Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Indian Inspired Potato & Onion Fritters (Latkes) & A Pear, Lime & Cardamon Sauce

Pick up the Washington Post this morning, I must admit I picked up a couple extra copies. Delighted to be featured with Indian Inspired Latkes Dinner in 40 Minutes and Pear, Lime and Cardamon Sauce in The Washington Post Food Section. You will also find couple of photos by me not appearing in this post. In addition you might want to read tips and additional latke recipes in this latke primer article by Bonnie Benwick Hanukkah recipes: How to build better latkes.
The pear sauce will slightly oxidize as you can see in these two photos. The slightly oxidized snapshot on the left is where the color will stay at. Pretty both before and after.
Remember this photo post of the Bosc pears titled pear II taken on Sept. 19th this year. You know I always come around and post a recipe. So happy I waited and the Pear, Lime and Cardamon Sauce has emerged.

Inspired recipes for Chanukah:
Indian-Inspired Latkes
Sufganiyot - Israeli Jelly Doughnuts
Sfinge – A Moroccan Vegan Doughnut
Baked Parsnip Latkes
Eight Ball and Corn Fritters
Quinoa Cakes/Latkes
Romanesco Floret Fritters in Beer and Honey Batter
Ripe Plantain Fritters
Indonesian Cassava Fritters Stuffed with Coconut Sugar

Happy Chanukah to all my friends who celebrate!!
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23 comments :

  1. Congrats on the Washington Post feature, Shulie! The latkes look great by themselves but my your pear, lime & cardamom sauce sounds like the perfect accompaniment!

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  2. Read your post this morning in the paper. Congrats Shurlie. I gotta try that pear and cardamon sauce, sounds amazing!!

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  3. Surely delicious! I love fritters.

    Happy Hannukah!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  4. Congrats Shulie! These fritters look great :)

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  5. Congrats on the feature! By the way, I finally made latkes too for my husband potluck with a bit fusion of SE Asian,by adding fish sauce. :)

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  6. Happy Hanukkah to you and your family. Enjoy the holidays and congratulations on the feature. I love latkes, and this sounds wonderful!

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  7. I'm so proud of you for the feature. I know how hard you've worked on it. I tried to buy one at B & N and they didn't have any. Your latkes look just perfect and I love this sauce. Happy Hanukkah sweet friend. xo

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  8. Congratulations Shulie! So proud of you! I think that's a great beginning to a wonderful year! Happy Hanukkah!

    The latkes look perfect but its the sauce that catches my eye. Pear, lime and cardamom seem to be paired just perfectly.

    Love the shot of the pears! Stunning I say.

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  9. Those latkes are beauties. I made some with carrot and potatoes and they also have a sunny look. I am planning on making apple latkes with ricotta tomorrow. I do love latkes. Wish, I could taste yours.
    Happy Chanukah.

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  10. Congratulations on being featured in the Washington Post, Shulie. I love latkes and these are certainly inspired with the pear,lime, cardamom sauce. Happy Hanukkah to you and your family!

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  11. Congrats on the Washington Post feature! Happy Holidays to you and your family.

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  12. Congrats Shulie.......these are a perfect treat .

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  13. Congratulations on the Washington Post feature Shulie! Love this latke recipe and the wonderful sauce. Happy Chanukah to you and your family.

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  14. WOW! CONGRATULATIONS! well deserved!!! (i wish they had more of your lovely pics on there) i love the potato onion fritters with the indian spices :D and the delicate touch of pear in the sauce :). deliciousness!

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  15. wow ! congrats on being featured on the Washington post ! love this recipe and will try it out next week. So glad you joined our tribe :)

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  16. Yay you Shulie. Congrats on the feature, and so well deserved! Those Indian inspired latkes sound fabulous, and the pear sauce? Yummm! Happy holidays dear girl!

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  17. Congrats on your feature and thanks for sharing the latke article! Filing it away for sure :)

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  18. Happy Chanukah. Happy latkes. You have some great recipes.

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  19. Hope you had a wonderful Chanukah :) Congrats on the feature -- so deserving :)

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  20. Oh this looks so great! I am killing trees printing recipes - seriously - need a cookbook - seriously! Jenny

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