Delicious Sage-Infused Sweet Potato Latkes with a Fresh Apple Twist

Latkes are traditional Jewish potato pancakes commonly eaten during Hanukkah. This recipe adds a fall twist by incorporating sweet potatoes, sage, and apple. To make the latkes, shred dried sweet potato and apple, mix with onion, eggs, matzo meal, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sage. Fry the mixture in a skillet until golden brown. Serve the latkes with fried sage leaves, sour cream, and/or applesauce. Leftover latkes can be crisped in an air fryer or refried in a pan. Matzo meal, a finely ground unleavened bread, can be substituted with flour. Shredding the vegetables in a food processor saves time. Proper frying technique ensures the latkes turn out crispy and delicious.