Planning Your Chanukah Meals at Livonia Glatt Market

Planning Your Chanukah Meals at Livonia Glatt Market

With Chanukah approaching quickly, it’s time to start planning your holiday meals at Livonia Glatt Market. Livonia Glatt Market is stocked up and ready with all of your Chanukah favorites. You’ll find the ingredients to make the perfect Chanukah meals - from potatoes for Grandma’s secret latke recipe to premium grass-fed brisket.

Tradition forms the base of Chanukah meals. Because of the miracle of the oil, we eat many different fried foods during Chanukah. To commemorate Judith’s bravery for feeding Holofernes salty cheeses so he would become thirsty and wine so he would fall asleep, we eat dairy products as well. In addition to these traditions, a delicious main course of brisket has a place in many family traditions.

Fried Foods for Chanukah

From delicious latkes to traditional Israeli Sufganiot, a deep-fried, jelly-filled donut, you’ll find all of the ingredients necessary to carry out the Chanukah custom of serving fried food.

Grocery List for Sufganiot

  • Active dry yeast
  • All-purpose flour
  • Sugar
  • Margarine
  • Fine kosher or sea salt
  • Eggs
  • Jelly or jam (strawberry is recommended)
  • Canola oil
  • Powdered sugar

Grocery List for Latkes

  • Yukon Gold potatoes
  • Medium onion
  • 1 large or 2-3 small purple potatoes
  • Egg
  • All-purpose flour
  • Salt
  • Grapeseed or canola oil for frying

 

Dairy for Chanukah

Fortunately, commemorating Judith’s bravery comes easily for many shoppers, as cheese and dairy are convenient to incorporate in your Chanukah meals. Here are a few ideas for involving cheese in your Chanukah meals.

 

  • Breakfast quiche with shredded cheese of your liking and cream cheese
  • Cheese platter appetizer
  • Milkshakes for dessert
  • Cheese latkes (yes, you can combine both fried food and dairy with this one!)
  • Savory, cheesy chowder
  • Chocolate, any way you can incorporate it, from cake to cookies to other savory applications
  • Cheese blintzes

 

Kosher Holiday Food from Livonia Glatt Market

Chanukah is about more than fried food and dairy. When planning your holiday meals, Livonia Glatt Market has everything you need for a memorable and delicious Chanukah.

  • Grass-fed and corn-fed beef brisket and premium meats (Specialty cuts available, ask our butchers)
  • Premium produce, including organic options
  • Kosher cookies, cakes and treats
  • Gelt chocolate coins
  • A wide variety of wines

 

No matter what your Chanukah traditions are, Livonia Glatt Market has the kosher ingredients you need to prepare tasty meals for your friends and family over the holiday season.

Care to skip the lines? Try Livonia Glatt Market’s online ordering and kosher grocery delivery service in Los Angeles. Chanukah meal preparation has never been so easy. Get the shopping out of the way early and spend quality time with your family this holiday season.






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