1. Grate potatoes and place in a colander to dry. You can also dry them in batches between your hands, but don't leave them for long or they may darken.
2. Mix together onions, potato, salt, pepper, nutmeg, eggs and wheat flour.
3. Heat a pan with 1/2 tablespoons of oil. Drop potato mixture by tablespoons and flatten each pancake as you drop them.
4. Cook until golden then turn to brown the other side. Remove to paper towels.
5. Fry in batches until all the mixture is used up.
6. Serve at once topped with no-fat sour cream and chives if you like or just as is as a side.
You would think it's a pancake or cookie or some other baked goodie, but these sweet potato latkes make a perfect side dish for breakfast or dinner to replace the starchy spuds! And it’s a handy snack as well. These are a welcome addition to holiday menus. The ultimate comfort food: soft, a bit messy and delicious. It's wonderful to find something so naturally sweet isn't it? Sweet potatoes are great mashed, fried or baked. But shaped them into patties and brown them in a pan, and they will be the main att