Drain the latkes on a paper towel and continue until you have used all of the mixture.
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