|James McNair's Potato Cookbook|
|by James McNair|
James McNair, master of the single-subject cookbook, offers a beautiful new full-color book focused on America's favorite vegetable--the potato.
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Beat all ingredients, then beat egg whites until stiff and fold in. Bake in greased muffin pan at 350 degrees until browned.
Heat oven to ... cup of the potato puffs (dry); set aside. ... Form into 16 balls, shaping each ... paprika. Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until light brown.
Mix all ingredients, drop by spoonsful on buttered baking sheet. Bake until light and brown.
Boil potatoes in ... portions of the mixture in bread crumbs to make small balls. Heat oil in a deep fryer or wok and deep fry the balls until golden brown.
Heat water in ... Chill 2 hours. Shape into balls. Heat oil in pan, put balls in pan until golden brown, drain. Use catsup for dip. Makes 25 to 30 puffs.
Heat water, milk, ... heat. Stir in potato mix (mixture will ... hours; shape into balls. Heat 1/2" ... to 2 minutes until golden brown. Yield: 2 dozen.
Mash sweet potatoes ... Shape into six balls (ice cream scoop). ... syrup. Top each with sweet potato ball. Simmer 10 - 12 minutes spooning syrup over top.
Mix potatoes, onion, ... pepper together and roll into balls. Roll potato balls in cornflake crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Yield: Makes 8 puffs.
Cook potatoes in ... 1 1/2 inch balls. Dip balls ... serving. Makes about 2 dozen. Can be frozen or 2 days in advance, for refrigerated storage. Can be doubled.
Peel potatoes. Boil ... Chill. Form into balls; roll in ... serve: Place frozen puffs on baking sheet. ... puffs only until they brown, 5 to 10 minutes.
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