Barbecue Latkes:

Prepare latkes according to the potato latkes package, but whatever amount of water this package calls for, replace 1/3 of it with barbecue sauce.
For example, if using Streit's Potato Pancake Mix, and the package says to add 2 eggs and 2 cups of water to the mix, go ahead and use the 2 eggs, but add only 1 1/3 cups of water, along with 2/3 cup of barbecue sauce, to the mix.

Barbecue Latkes

Buffalo Ranch Latkes:

This is similar to the barbecue latkes recipe. However, instead of using barbecue sauce, use an equal amount of a 50-50 blend of wing sauce and ranch dressing. By utilizing the above example, 2 eggs and 1 1/3 cups of water, along with 1/3 cup of wing sauce and 1/3 cup of ranch dressing, would be added to the mix.

Aish (Hebrew for "fire") Latkes:

Using the recipe for Barbecue Latkes, above, add one teaspoon of Mad Dog 357 hot sauce (or some other very hot sauce) to the mixture.
WARNING! Mad Dog 357 hot sauce, at a Scoville rating of 357,000 units, is NOT for the faint of heart! Warn those to whom you might serve these latkes. I—and my web site,—disclaim responsibility for this fiery food and all other recipes presented on any of these web pages (including, of course, my recipe scrapbook).

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