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This recipe is really yummy I served it with eggs but used left over corned meat (not the canned type) which I think added to it - I have also made this replacing the grated potatoe with mashed - that was even better
My GirlFriend made this dish while I was at work. She said they were nice and crunchy when they came out of the oil. However when I got home 4 hours later they were soft and not very good looking. However I found out today that they are very good tasting when put on a saltine cracker with mustard green onione slices and lettuce. I enjoyed them as a snack and will get my GirlFriend to try them this way and we will make this again. Thanks for sharing.
never thought i would see this recipe on here..I have been makeing this for years..I omit the egg..the secret to hold them togeather is a dash of milk & butter..I never use flour..sometimes I beat a egg & coat the patties..one of my family's favorite..cook on med heat to brown..
I need to make these again. I used a reviewers recommendation to use mashed potato instead but found the results more conducive to a casserole dish layered with muenster than to a frying pan. It fell apart and disintegrated in the oil. The bit we did put in the casserole was good but needed more seasoning. I'll do it again with grated potato and then will repost.
was a little wetter than i was expecting or hoping for but once i got it into the pan was great! the temp of the cooker and the time are directly related...... it took me a few tries to get it right but it turned out GREAT!:D