A little oil goes a long way with healthy latkes
Hanukkah traditions call for eating oil-fried latkes and jelly doughnuts, both of which can pack plenty of fat and calories.
While I'm generally not one to mess with important traditions, I was thinking that perhaps we could lighten the load a little. Because a typical serving of fried latkes can pack around 25 grams of fat and 750 calories — about half as many calories as most adults should have all day.
If that becomes too much for you (and your waistline), I've got a version that delivers the same flavor with a fraction of the fat and calories. Depending on how you make it, this recipe weighs in at between just 87 and 117 calories per serving. I'm still working on downsizing those jelly doughnuts...
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