This is a very tasty dish I made this up last night when I couldn't find a recipe for what I wanted. I just used what I had on hand. I food-processed 3 small leftover rolls to make the bread crumbs. My husband, 21 year-old veggie-picky son, and I loved it. Tastes like gourmet-restaurant fare.
I developed this way to freeze corn when other methods came out watery, mushy or tasteless. The butter puts a seal around the kernels the lets it keep crunch and the flavor in. I do about 2-3 batches per year and it keeps me through to next season. Number of ears will vary depending on size.
This is my Dad's recipe!!! Brilliant low fat & EASY roasted potato wedges with freshly ground black pepper and olive oil. I have also added garlic, lemon wedges, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary, cumin, chilli.......the list is endless! I have posted the basic recipe and it is obviously easy to add whatever you like, depending on the mood, season & type of meal you are serving. For example, rosemary is great with lamb dishes; thyme and oregano marries wonderfully with Italian & French cuisine; garlic and lemons are GREAT with roast chicken. The basic peppered recipe is still my favourite though - I use fleur de sel (local sea salt) in mine - but any coarse salt will be fine. I have given measurements for about 4 people......it is easily adapted up or down however!
I worked at Ruby Tuesdays for many years and this is how they made em'. Great Football food or snack with a movie. I always have to make more when I make them for Football parties because they are gobbled up quickly.
This recipe is originally from an issue of Bon Apetit. It's very rich and makes a great side dish for a special meal. If you have a Cuisinart, use it, it will make the recipe a snap by eliminating the tedious slicing of the potatoes. Make sure to use a high quality of Gruyere cheese, some are very oily. I use Boar's Head here at home. Also make sure to stick to the amount of cheese listed as too much will make the dish greasy - even if you do use a high quality cheese.
I have been making these for over 20 years, I usually get about 15 patties but it depends on the size of the batter that you drop in the pan, these are better if fried to very brown and crispy, you can make a double recipe, fry them then freeze them on a tray then pop them into freezer bags, then just warm them in the oven to crisp up, they are very addicting and I can tell you I eat half before they even get to the table lol! If you plan on doubling the recipe then make two separate recipes in two bowls, I have doubled the recipe into one bowl and for some reason they just are not as good --- if desired you could add in a slightly beaten large egg and reduce the milk by 1/4 cup --- you will *love* these! also see my
I think this might have been a WW recipe, but I really can't be sure. I know I've changed it somewhat if it was. This is good for potlucks when you want to make something the night before. I've also done it in a crock pot instead of in the oven (2-3 hours on low) and it comes out great.