The holidays and food go hand-in-hand. To help you have a delicious celebration, we scoured the globe for Hanukkah recipes from top chefs. These five are sure to be the talk of the day all eight nights.
Potato Latkes and Marinated Beet Salad with Sour Cream, Apples and Chives
Put an interesting twist on a holiday staple. This recipe from HelloFresh, an international food company with a strong presence in the United States, combines sour cream-topped potato latkes with marinated beets, red onion and sherry vinegar for a unique salad with refreshing flavors. Get the recipe.
Latkes with Sour Cream Mushroom Sauce
No Hanukkah celebration is complete without crispy potato latkes. Chefs at Campbell’s Kitchen shared a recipe for latkes with sour cream-mushroom sauce. Keep this recipe handy, because you’ll definitely be going back for seconds. Get the recipe.
Crispy Coconut Chicken Schnitzel
These tasty bites will satisfy all your guests—kids and adults alike. This holiday recipe from best-selling cookbook author Jamie Geller puts a new twist on basic chicken fingers with a tasty coconut marinade and breading. Plus, the orange-ginger dipping sauce is the perfect complement. Get the recipe.
Over the Top Hummus Bowl
This appetizer is sure to start the party off right. A homemade blend of chickpeas and garlic will go great with sides of hard-boiled eggs, mushrooms, onions and pita bread. The recipe, also from Chef Jamie Geller and featured in Joy of Kosher, a magazine specializing in kosher foods and holidays, is simple, tasty and easy to make. Get the recipe.
Hanukkah Gelt Cookie Cake
This dessert, from Samantha Mattox at Pass the Challah, is the perfect way to end your evening of holiday celebrations and dreidel games. The cookie cake is the perfect combination of chewy, crispy and soft. Plus, it’s even better with homemade frosting and sprinkles. Get the recipe.