Here are some of our favorites, which can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Sufganiot Hanukkah Doughnuts- Crispy on the outside, soft and gooey on the inside, sufganiot doughnuts are the perfect ending to a Hanukkah meal.
Potato Pancakes Deluxe - Traditional and easy to make, this will become one of your go-to recipes for all times of the year.
Hanukkah Morning French Toast- Using thickly sliced challah bread and real creamery butter gives this French toast recipe a delightful crunch on the outside, while maintaining a soft center inside. This is a robust start for the day.
Not Your Average Latkes- Sweet potatoes and garlic give this non-traditional latke a sweet and savory kick.
Pear and Apple Fritters – If you’re looking for something sweet with a little more texture than sufganiot, then try these fritters, which are chock full of wholesome fruit chunks. Served with some vanilla ice cream, they will melt in your mouth.
Duck Breast with Honey Sauce – An easy and elegant dish that incorporates the moist and juicy duck breast with a sinfully delicious honey glaze that will require seconds on everyone’s plates.
Holiday Sesame Chicken - These batter dipped and spectacularly seasoned chicken breasts come out perfect when fried in the traditional olive oil.
Easy Noodle Kugel – This noodle pudding will come together quickly and will disappear from plates just as fast. This is an easy recipe for a very traditional Hanukkah dish.
Candy Dreidels – Kids will love to help make these edible dreidels. These go together in no time flat and are a great way to entertain the little ones.
These are all delicious and perfect for your Hanukkah table. Which ones will you try this holiday season? For more recipes for Hanukkah and other times of the year, visit FriendsEat.com.
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November 30th, 2009