Rösti or latke?

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These two de­li­cious fritters, both with grated pota­toes as the main in­gre­di­ent, look much the same but dif­fer slightly. Ac­com­pa­ni­ments such as crispy ba­con, grated onion, cheese and fresh herbs go well with both! • Latkes are made from raw potato, bind­ing agents such as flour (some­times Matzo meal) and egg. They are tra­di­tion­ally shaped as small fried fritters and eaten with ap­ple sauce dur­ing the Jewish cel­e­bra­tion of Hanukkah. • For rösti, the potato is usu­ally par­boiled. It is of Swiss-Ger­man ori­gin and is served in the form of small fritters or as a pan-sized cake cut in slices.

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