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Classic Potato Pancakes

Classic Potato Pancakes


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Ingredients

  • 1 Pound russet potatoes, grated
  • 1/2 onion, grated
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 Cup bread flour
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt

Directions

Combine all the ingredients.

In a cast iron pan, on medium heat, fry the pancakes until golden brown.

Serve with sour cream and applesauce.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving142

Total Fat1g2%

Sugar1gN/A

Saturated0.4g2%

Cholesterol40mg13%

Protein5g10%

Carbs28g9%

Vitamin A17µg2%

Vitamin B60.4mg21.6%

Vitamin C8mg13%

Vitamin D0.2µg0.1%

Vitamin E0.2mg0.8%

Vitamin K2µg3%

Calcium26mg3%

Fiber2g8%

Folate (food)27µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)49µg12%

Folic acid13µgN/A

Iron2mg9%

Magnesium31mg8%

Monounsaturated0.4gN/A

Niacin (B3)2mg9%

Phosphorus96mg14%

Polyunsaturated0.3gN/A

Potassium519mg15%

Riboflavin (B2)0.1mg7.9%

Sodium312mg13%

Thiamin (B1)0.2mg11.6%

Zinc0.6mg3.8%

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Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.


Ina Garten's Perfect Potato Pancakes

I have always made potato pancakes with grated potatoes for crisp pancakes, but I've also thought about making them with mashed potatoes for creamy ones. When I read that Andrew Zimmern's grandmother made potato pancakes with both of them together, I had an aha! moment. Even better!

Make-ahead tip: Prepare the mixture and refrigerate for several hours. Fry just before serving or up to 30 minutes ahead. Place on a sheet pan, and reheat at 400 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.