This Indian classic can be made at home for your whole family to enjoy. The creamy spinach with the Indian flavors of turmeric, coriander and cumin, is a comforting winter supper. If you are feeling adventurous, try making the paneer at home the night before. (Adapted from Aarti Sequeira)
It doesn’t feel like Hanukah until I’ve had homemade latkes and the smell fills the house. When I was first married, my husband made his mom’s latkes for me and they were truly the best! Now he is stuck making these every year. When you bite into a latke, you want crunch on the outside and a smooth potato flavor on the inside, with just enough salt. These traditional latkes will not disappoint. It is worth going the extra step of wringing out latke batter in cheesecloth to ensure that they are the crispiest latkes they can be! Serve them with homemade applesauce for an extra special Hanukah treat.
These little latkes are a great Hanukah finger food for your next party. Each latke comes with its own sauce that you can put on top. Try the traditional latkes with homemade applesauce, the zucchini latkes with lemon zest cream or the sweet potatoe latkes with sriracha aioli. If you make them all, have a taste test to see which ones your guests like best!