Vegan Carrot & Sweet Potato Latkes

This latke combines Jewish tradition with Indian, as it is inspired by the Indian pakora snack.

This is a recipe that not only comforts you on a cold winter’s night, it makes you look forward to the snowiest, windiest, all-the-roads-shut-downiest night possible, just so you can make stew.

A lovely, easy and fun to make treat for Chanukah!
These doughnuts are best when served immediately, but they can be stored in airtight containers overnight.

Juicy, tender, and satisfying, this vegan brisket is a perfect dinner or holiday centerpiece. Slow roasted so it’s fork-tender, this seitan brisket will have vegans and non-vegans raving. An Instant Pot is NOT required for the first half of the cooking process–you can steam it on your stovetop, but an Instant Pot saves time.

Enter the latke recipe from The Vegan Table by Colleen Patrick Goudreau. Her recipe included ground flax as a binder, which freed the potato pancake from its floury, glutinous density. In fact, these latkes were exactly as I remembered them, light, crispy, and the perfect compliment to a dollop of applesauce. I am sharing her recipe in all its glory, so you too can have the perfect vegan latkes this year.

Flavorful fluffy mashed potatoes wrapped in a flaky golden brown crust. Authentic Brooklyn Knishes that warm the heart and soul.

This comfort classic requires minimal ingredients and effort and offers big rewards. The  mushrooms themselves offer deep, rich flavor, and all kinds of immunity-boosting benefits,  besides. It’s filling, nourishing, a perfect soup for the winter blahs.