5 big potatoes
1/3 cup of flour
1 teaspoon salt
oil for frying
Grind the potatoes.
Add eggs, flour and salt.
Warm up oil in frying pan.
Pour batter onto the oil in spoonfuls.
Let fry for about five minutes on medium fire.
Turn over and let fry for another three minutes.
Take out your latkes and lay them on paper towel to cool.
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November 30, 2013
August 29, 2012
Re: Latlke recipe for kids
Ooops, someone forgot to put grated onions in the recipe. With 5 potatoes you need at least one large or 2 smallish/medium size grated onions. Adding the onions might mean a little more flour might be needed due to moistness of onions. Geshmucht! This is how my mother made them. Can't come any better than that.
Fran Kingston, NY
February 8, 2012
they were so good
Anonymous danville, CA,united states
November 22, 2010
you left out the onions
natalie guilderland, new tork
November 21, 2010
sadly, i dont have flour right now and my mom won't let me go get some but they sound delish. I hope I get to try them sometime.
Anonymous Shreveport, LA
December 4, 2009
there so very yummy
princess walker atl, ga kids.tzivoshashem.org
November 26, 2009
i tried my Babushka's (Grandma's) latkes , it's pretty good but i like my teacher's latkes and i love it!!!
Miriam Columbia , SC
October 13, 2009
that is yum you can eat it anytime(only on a party).
Miriam Colambia, SC
November 7, 2008
Adding onion keeps the potatoes from turning black. If you drain the grated onion/potato mixture in a clean towel you can drain the water very quickly and thoroughly then add eggs and matzoh meal (need much less now that the water is removed) and seasonings. Makes a white, light textured latke.