|The Great Potato Book|
|by Florence Fabricant|
Rescued from infamy by Sir Walter Raleigh in the 16th century, the potato has long since become the world's ultimate comfort food.
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Cook potatoes in ... floured board. Heat lefse griddle to hot. ... to 450 degrees.) On a dry griddle "fry" each side until brown bubbles. Remove and cool.
Peel potatoes leaving ... butter, sugar, baking powder; mix together. ... flour as you do this. Bake on lefse grill or electric skillet. Cover and let cool.
Bring water and ... and pour over potato mixture and mix ... bake on a lefse pan or flat ... to steam. Good with butter and sugar if you like them sweet.
Ahead of time, ... when rolling the lefse. Shape dough ... completely cool, fold in eighths. Wrap in plastic wrap, put in Zip Lock bags and freeze. Makes 7 lefse.
Cook peeled potatoes, ... Crisco, salt, baking powder, sugar and ... with each part. Make into small patties, roll thin, bake on hot grill. Makes 50 lefse.
Melt butter in ... mixture of dry potato flakes, sugar, salt, dry milk powder in bowl; mix ... spread with butter. Roll to enclose filling. Yield: 4 dozen.
Cook potatoes (peeled) ... Rice with a potato ricer. Measure 3 ... butter, salt, baking powder and sugar. Mix ... once. Carefully lift lefse with turning stick ... moist. Cool before packaging.
Mix dry ingredients. ... (preferably overnight). Divide potato mixture into 3 ... and bake on 475 degree griddle. Makes about 5-7 dozen depending on size.
Put potatoes through ... salt, sugar, baking powder and flour just ... with cloth covered rolling pin. Remove with lefse stick and place on hot lefse grill.
Mix ingredients well. ... floured board a small amount to fit griddle. Roll them thin and cook quickly. After each lefse, wipe excess flour off griddle.
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