Bet you’ve never tried a Sweet Potato Latke Benedict with Miso Hollandaise!
The most popular Hanukkah food is the latke—but I believe that latkes are meant to be made uniquely yours. Traditional Hanukkah menus are packed full of foods fried in oil to celebrate the miracle that happened long ago, when just one night’s worth of oil lit candles in the temple, and somehow, they burned brightly for eight nights.
Let’s think outside the box of potatoes, eggs and onions! This year, invite your significant other to get in the Hanukkah spirit with this brunch-worthy recipe for Sweet Potato Latke Eggs Benedict. It uses rich miso paste to make a creamy hollandaise sauce, and features perfectly runny poached eggs.