Here's just a few of the many delicious Hanukkah recipes you'll find in the Hanukkah eCookbook:
Potato Latkes - These shredded potato pancakes are the most traditional of the Hanukkah foods. The oil in which they are fried represents the central story of the holiday in which oil enough to light the temple for 1 day miraculously lasted for 8. (Page 3)
Apple Latkes - A twist on the traditional Hanukkah favorite, these latkes are more like a dessert! Sweet apples and cinnamon topped with syrup or confectioners' sugar. Even if you're not brave enough to swap them for the real thing, they make a great supplement! (Page 5)
Chunky Apple-Cranberry Sauce - This sauce is a little on the tart side. If you prefer it sweeter, add more sugar to taste. Serve it as a condiment with roasted turkey or pork. (Page 11)
Simple Quick Batch Applesauce - Simple n' easy doesn't have to mean bland--this applesauce is delicious! (Page 14)
Sufganiyot - These Hanukkah favorites are jelly doughnuts served to commemorate the oil that last for eight days and nights in the temple. (Page 16)
Hanukka Candlelight Cookie Bars - A bit of molasses add a unique flavor to this holiday cookie. (Page 20)
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