Hanukkah fried chicken Latka Fingers are for everyone
The holidays are almost here, and you know what that means: chicken fingers!?
Available today through Dec 24th, both of NYC's Sticky’s Finger Joint locations -- the city's first gourmet chicken finger restaurant chain -- will be doling out the world's first Hanukkah-inspired chicken finger, the Latka Finger, because honestly, regular latkes just aren't cutting it anymore.
This deep-fried holiday beaut is made from antibiotic-, hormone-, and cruelty-free chicken and is marinated in a buttermilk, onion, and applesauce mix. Then they coat it in a batter of grated onions, shredded potato, and matzoh meal and fry it to golden-brown perfection. And to top it off, every finger comes with sour cream and cinnamon applesauce for dipping, PLUS you'll also get a piece of Hanukkah gelt -- a traditional Jewish chocolate coin -- all for $4.95 a pop.
And if stuffing your face with festive chicky goodness isn't enough to fill you with holiday spirit, 10% of all proceeds from the sales of the Latka Finger will be donated to MAZON, a national nonprofit organization working to end hunger in the US and Israel.
Whether you're Jewish or not, fighting world hunger with Hanukkah fried chicken is a tradition we can all appreciate.