These turned out great for me. I followed the recipe step by step. I sprayed my pan with Pam instead of using the vegetable oil. Cooked on low heat and they turned out so good. Thanks for the great recipe. I will be making this again.
I used some leftovers from Pam's Mashed Potato Casserole#66442 to make this with. I subbed cheddar for the mozzarella,but otherwise folllowed the instructions pretty much to the letter. My mix was a teeny bit wet,but my mash did have cream cheese and milk in it before hand,so it was to be expected.They did hold together very well though..I just was very careful while frying them to ensure that they didn't break up. They went down a storm,beautifully crisp and crunchy on the outside and so soft and cheesy in the centre. We loved them,and as they were no trouble to prepare will certainly be cooking extra mash potato in the future,as an excuse to make them! Thanks gailanng..this was a winner! Made for PRMR.
I'm always looking for ways to use breadfruit "ulu" and this worked very well. I just replaced the potato with it, steamed the breadfruit and followed the directions. Very satisfying.
Added 1/4 cup of left over bacon in bits and some flour before making into pattie; needed to thicken up. Going for a loaded potato taste. <br/>I think the flour thickening needs to be to a point where it does not stick to your hands. <br/>Overall turned out great with added measures listed.
These were so good. A really great way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. Nice and crispy. I did use cheddar instead of mozzarella.
Great potato recipe. So nice and crunchy. Thanks for posting.
Very good and easy recipe! I followed this one step by step and they came out amazing
Great little potato pattie! I managed to keep mine together without adding flour, but may add some in the future. Used panko for a delicious crunch. Thanks for sharing!
Great little patties for breakfast. I miss read and added the egg to the patty but turned out great anyway. Just used panko and they fried up nicely.
We used chilled mashed potatoes, but the mixture was still a little too wet so I added about 1 heaped tablespoon of flour to bind it. Used panko instead of breadcrumbs. Surprisingly, even though the patties were soft, they held their shape during frying. My daughter said they were delicious albeit a little bland, so we added a sprinkling of salt on the patties and they were perfect. Thank you for sharing.