February 12th, 2007|
By Mark Lishchynsky (Marco)
Here's the ingredients:
2 onions (lemon size of larger) Onions are a VITAL ingredient and more could be used.
1 C. flour
1 C. breadcrumbs
4 large eggs (more if only whites are used)
Salt (to taste) Potatoes usually need quite a bit of salt
Preheat a large frypan.
Add about 1/8 to 1/4 inch of cooking oil (I use Mazola) Lower heat to medium. More oil will be needed for next batch etc., etc.
Ladle potato mixture into hot oil and flatten a bit with ladle. (The pancakes should be about 1/4 thick and about 4-5 inches in diameter).
Fry till golden brown on one side (4-5 min.), flip and cook till done (3-4 min.)
Place cooked pancakes on plate lined with paper towel in 200 degree oven to keep warm (if you can actually hold your appetite).
I prefer these with sour cream only. But of course the traditional (American) apple sauce won't hurt either.
If you have time cheesecloth and the inclination, you COULD squeeze out a bit/half of the water from the blended potatoes before you add the other ingredients. I do not do this but............ ~ Mark
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