Latkes and Doughnuts: 10 Hanukkah Indulgences

Last week we offered a selection of healthy Hanukkah recipes—but let's be honest: this holiday is all about oil, whether you like it or not. Here's a menu full of fried goodness, from traditional doughnuts to decidedly non-Jewish Thai fried chicken. And with the holiday nearing its end, you can probably get away with sneaking in one or two of these recipes before your post-Hanukkah detox.

Latkes and Doughnuts: 10 Hanukkah Indulgences
Time to break out the oil for potato pancakes and more.

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