World-famous artichoke soups, pot stickers, bingsu, shmurakwurst—all classic dishes from your home country might conjure up images of hearty meals. But if you’re looking for something a little bit more creative, we’ve got you covered. Not only are foods of certain countries such as Polish borscht, Russian blini, Greek spanakopita, and Filipino arroz con gandules each beloved among home cooks and culinary experts alike, but they’re also intensely personal. So what are some recipes that are so similar to family favorites that we love them so much we’re terrified they could be the same dish all over again? In our quest to find the ultimate latke recipes from around the world, we found the best ways to make a healthy and tasty take on these oh-so-crunchy Jewish dishes. Scroll down to learn how to make them from around the world.
Recipes, courtesy of our friends at Richard James