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Dec 6, 2012 06:46 AM

Re-heating latkes

If made the night before and fried, what is the best way to re-heat?

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  1. on cookie sheets in a 450 degee oven for about 6 minutes on each side. As ovens vary, as do the thickness of your latkes you should try a test batch. The timing above is based on a 3/8" thick latke coming direct from refrigerator into a fully preheated oven.
    Your latkes should have enough grease in them not to require spraying the cookie sheet with Pam.

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    1. re: bagelman01

      Do you have any advice on reheating frozen (homemade) latkes?

      1. re: serenarobin

        increase time to 9-10 minutes per side for 3/8" thick latkes.

        1. re: bagelman01

          Thanks- it worked perfectly! I made and froze the latkes a few days ago and reheated for a motzei shabbos get-together.

          1. re: serenarobin

            glad it vworked, we also used latkes I had made and frozen last night as the kids were in a hurry to collect gifts and head out to holiday parties.
            This afternoon we'll have fresh, a dairy lunch with the in-laws and in addition to potato, my wife will make her great cottage cheese latkes (very thin, crispy and sweetz).

    2. Thanks bagelman01 -great help.