|by Alex Barker|
This authoritative and beautiful bookprovides essential information on preparing storing and cooking potatoes, opening with an alphabetical index ...
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Grate potatoes and onion together. Do Not drain off liquid. Add beaten egg. Add flour. Add more if batter is runny. Fry in oil until brown and edges ...
Fry the bacon ... skillet. Drop the potato mixture into the ... go. Flatten each pancake with a spatula ... warm until all the pancakes have been cooked.
Wash and peel ... ingredients together. Fry pancakes in hot oil in skillet until brown and crisp on both sides. Serve with apple sauce. Serve while hot.
Grate potatoes in ... salt; stir well. Fry in pan with small amount of oil. Pancakes are done when golden brown on both sides. Make dollar size pancakes.
Put the potatoes and onion through a food processor/chopper. Grate. Add egg, flour, baking powder, salt and pepper. Mix well. Drop the batter by ...
Combine first 3 ... batter for each pancake into oil, leaving ... heat until golden brown and crisp on one side. Turn carefully and brown on other side.
Shred enough potatoes ... about 1/4 cup potato mixture for each pancake and spread with ... bacon fat as needed to prevent sticking.) Makes 16 pancakes.
Grate potatoes, carrot and onion. Add egg and salt, nutmeg and parsley flakes. Add flour gradually, mix thoroughly. Drop 1 tablespoon at a time into ...
Grate potatoes and ... large iron skillet, heat cooking oil; drop mixture into hot oil (about 2 inches pancakes). Brown to crisp on both sides. Serve hot.
Peel, shred and ... drain thoroughly. Spread potato and onion on ... 3 1/2 inch pancake (for each pancake). ... applesauce and sour cream. Makes 10-12 pancakes.
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