Jewish holidays often have foods associated with them, and Hanukkah is no different. Families enjoy latkes, hot and savory potato pancakes, or sufganiyot, jelly donuts. These fried treats are reminders of the miracle of the Hanukkah story--the a day's supply of oil burned for eight nights. As you and your kids get ready to celebrate Hanukkah, have fun experimenting with new-to-you recipes and traditional favorites using this list.
Related: 7 Delicious Foods From Around the World to Try this Hanukkah
Click on any of the pink buttons below to jump to that section of recipes. Don’t forget to visit the special PJ Library Hanukkah guide for fast and easy holiday suggestions.
Avocado Latkes Breakfast Tacos via What Jew Wanna Eat
Ricotta Pancakes via Kosher.com
Veggie Fried Rice
Latke Pizza via What Jew Wanna Eat
Loaded Chili Cheese Latkes via What Jew Wanna Eat
Unfried Chicken Fingers
Oven Fried Zucchini Sticks
Easy Chicken Stirfry
Snacks & Sides
Pineapple Fritters via Kosher.com
Sufganiyot Donut Holes
Stained Glass Cookies
November 15, 2018