Golden Beet Latkes + Hamilton Beach Giveaway

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So I woke up this week and realized that it’s already the middle of December. The snow clued me in a little, but the giant 8 ft. tall santa and reindeer on my neighbor’s lawn is probably what really did me in. Anyways, it’s December and the holidays are almost here and I’m over the moon about it. Can’t you tell?

With Chanukah almost here, I need to continue my tradition of coming up with some new latke recipes. On last year’s menu, there were some carrot ginger latkes and some wild mushroom & roasted garlic latkes. Both were amazing. How could I top that? I really wanted to go for something somewhat simple for my first latke of the season. You really have to ease into it. I decided to turn to one of my favorite root veggies. Golden beets. I definitely don’t show enough love for the humble golden beet often enough. So a latke it must be.


Hamilton Beach recently sent me their Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor to check out and use in my holiday cooking. What better way to test out a food processor then to abuse using it during my latke making fest?! It really is the perfect way to check out what it’s made of.

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I loved the simplicity of the set up as I took it out of the box. Everything just stacked together. There was very little question as to what piece goes where. I also loved how the shredding disc is reversible. One side slices and one side shreds. Another thing I noted as I took hold of the new appliance was how light it is. It didn’t feel cumbersome in my arms or on my kitchen counter.

When it got down to making the machine work, I was also pleasantly surprised and impressed. Beets are much firmer than potatoes, so I figured that shredding the beets would be a pretty good test. When I placed the beets in the feeding tube and pushed down, the beets were shredded in seconds! The machine was really strong and worked really well!

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Later in the day, I tested the machine with some dried fruit and nuts. I tested with that mixture because I knew it would be difficult to cut through. and it’s what I used for charoset at Pesach. If this machine can handle my Passover Charoset, then it definitely is a winner! And lo and behold, it worked! It attacked the dried apricots and figs with gusto!

I didn’t think that a budget-friendly machine would work for me, but so glad that this Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor works well! This food processor would be the perfect addition to my year-round kitchen gear AND for my pesach kitchen gear. I love how this machine processes the food so fast and is so easy to handle. I also love that it comes with the extra shredding and slicing disc.  I would definitely recommend this food processor to anyone! Good news for you, I’ve got one of these Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor to give away!

Anyways, back to these golden beet latkes.

Here’s what I did.

I washed and peeled the beets and onions and then I quartered them. I processed them in the food processor with the shredding disc.

I transferred the mixture to a bowl and then added the chopped garlic, chopped dill, salt and pepper, egg and the flour. I mixed everything together well.

I then heated up some oil in my fry pan, shaped the mixture in to latke patties and then fried them until browned and crispy on both sides. I drained the latkes on paper towels.

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I served the latkes with sour cream, though next time, I think I will serve them with a nice lemon aioli.

These latkes are delicious.

Check out the recipe below and don’t forget to enter to win your own Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor!

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Golden Beet Latkes
  • 3 golden beets
  • 2 small onions
  • 2 tbsp. fresh dill, chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, chopped
  • 6 tbsp. almond flour, (you can also use regular all-purpose flour)
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tsp. salt
  • 2 tsp. fresh ground pepper
  • Additional salt and pepper to taste
  • Oil for frying
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  1. Wash, peel and quarter the beets
  2. peel and quarter the onions
  3. Using the shredding disc on your food processor, shred the beets and onions.
  4. Transfer to a large mixing bowl and add the rest of the ingredients
  5. Mix everything together well
  6. Form beet mixture in to thin patties and fry in hot oil until browned on both sides.
  7. Drain on paper towels.
  8. Serve with some sour cream and dill or a lemon aioli.
  9. Enjoy!

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**Hamilton Beach provided me with this food processor to review, but all opinions and the recipe are my own.

About Hindy Garfinkel


  1. melindakitchentested says

    These latkes are the first thing I would make!! Perfect for my diet 🙂

  2. I love latkes! Thank you for the contest and this recipe!!!

  3. Potato kugel- I only have a mini processor and it takes too long

  4. Oh, I totally would try the beet latkes – I adore golden beets.

  5. Lynda A Bellows says

    Zucchini latkes! I had them at Whole Foods and have been wanting to try them at home.

  6. these look awazing. Beets are a new favorite for me.

  7. I’d try the beet latkes for sure. I had fun experimenting with zucchini latkes recently.

  8. the classic potato latke is the favorite in my house

  9. I would make lumpia. mmmm haven’t made it in forever since my food processor died a few years ago!

  10. I would make our family’s favorite cranberry relish!

  11. Shayndy Abrahamson says

    Potato latkes. That’s what’s up next!

  12. Rochelle Epstein says

    I would love one as I do all my chopping etc by hand 🙂

  13. I would be grinding up nuts for Baklava

  14. Sharon Blajev says

    Zucchini or potato latkes

  15. I think I’d make hummus first! Then I’d try latkes again. The first time was not a success.

  16. Aaron Hutcherson says

    I love using a food processor to make pie dough!

  17. Nechama Maler Leibowitz says

    I would probably make my mother’s eggplant salad first 🙂

  18. at this time of year? Latkes, what else?

  19. Shoshana Ohriner says

    I would use it for everything! But probably mostly shredding things for latkes or hash.

  20. latkes and potato kugel!

  21. kugels!

  22. I’d make hummus!

  23. I’ve never made latkes before, but I love the sound of this recipe and would definitely try them out in the food processor. 🙂

  24. Hmm. I think these latkes look good; I think I would try them first.

  25. Courtney C. says


  26. I think I would make hummus; that’s one of those things that you just can’t really make by hand (or even in a blender).
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  27. Chrystal J. says

    I would make some salsa and guacamole.

  28. I would make pico de gallo. Thanks for the giveaway! DamianMom at yahoo dot com

  29. Marilyn Nawara says

    I would make my delicious salsa

  30. I would make sofrito 😀

  31. some bomb salsa

  32. latkes, of course!

  33. i could always use more kitchen gadgets!

  34. Allen Francis says


  35. potato kugel

  36. shredded cabbage for sauerkraut!

  37. Michele Stross says

    Latkes, latkes, and more latkes! Then some sweet potato latkes — just for me.

  38. Molly Pitcher says

    latkes of course!

  39. Cathy Osborne says

    I totally wanted to try a new hummus recipe until I saw this latke recipe

  40. i would make cole slaw

  41. Michelle Igou Klingen says

    I would like to make salsa

  42. I would make salsa

  43. alicia szemon says

    i would make some crust for my cheese cake! I always have to steal my moms food processor cause i don’t have one! lol.

  44. The first thing I would make is homemade pesto!

  45. I would make homemade salsa

  46. Pamela Gurganus says

    The first thing I would make is hummus.

  47. I would make a fresh salsa.

  48. Probably to make dough for an apple pie!

  49. I would make guacamole or carrot salad.

  50. I’d make salsa and hummus!

  51. Thomas Murphy says

    I would make salsa.

  52. AmandaSakovitz says

    id love to make hummus

  53. Crafts Onthego says

    i would make almond meal

  54. I’d make Pesto!!

  55. I would most definitely make some fresh salsa!

  56. julie matek says

    I would make my own fresh salsa

  57. i would make some pesto

  58. Bridgett Wilbur says

    My kids want me to make them carrot cake

  59. Angela saver says

    I would make homemade marinara sauce & almond butter!

  60. Latkes and more latkes!

  61. I’d make falafel. Or anything that involves grinding up beans and nuts.

  62. Potato latkes! I love latkes and don’t have a food processor currently. I would love this!

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