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Old 04-22-2007, 03:34 AM
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Latkes

Shelley Kunkel originally posted this recipe in December 2006 What’s for Dinner:
Latkes (father-in-law’s recipe)
2 medium potatoes grated or food processed (You may rinse the shredded potatoes in ice cold water)
1/4 cup matzo meal (salted or unsalted)
1 egg
1 small onion grated or food processed
1 clove garlic (chopped, or food processed)
carrots grated or food processed, optional
cooking oil (Wesson, Crisco, or Vegetable oil)

Mix all ingredients except oil in a large bowl. Pour about an inch of cooking oil into a skillet. Heat on medium-high heat until hot. Do not use non stick pan. Use large ice cream scoop or large spoon fulls of mixture to make latkes. Roll a spoonful of mixture into a ball then flatten it. Place them in the hot oil for about three minutes then turn them over and cook until they are golden brown. Take out of oil and place on paper towel lined plate. Serve immediately with sour cream, ketchup and or apple sauce.
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Here is my latkes recipe:

Large mixing bowl
Mixing spoon
ice cream scoop or large spoon
metal skillet (Do Not Use Non-Stick)
Metal slotted spoon
paper towel lined plate

2 medium potatoes grated or food processed
1/4 cup matzo meal (salted or unsalted)
1 egg
1 small onion grated or food processed
Peanut oil or extra virgin olive oil for cooking

Mix all ingredients except oil in a large bowl. Pour about an inch of cooking oil into a skillet. Enough oil to cover half the latke. Heat oil on medium-high heat until hot. Remember do not use non stick pan. You will know if the oil is hot enough if you sprinkle water in it and it pops like snap crackle pop. Be careful it will burn you if it lands on your skin. Use large ice cream scoop or large spoon fulls of mixture to make latkes. Roll a spoonful of mixture into a ball then flatten it like a pancake. Carefully place them in the hot oil. Cook for about three minutes then turn them over with slotted spoon and cook until they are golden brown. Take out of oil and place on paper towel lined plate. Serve immediately with sour cream, ketchup and/or apple sauce.
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