How to Make Grilled Cheese Latkes

Nothing could be more drool-worthy than these melty masterpieces

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Around these parts we love latkes that think outside the box: ramen noodle latkes, plantain latkes and even cauliflower latkes just to name a few.

But there are few things more indulgent and drool-worthy than a grilled cheese latke sandwich. And since it is traditional to eat dairy and fried foods for Hanukkah, making one of these melty masterpieces is practically a mitzvah.

Check out our short video on how to create your own cheesy Hanukkah sandwich. For the full recipe for this ooey gooey goodness check out Melinda’s full recipe here. Also make sure to check out Melinda’s blog Kitchen-Tested to check out some of her other drool-worthy dishes.

 

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