What’s New at Asif and Our Favorite Hanukkah Recipes From Around the World
“During Hanukkah two years ago, we spontaneously decided to make a latkes version [sans meat] of the cherished fritters. Try them this coming Hanukkah — they’re great!”
Italian fritters called frittole, usually served during Hanukkah
Ashkenazi blintzes stuffed with pillowy potatoes
Nir Messika pairs these sfinj with pastry cream flavored with rosewater, making these Moroccan doughnuts even more festive.
Nir Mesika’s grandmother Rubi learned to make these small doughnuts from her Muslim neighbors in Egypt. Nir finishes them with honey.
Lorenza Pintar’s family serves these latkes with a creamy sour Italian cheese called stracchino.
New York City-based chef Sasha Shor balances potato cubes with chunks of smoked white sturgeon in this recipe for decadent “Russian Latkes.”
In the winters, Adam Zolot used to call the corner of the Jersey shore where he grew up “Hanukkah Heights.” There were always latkes.
Elizaveta Vigonskaia, who recalls times when there was little or no food, now celebrates Hanukkah with these decade latkes.
White potatoes are swapped out for their sweeter counterparts in this updated latke recipe with a healthy twist.