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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Wow! those look soooooo good! L'chaim!
    Thanks! Not bad for a Cat’lick if I say so myself. It’s nice not having them saturated in frying oil despite that guilty pleasure.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    Where's the schmaltz?
    Why in my freezer of course!

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    Happy Hanukkah my Jewish and Jew-ish friends!

    KQ, PL and asmastcig thanks for the recipes, discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Inspired by this thread I made these for dinner tonight:

    Latke Waffles

    After a round of trial and error (my waffle iron is big and deep) I found the right size and got em dialed in.

    Pretty great! Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Inspired by this thread I made these for dinner tonight:

    Latke Waffles

    After a round of trial and error (my waffle iron is big and deep) I found the right size and got em dialed in.

    Pretty great! Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Inspired by this thread I made these for dinner tonight:

    Latke Waffles

    After a round of trial and error (my waffle iron is big and deep) I found the right size and got em dialed in.

    Pretty great! Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate!
    Nice work, thanks for sharing the recipe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_pdx View Post
    Nice work, thanks for sharing the recipe!
    It was a nice Thursday evening challenge. Bonus too: in the time it took to make and eat everything you can drink exactly one bottle of chardonnay.

    The lady who I got the recipe from also does a killer panko fish taco too.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    It just dawned on me--I have apples. I can make applesauce, the way my Bubbe did. If only I had the time . . .

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    I did it in a pressure cooker last night, took no time to make applesauce. The waffle latkes were decent but I didn't get enough of the crispness from frying, I'll have to try again.

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    Yep, I’m that Goy. Happy Hanukkah
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    SMDGH...

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    I did it in a pressure cooker last night, took no time to make applesauce. The waffle latkes were decent but I didn't get enough of the crispness from frying, I'll have to try again.
    Took me 10 minutes to make applesauce in a pot. Never realized it was so easy.

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    My first batch tonight fell apart, next round had more matzoh meal and egg...much better. However, the first ones tasted just like Waffle House hash browns with onions...not necessarily a bad thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    My first batch tonight fell apart, next round had more matzoh meal and egg...much better. However, the first ones tasted just like Waffle House hash browns with onions...not necessarily a bad thing.
    Scattered and smothered.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    the first ones tasted just like Waffle House hash browns with onions
    So you were drunk.

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    Foolproof simple latke recipe from my great-aunt Ceil

    4 peeled, grated, drained potatoes
    2 eggs
    1/4 cup flour
    i grated onion, drained
    Mix

    fry in oil.

    The key is the grating and draining. If you just shred the potatoes they retain too much moisture. I use the grating blade of an Osker Jr. It makes a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    Foolproof simple latke recipe from my great-aunt Ceil

    4 peeled, grated, drained potatoes
    2 eggs
    1/4 cup flour
    i grated onion, drained
    Mix

    fry in oil.

    The key is the grating and draining. If you just shred the potatoes they retain too much moisture. I use the grating blade of an Osker Jr. It makes a mess.
    Wonder how these would work:

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    I'm thinking too much water in them, but I've never tried.
    Let us know if they work.
    My Aunt Ceil's recipe is authentically Jewish and has been in the family for at least 100 years and probably much longer--probably came with my great-grandparents from Russia in the early 20th century.

    (My goyishe wife knows more about my family history than I do--she did the geneology thing one year. But no records from the old country except for a few remembrances and of course by the time we were old enough to want to know more all the people who could have answered our questions were long dead. Some relatives of mine went back to my father's ancestral village in Ukraine some years ago but there was nothing left. For most US Jews our family history basically starts when our ancestors set foot on American soil. Unlike the Irish and Italians and others we have no fond memories of the old country. Fiddler on the Roof is a grossly sanitized (how's that for an oxymoron) version of how bad things were. Better forgotten.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    I'm thinking too much water in them, but I've never tried.
    Let us know if they work.
    My Aunt Ceil's recipe is authentically Jewish and has been in the family for at least 100 years and probably much longer--probably came with my great-grandparents from Russia in the early 20th century.

    (My goyishe wife knows more about my family history than I do--she did the geneology thing one year. But no records from the old country except for a few remembrances and of course by the time we were old enough to want to know more all the people who could have answered our questions were long dead. Some relatives of mine went back to my father's ancestral village in Ukraine some years ago but there was nothing left. For most US Jews our family history basically starts when our ancestors set foot on American soil. Unlike the Irish and Italians and others we have no fond memories of the old country. Fiddler on the Roof is a grossly sanitized (how's that for an oxymoron) version of how bad things were. Better forgotten.)
    They are pretty dry. Just had some this morning

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    Mmmm. Maybe I need to have a second breakfast.

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    Ooops - a little late or should that be Latke?

    Happy Hanukkah!
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    I know what I'm making for dinner tomorrow night.

    Happy Hanukkah to y'all.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Yep Happy Hanukkah to all.

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    Offering some musical accompaniment to the latke making



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    Uummm. Its CHA-UN-a-kah. Let's get it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    Foolproof simple latke recipe from my great-aunt Ceil

    4 peeled, grated, drained potatoes
    2 eggs
    1/4 cup flour
    i grated onion, drained
    Mix

    fry in oil.

    The key is the grating and draining. If you just shred the potatoes they retain too much moisture. I use the grating blade of an Osker Jr. It makes a mess.
    Agreed, but I grate, soak, rinse, then dry- I used to roll them in a towel to dry but a salad spinner works fine and alot less hassle

    Green chilis were an add this year- gonna double it next!

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