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Potato Cakes

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Very simple and very nice.

 

About 250g mashed potato - I cook the potato whole in the microwave.

About 125g plain flour

1 teaspoon of baking powder

1 tablespoon of cooking oil

Sufficient water to form a thick dough.

Salt & pepper to season.

Add cheese of herbs or other suitable flavours to your taste.

 

Mix all ingredients together, form into four or six flat cakes and shallow fry in a little fat until brown and cooked through.

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Sounds quite nice pops. I may well have a go with that recipe. 

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It's very flexible - hence the approximations. You just need half as much flour as spud. Baking powder is not essential but does make for a lighter cake.

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Is my memory playing tricks - or in the distant past did andsome really claim to be the Forum's master chef.

 

Pops now deserves that title.

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I never claimed it, I was appointed for some reason. Pops is welcome to the job.

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11 minutes ago, andsome said:

I never claimed it, I was appointed for some reason. Pops is welcome to the job.

I don't recall you denying it at the time. Your tiger roll with lashings of onion and crushed elephant slices was legendary.

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Why deny it, I always had more time then. ‘Er indoors hands were not so bad then.

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