This was totally delicious. The whole family loved it. Didn't make the salsa, just served with the traditional apple sauce and sour cream. I didn't drain and press the mixture in the colander but let it rest for half an hour in a bowl and then squeezed out the excess water with my hands before frying. Would definitely make again.
Curried Butternut Squash and Potato Latkes with Apple Salsa
librarianMartha Posted: 11/28/10
JMWJMW Posted: 12/07/10
Best latke recipe ever, but it would be CRIMINAL to not make the salsa. That's the best part. I had it with milder jalapenos and chopped very very small (not like pictured here). Truly ... fabulous. It won the latke contest at my college.
sprky182 Posted: 09/07/12
Yum! These were really good. Not too much prep. The salsa is great.
janiegd Posted: 10/22/12
These were fantastic! I made them for a dinner party and they were a huge hit. I made the mixture a day in advance. No moisture came out when I squeezed and let sit, but a lot at the bottom of the bowl after 24 hours. I doubled the egg/spice mixture as it didn';t seem to be enough, but didn't double the flour.... I made some in the morning and reheated, but decided they were easy enough to make while the guests were here and have them nice and fresh. Served with apricot chicken (apricot lamb chops recipe on CL) and roasted brussel sprouts! Ate leftovers for breakfast! Yummy!!!
geckobeach Posted: 06/11/13
The mess in the kitchen is so worth it for these; even my finicky meat-lover mother had seconds...
cooke1 Posted: 10/22/13
I feel like I missed something with this recipe because everyone gave it such rave reviews, and I found it a lot of work as well as a very boring dish. I kept checking over the ingredients to see if I had forgotten a key ingredient. I use myrecipes.com constantly with great results and praise from my family. I'm usually never this disappointed with a recipe.