Latkes! #wordlesswednesday


It’s Chanukah, which means it’s time to fry everything! 🙂 Check out my recipe for Spinach-Feta Latkes (I added mushrooms this year)


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A peek Into my Kitchen: Non-traditional Spinach and Feta Latkes (No Potatoes!)

Who doesn’t love a latke?  Fried foods such as latkes (potato pancakes) and jelly donuts are traditionally eaten throughout the jewish holiday Chanukah…but the combination of oil and carbs can start to even the most die-hard french fry lover 😉  These are lighter and healthier, and a really nice  way to get some green vegetables into your kids! There are no hard ingredients or large chunks, so they make a great food for a younger toddler as well as for older kids and adults.

Spinach and Feta Latkes

2-3 tbsp olive oil, plus enough additional oil for frying

1 medium/large yellow onion, chopped

4 cloves garlic

2 lbs fresh spinach, steamed & chopped, with as much liquid as possible squeezed out