Hanukkah Party Menu Ideas for a Traditional Celebration
Hanukkah is an eight-day celebration during December that begins on Kislev. There are many different types of foods you may find on the menu during these eight days. Here are just a few:
Men may include Flaming Tea, Sweet Italian Bolo, Gingerbread house, Menorah Cake, Turkish Nut Cake, and Chicken for a main meal. Most of the menu items will be fried, whether they're sweet or savory.
For fried chicken you will need 1 chicken or 4 chicken breasts. You will also need 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 eggs, one lemon, ground pepper and salt. You will also need flour. You take the chicken and pour the lemon juice, oil and salt and pepper over the chicken. You will then beat the eggs. You will coat the chicken in flour and then dip it in the eggs. Heat the olive oil in the pan and then fry the meat until cooked.
Potato and Apple Souffle: you will need 1 large potato peeled and grated, 1 small apple peeled and grated, 2 eggs separated, 2 tablespoons of sugar, 1/3 cup of flour, te teaspoon salt, and oil for frying. You combine the potatoes, apple, and egg yolks. You will then add the sugar, flour, and salt. You will then beat the egg whites until you form stiff peaks and fold it into the batter. In a tablespoon sized drop you will drop the batter into the oil to fry until golden brown.
You can have many different types of food at your Hanukkah celebrations. This will often depend on family traditions as much as anything else. With a few ideas like those above, you can make your family Hanukkah deliciously memorable and create a few traditions of your own.