What would Thanksgiving be without sweet potatoes on the table? For a Hanukkah spin, we're making latkes and topping them with a tangy horseradish-sour cream sauce.
No green bean casseroles this year! We're taking a simple side dish and giving it some holiday flair with cranberries and a crispy pastrami and shallot topping.
We're taking stuffing from a side dish to the main entree with this Thanksgivukkah version. Using challah bread makes it buttery and delicious while the apples, leeks and turkey give it some great depth of flavor and staying power.
No regular pumpkin pie on this Thanksgivukkah table! Pumpkin pie and rugelach meet in these delicious buttery, cream cheese, bite-size desserts. They're so much easier to make than you think, too!
Makes about 2 dozen
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