Gluten free potato latkes. I see no need to include my own blood in the latkes. These gluten free classic potato latkes are just like grandma makes them only made without any refined white flour. Shredding the potatoes latkes have a reputation for being a knuckle buster recipe since the potatoes are traditionally grated on a box grater. While potato latkes are traditionally served during hanukkah theyre great food any day for anyone who eats potatoes.
A gluten free favorite from the archives these tender lacy latkes are easy to make. Most potato latke recipes include flour. Ready to make potato pancakes. The gluten free rice flour mix i use is 3 cups white rice flour 3 cups brown rice flour 2 cups potato starch not flour 1 cup tapioca starch use just one cup of this mixture.
Grate the potatoes by hand or in a food processor follow the manufacturers instructions for grating potatoes and vegetables. Potato latkes are similar to potato fritters or potato pancakes. They have the classic delicious flavors you want and i guarantee that nobody will know they are gluten free. They are made with shredded potato grated onion and bound with rice flour and eggs.
If you have never tried latkes before you are in for a treat. Certainly potato latkes are delicious any time of year. A delicious gluten free adaptation of a traditional family chanukah recipe. To make them gluten free i used rice flour and starchy russet potatoes to help them hold together.
I just passed my 5th year blog anniversary. Serve with homemade applesauce and sour cream spiked with a hint of horseradish or chives. Gluten free latkes are golden and crispy on the outside with a warm soft center. Delicious thanks to all of you much love xox karina gfg gluten free potato.
Five years blogging gluten free recipes. Gluten free latkes are a yummy treat you can enjoy during your hanukkah celebration or any time of the year. This gluten free potato latkes recipe can be made two waysfried in oil stovetop or if you are cutting down on fats fried in your air fryer. In batches carefully drop 2 tablespoons potato mixture into oil for each latke pressing to flatten.
Press the grated potatoes between clean paper towels. Serve with sour cream and applesauce. Grab some potatoes and get ready to have some fun making this classic jewish side dish. If you love your latkes crispy i have two delicious options for you.
Cook until crisp and golden about 4 minutes per side adjusting heat as needed. I use russet potatoes because they are the most starchy and best type for frying.