I have latkes in the freezer, awaiting Thanksgivikkah. Should I defrost them before baking or pop them directly into the oven?
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Have they been cooked already and you're reheating? If so, then I'd lay them out on a baking sheet, let them partially defrost, then put them in the oven.
Yes, I fried the latkes and put them directly on disposable foil pans w/o draining on paper towels.
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