I’ve been making my mother’s latkes for years now but it turns out my father can’t have flax anymore due to a stomach issue he has. So I had to come up with a new plan for an egg replacer so we could have latkes at our annual family Hanukah party! And the winner is: […]Continue reading "My Mom’s Potato Latkes (Potato Pancakes) v2"
I used to be really big into tradition – making the foods my mother made when I was growing up. After I became vegan, I veganized many of her old recipes which was great. But now, I am at the point of reimagining our old traditions to make them just as good, vegan, and sometimes […]Continue reading "Mashed Potato Pancakes – Our New Latkes"
I’m getting ready for Chanukah over here and was thinking about how much I love my mother’s now vegan latkes. I taught her how to replace eggs with ground flax and that’s how we have been making them since I became vegan. This year, I was curious to try quinoa flakes as the egg replacer as Nava Atlas […]Continue reading "Carrot Potato Latkes"
Happy Chanukah! It’s time for My Mother’s Potato Latkes. This year I baked them and, wow, are they delicious! No oil, no frying. The house smells like potatoes and not fry! Serve with homemade applesauce. makes about 30 latkes 6 medium russet potatoes 1 medium onion 2 flax eggs * 1/3 cup chickpea flour 1 tsp baking […]Continue reading "Baked Potato Latkes"
My mother’s potato latkes are the best and she makes them vegan now, not just for us, but whenever she makes them. This recipe is based on one from her friend Roz. Roz says the key is to make them ahead of time, freeze them, and then put them in the oven frozen. They come […]Continue reading "My Mom’s Potato Latkes (Potato Pancakes)"