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10 Festive Recipes to Make This Chanukah

10 Festive Recipes to Make This Chanukah

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1. Traditional Potato Latkes

Is it Chanukah without ’em?



2. Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Latkes

Add some color and flavor with these delicious ones.



3. Vegetable Latkes

I can hardly claim these are healthy, because at the end of the day they are fried, but they do contain some healthier vegetables like zucchini, carrot and spinach, instead of just potato, potato, potato . . .



4. Beet Latkes Stuffed with Goat Cheese

These babies are certainly non-traditional, but they have proven themselves incredibly popular and delicious.



5. Corn Latkes



6. Dreidel-Shaped Ricotta Ravioli

For the adventurous . . .



7. Fried Mozzarella Sticks

These gooey, cheesy mozzarella sticks combine dairy and oil—two of Chanukah’s traditional foods.



8. Chanukah Party Surprise Cake

Don’t tell anyone what's inside until you cut it open!



9. Sufganiyot (Jelly Doughnuts)

Soft and fluffy sufganiyot are a traditional Chanukah treat. Try making them this year.



10. Learn How to Decorate Doughnuts Beautifully

Prefer frosted doughnuts to the traditional sufganiyot? Learn how to make them look aesthetically appealing.



Miriam Szokovski is the author of the historical novel Exiled Down Under, and a member of the Chabad.org editorial team. She shares her love of cooking, baking and food photography on Chabad.org’s food blog, Cook It Kosher.
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Sab England January 10, 2017

Please can you send me some I am literally salivating looking at the pictures of the latkes. Reply

Rachel Gan Yoshiya, Israel January 9, 2017

Wow! Breathtaking gourme!
Just to look at them...
Hope to make most of them.
Thanks! Reply

M. Diane Flushing, NY December 29, 2016

Will you be my mommy? Miriam... Beet latkes stuffed with goat cheese. You're speaking my language. Look at that chocolate cake! Ohhhh I wanna take that cake and gently place it on top of my head like a hat and then gingerly pull it down over my whole face. Just leave it there, okay? Good! Thank you very much. Reply

jim dallas December 28, 2016

you, miriam, taking the food pics? very good photography, excellent looking, tasty, food, yumyumyum! Reply

Anonymous pakistan December 9, 2015

wow marvellous dishes Reply

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