Cheese Latkes (Gluten Free)

  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h
  • Serves: 18
  • Contains:

Ingredients (4)

Main ingredients

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Make the Latkes

  1. Combine cheese, egg yolks, sugar and starch.

  2. Beat egg whites until stiff. Gently fold egg whites into cheese mixture.

  3. Drop tablespoonfuls of batter into hot oil. Fry until golden on both sides.

Credit

Styling and Photography by Chay Photography

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  • Sef Rosen

    Cheese Latkes (Gluten Free)

    Wanna try this

    Would it still work if I don't beat the whites? looking for a simple recipe for cheese latkes to make on pesach. I saw another recipe that looked simpler but it was a chometzdik recipe so wasn't sure if I could sub potato starch for the flour? And if I could, would it be cup for cup?
    Posted by sefbaj |April 9, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, you must beat the egg whites! Egg whites become thick and fluffy when beaten and if you don't beat them it will totally change the texture of your latke (and they won't be fluffy!). The general rule is that you can substitute potato starch for flour, however, it does vary from recipe to recipe.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|April 9, 2019
    0
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  • Sef Rosen

    Cheese Latkes (Gluten Free)

    Wanna try this

    Would it still work if I don't beat the whites? looking for a simple recipe for cheese latkes to make on pesach. I saw another recipe that looked simpler but it was a chometzdik recipe so wasn't sure if I could sub potato starch for the flour? And if I could, would it be cup for cup?
    Posted by sefbaj |April 9, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, you must beat the egg whites! Egg whites become thick and fluffy when beaten and if you don't beat them it will totally change the texture of your latke (and they won't be fluffy!). The general rule is that you can substitute potato starch for flour, however, it does vary from recipe to recipe.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|April 9, 2019
    0

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