The traditional potato pancakes are made even better with a little cannabis
Potato pancakes are found in a number of different cultures around the world. In Bulgaria, they’re called patatnik. In Romania, they’re called tocini. In Jewish culture, they’re called latkes and are a typical addition to Hanukkah. While delicious in their original form, they’re made even better with a little bit of cannabis.
To make cannabis-infused latke, the recipe is simple and the total preparation time shouldn’t be more than 20 minutes. Start with:
4 medium-sized russet potatoes
3 eggs, beaten
2 T. matzo meal
6 T. of cannabis-infused cooking oil
2 t. kosher salt
½ t. coarse black pepper
Applesauce and sour cream to garnish
Pour the infused oil into a large skillet and set the burner to medium heat. Peel the potatoes and cut into quarters. Put them in a food processor that can cut them into long strips. Combine the potatoes with the eggs, matzo meal, salt and pepper. Drop large spoonfuls of the mixture into the skillet – leaving room between each one – and press down to create a circular shape. Fry for four minutes on each side; once they’re crisp, transfer to a paper towel or a plate and let them cool. Top according to preference and enjoy!
The recipe should produce six latkes and will provide about 5mg of THC each. The actual amount of THC will depend on the strength of the product and the desired potency.