Latkes and sufganiyot are the unrefuted stars of the Hanukkah culinary landscape, but they are by no means the only festive foods to make and eat during the holiday. For a night or two we might convince ourselves that we could live on all that golden-fried goodness, but at some point the need for protein, green vegetables and other holiday fare makes itself apparent.
Don’t let an awards show stand in the way of a haimish Sunday feast. Here are a few of our favorite festive finger foods.
For your next Hanukkah gathering, think small. From sliders to tacos to deviled eggs, experience the fun of bite-size brisket hors d’oeuvres.
This addictive appetizer is just one more reason why bar snacks are cool and brisket is hot.
Kreplach are a great way to make use of leftovers. Traditionally boiled and served in soup, they can also be fried and eaten as finger food… say, your next Hanukkah party.
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