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Freezing/defrosting/reheating potato latkes


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Freezing/defrosting/reheating potato latkes

Judith | Dec 21, 2008 07:28 AM

Last week I made a trial batch of latkes. They came out pretty good, and I froze about a dozen. Last night I reheated them on a cookie sheet and they were soft and much less crispy than when they were fresh. Is there a good way to freeze and reheat them? Also, I'm making them for company this week. If I make them a few hours ahead, is there any good way to keep them warm? I could make them on the spot, but then I end up smelling and feeling like a latke, not my favorite way to greet the guests, although I'll do it if there's no other way :-)

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