Traditional potato latkes are amazing as is, but if you're looking to try a healthier twist, pick up a zucchini at the store and try this. Adding zucchini not only adds a fun green hue, but it also lowers the carbs and calories. Keep reading to.
Potato latkes are a Hanukkah tradition, since they're cooked in oil, the sacred fuel central to the story of the menorah's lighting. Alas, that oil adds to the crispy round's fat and calories. This year, try our lighter twist.
By Marge Perry and David Bonom Plan on making the latkes as soon after you prepare the batter as possible—and no more than 30 minutes ahead of frying. Then, serve them practically right out of the pan – they’ll be at their very best!