воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes

Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes


Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes


Thank so much will definitely be trying this soon.


I grew up eating tater cakes. They’re delicious!


WOW…Potato heaven here. I saw this post on Melt in your Mouth Mondays Blog Hop and had to see it to save it! Thanks :o)


This is a fantastic idea. Love the play on a loaded baked potato. Pinning these to try. Saw them on melt in your month monday.


I love this idea and can be so savory and a different texture on the plate. YUM


YUM! I pnned this so I can remember to make them when we have an overload of potatoes from the garden in the fall/winter


Good morning! I found your post at Lil’ Luna’s link party! This is such a great recipe idea and it’s definitely a must-try! I would like to invite you to my party to link up this recipe for others to see! http://home-styled.blogspot.com/2013/04/link-party-show-your-style-sunday-5.html


I’m drooling over here, looks soooo yummy. Thanks for the recipe!


These look absolutely incredible! Just pinned!


Love potatoes, these are a great idea! Pinning


Lori


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Can these be baked instead?


I haven’t tried it but I bet they could! I would suggest brushing with a little bit of butter before putting them in the oven! Let us know how it works out for you!


Betty


I have been looking for a recipe like this for years. My mother used to bake these often and we loved them! She took the basic recipe (just potatoes, flour, eggs S&P I think) mixed it well and shaped it into a large disk on a cookie sheet. She didn’t brush the top with anything, that I remember anyway, and baked it at 350* until it was baked. I just tried one recently and it baked for about an hour, but I guess it depends upon the size, too. They were so crispy and full of mashed potato flavor and a great way to use up the left over mashed potatoes (OK we never had any left over mashed potatoes, there were too many of us!)


That sounds delicious too! And really nice and simple to just pop it in the oven! Thank you for sharing!


These are also delicious with applesauce on top, jalapeño jelly, peach or apricot preserves, just adds that net little taste


Making tonight. Will try them with apple sauce. sounds like a neat addition


I just tried these and they were really good. They were also pretty simple to throw together. Thanks for sharing this recipe.


Question for you – can you make these potato cakes using instant potatoes? They look so darn yummy!


I am sure you could! I have never tried but the consistency is the same so I would think it would work! If you do try it, please let us know how they turn out!


do they freeze well? I’m sure it is delicious, and I’d love to make some extra to throw in the freezer for right after my little guy gets here in Oct, since I won’t be cooking so much then… I would probably reheat in the oven, I think.


I’ve never tried it!! You can buy frozen stuffed potatoes which is very similar so I would think it would work!


This is not a new idea. These were fairly standard fare when I was growing up. They were called potato latkes. The version I grew up on contained no meat of any kind. They contained potato, the seasonings of your choice and enough fat to fry them. Theey were delicious!1


My mom made these for years, she only added the two eggs to whatever potatoes she had left. Then she would not even measure the flour, she just added until it stuck together. She didn’t add any more salt and pepper because they were already in the potatoes. Then she would cook them like pan cakes. The kids ate them better that way and just after World War II there wasn’t a lot of extra things to add.


Wow these look awesome, will be giving this recipe a try soon!


I made these tonight using instant mashed potatoes. The outside was crispy and the inside was smooth mashed potato texture… These are nothing like Potato Latkes…These taste like mashed potatoes had a baby with a baked potato and then eloped with a tater tot. The only latke recipe i use is very authentic and prepared entirely different. No mashing of anything!


* which i was going for since im used to latkes and wanted something entirely different. Delish recipe!


So glad you enjoyed it! I agree, definitely not a latke (which are one of my personal favorite!!). I use a cheese shredder for my Latkes!


Love them with apple sauce


50 years ago, as starving students and new graduates we used to “Dine” off a version of these. Mashed Potato, Flour, Raw Egg, and ITALIAN HERB SEASONING. Formed into thin, maybe 1-3 rd ” thick patties then fried till golden brown. Meanwhile also fry; sunny side-up or easy-over, one egg for every two patties. Sandwich an egg between the patties and enjoy. Liz


That sounds fantastic!!!


I will have to try this!!! Sooo delicious!


I grew up on these made in a simply fashion: left-over mashed potatoes, egg, & enough flour to thicken. They were fried in bacon grease (kept in a tin container on the back of the stove) so therefore didn’t need to actually add the bacon bits.


Love this recipe! My fave restaurant serves Parmesan potato cakes with dill sauce. So yummy to use those ingredients with it.


I confess that I cheat. I use bob Evans prepared mashed potatoes. Just add some extra flour since they’re a bit thin otherwise.


We always made cakes with leftover mashed potatoes! You can freeze for soup thickening and my grandmother made the best mashed potato doughnuts and pioneer candy.


Using them to thicken soup is such a great idea Annie! Thank you for sharing!


I love finding and trying new recipes.


These are great – a fantastic way to use left over mashed potato – and all winners with the flavors! My family will love these!


So glad it was a hit with your family, it’s one of our favorites too!


These Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes make an amazing side dish or light dinner or lunch! These are the perfect way to enjoy leftover potatoes and the flavor combinations are endless!


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If you’re anything like me, I always seem to make extra mashed potatoes ‘just in case’. I’m not sure why because I’ve never run out but somehow I always end up with leftovers.


Of course they’re good to just reheat or to use in Loaded Mashed Potato Egg Rolls but my absolute favorite way to enjoy them is this recipe. Mashed potato pancakes make leftover mashed potatoes (with a few easy additions), into a new family favorite!


You can just add a little cheese and seasonings to make a side but if you want to turn this into a light meal or hearty lunch, add in some leftover chicken or turkey (or even stuffing)!


Mashed potatoes are easy to make (and even easier to make in the crock pot) so I often will boil up some potatoes just so we have enough mashed potatoes to make these mashed potato cakes!


You can really get creative with the seasonings and add ins in this easy recipe! Pretty much anything in your fridge is game… add some spices & herbs, a little bit of meat/protein and whatever veggies you have on hand!


A few of our favorite combos include:


ham, cheddar, red bell pepper, squeeze of dijon


leftover taco meat, corn, cheese


pepperoni, oregano, green pepper, mozzarella


leftover chicken/turkey, poultry seasoning, leftover stuffing


sundried tomatoes, oregano & basil, fresh mozzarella


anything in your fridge


They can be topped with sour cream, extra bacon bits, sautéed veggies, ketchup, sausage and eggs, basically anything you might have handy!


Items you’ll need for this recipe


* Mashed Potatoes * Frying Pan * Cheese *


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