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Taglit Birthright Israel Meat Latkes

Taglit Birthright Israel Meat Latkes created by anniesnomsblog

This Meat Latke recipe was submitted by Olesya Gorshenina and is included in “Israel to Go” a pocket culinary tour published by Taglit-Birthright Israel. The cookbook features 20 specially selected recipes derived from the spice pallet and foods native to the Mediterranean to chronicle the exotic cultural experience offered to Taglit-Birthright Israel trip participants. All recipes are designed to be easy for the home-cook to follow. Taglit-Birthright Israel sends Jewish adults between the ages of 18 to 26 on a free 10-day trip to Israel to strengthen each participant’s Jewish identity and build a lasting bond with the land and people of Israel. Since its inception, more than 350,000 Jewish young adults have taken part in Taglit-Birthright Israel from more than 65 countries, all 50 U.S. states and from nearly 1,000 North American college campuses. For more information, visit www.birthrightisrael.com/

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  • Mix the minced meat with the egg, onions and garlic.
  • Add the spices and form mixture into patties.
  • Peel potatoes, grate, and add salt.
  • Roll the potatoes into balls. Each Latke requires two potato balls and a meat cutlet.
  • Flatten the potato balls with a fork or spoon and put a patty of meat between each pair.
  • Fry each potato and meat latke until golden brown on both sides.
  • Serve on lettuce leaves and garnish with cucumber and herbs.
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"This Meat Latke recipe was submitted by Olesya Gorshenina and is included in “Israel to Go” a pocket culinary tour published by Taglit-Birthright Israel. The cookbook features 20 specially selected recipes derived from the spice pallet and foods native to the Mediterranean to chronicle the exotic cultural experience offered to Taglit-Birthright Israel trip participants. All recipes are designed to be easy for the home-cook to follow. Taglit-Birthright Israel sends Jewish adults between the ages of 18 to 26 on a free 10-day trip to Israel to strengthen each participant’s Jewish identity and build a lasting bond with the land and people of Israel. Since its inception, more than 350,000 Jewish young adults have taken part in Taglit-Birthright Israel from more than 65 countries, all 50 U.S. states and from nearly 1,000 North American college campuses. For more information, visit www.birthrightisrael.com/"
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  1. anniesnomsblog
    Taglit Birthright Israel Meat Latkes Created by anniesnomsblog
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  4. anniesnomsblog
    I love "normal" latkes so wanted to try this meat version. They taste great and are really easy to make! I used 3 huge potatoes and 1 and 1/2lbs ground beef, but did find I had way more meat than potato; not to worry as I just cooked the meat up anyway and we'll use it for dinner!
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    Taglit Birthright Israel Meat Latkes Created by sgoldman328
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