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While Hanukkah might fall out the same time as Christmas this year, it’s not a reason to opt for Chinese food instead of delicious, warm, and crispy latkes. Throwing a Hanukkah party with a DIY latke bar is a a great way to host an interactive party with a variety of food options! Get creative this year- don’t just use any old potatoes! From various types of latkes to sensational toppings, check out our favorite dishes to include at our DIY party this year!
Sweet Potato and Parsnip Spiralized Latkes
Hate grating potatoes? Then hop on the spiralizing train with this recipe from Brittany of Eating Bird Food. Combining spiralized sweet potatoes and parsnips for a seasonal bite, Brittany bakes these up for a healthier alternative. Top with sour cream and enjoy!
Taro Latkes with Sriracha Lime Cream Sauce
Going outside the traditional box, Kathy of Builicious shares her Asian fusion recipe. Using grated taro as the base, Kathy fries these patties up for a crunchy bite. Topped with a spicy and zesty sauce, these are the perfect option for the adventurous eater at your gathering!
Vegan Latkes with Sour Cream
Need to appease the vegans in your life this Hanukkah? Fear not, Ania of Lazy Cat Kitchen has an easy and delicious vegan recipe for you! Using potatoes and aquafaba (liquid from drained chickpeas), Ania creates a delicious and potato filled patty. Topped with a vegan sour cream made of cashews, you won’t even miss the dairy. Everyone will be raving over this recipe!
Sweet Potato and Carrot Latke-inis with Whipped Goat Cheese and Smoked Salmon
Latkes and smoked salmon? Count us in! Nora from A Clean Bake shares her take on latkes with a blini twist. Using grated carrots and sweet potatoes for a delicious base, Nora fries these up to create a crunchy bite. Topped with whipped goat cheese and smoked salmon to make a creamy and salty bite- these have everything good you want in a dish!
Potato and Beet Latkes with Kimchi and Sriracha Aioli
Love kimchi? Well now you can have it with your latkes! This recipe from Priya of Little Kitchen, Big World is delicious with every bite. Creating a base with grated potatoes and beets for a seasonal twist, these cakes are fried up to create a crunchy exterior. Topped with tangy kimchi and a sriracha aioli for a creamy and spicy bite, this recipe is the perfect seasonal and Asian fusion twist to have at your Hanukkah party!