Sweet Potato Latkes (Pareve)

Sweet Potato Latkes (Pareve) created by brokenburner

A different alternative to traditional Hanukkah latkes. Or, perhaps serve both with your Hanukkah meal.

Ready In:
15mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Peel and grate sweet potatoes and remove any excess moisture.
  • Beat eggs and add one at a time, mixing well. See Note at end of instructions.
  • Add matzoth meal or flour and baking powder.
  • Add spices and mix well.
  • Heat oil until hot and put large spoonful for each pancake.
  • Cook until brown and flip.
  • NOTE: For fluffier pancakes, separate eggs.
  • Add egg yolks into the potatoes.
  • Then, beat the egg whites until stiff.
  • Fold in egg whites after all other ingredients have been mixed inches.
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"A different alternative to traditional Hanukkah latkes. Or, perhaps serve both with your Hanukkah meal."
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  1. brokenburner
    This is more "interesting" than plain potato latkes, though I must confess that by the time I got around to making them, I had run out of patience to use the the stovetop... I baked them on a sprayed cookie sheet. I don't know if that's why the shredded sweet potatoes were so crisp, almost to the point of being raw... the taste was great, though. Thanks for posting.
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  2. brokenburner
    Sweet Potato Latkes (Pareve) Created by brokenburner
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    Sweet Potato Latkes (Pareve) Created by brokenburner
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    Sweet Potato Latkes (Pareve) Created by brokenburner
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  5. dojemi
    A different alternative to traditional Hanukkah latkes. Or, perhaps serve both with your Hanukkah meal.
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