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Apple and cinnamon latkes

Latkes don't have to be savoury. These sweet, apple versions are perfect for a Chanukah pud.

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    • Mix the eggs with the orange juice.
    • In separate bowl, mix the flour, sugar, vanilla sugar and cinnamon together.
    • Combine the two mixtures and add the grated apples.
    • Heat the oil in a frying pan, and with a tablespoon, form your latkes and fry them for about 2 minutes each, turning them over to give them a nice golden colour on both sides. Put them on a plate lined with kitchen paper to absorb the excess oil.
    • Serve with a dip of natural yogurt or crème fraiche and some honey. If you love cinnamon you can dust some on the fried latkes together with some icing sugar.

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