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The word latke itself is derived (via Yiddish) from the Russian word ladka, oladka, a diminutive from oladya (оладья), "small pancake". The word leviva (לביבה), the Hebrew name for latke, refers in the Book of Samuel to a dumpling made from kneaded dough, as part of the story of Amnon and Tamar.Where can I find a good latke recipe?
Allrecipes has more than 30 trusted latke recipes complete with ratings, reviews and baking tips. Simple to make, and they taste great! This is my mother's latke recipe which has been a smashing hit at dozens of Chanukah parties.Why are latkes traditionally cooked on Hanukkah?
– Latkes are traditionally cooked on Hanukkah, along with other fried foods, to commemorate the miracle of the menorah oil in the Jewish Temple (see my Hanukkah page for more details). – Latkes are made from shredded potatoes, eggs, onions and salt.What are latlatkes and how are they made?
Latkes are pan-fried potato pancakes made from grated potatoes and onion, an egg, and a binder, such as matzo meal or breadcrumbs. In their ideal form, they have a crispy exterior and a light, creamy inside. Don’t for a second think you’ll be eating hash browns, which tend to be griddled with far less fat.