Delicious, I also added bacon bits for a little extra flavor. If your a meat person.
Fantastic!!! What a delicious way to use up mashed potatoes!!! I now always make too much for dinner knowing the next day my family will be enjoying this wonderful recipe!!!!
I thought these were just great. We had a bunch of restaurant bought leftover mashed potatoes so they weren't as good as mine ;) but I needed to use them. I used 3 cups of mashed potatoes, two tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese and a heaping quarter cup of flour. I fried in a non stick skillet in about a tablespoon or more of coconut oil, about 7-8 at a time measuring out about 2 heaping tablespoons per pancake. I cooked them on medium low, just letting them brown until they were very crispy. I pressed each one gently so they would flatten and they were wonderful! Served with sour cream for the perfect zip. I will use this again, with homemade potatoes which will be even better. :)
Wonderful potato recipe. Quick and easy. Thanks for posting.
Add chopped hardwood-smoked bacon.
These were REALLY GOOD & easy to make!!! Normally, I use shredded raw potatoes for Potato Pancakes, but this is definite keeper!!! They were nice & crispy on the outside & just melt-in-your-mouth creamy inside. THANKS for sharing!!!
Easy fast and good. Fabulous way to use left overs!!!
I love it. I cut the recipe in half I used onion parsley and mashed potatoes from a roast i made the other night :)! I used a little bit more flour though i used a 3 tbsp. I added a pinch of salt and pepper while they were cooking and they were great!
The serving size was far off for our house. 1/4 cup of the mixture was enough for each person. We added cooked sausage and cheddar cheese before frying the pancake and topped it with a egg-over medium.
Great recipe! I love potato skins, though I never know what to do with the leftover potato...
I added garlic powder, snipped green onions and leftover bacon bits-YUMMY!! I cooked these in a nonstick pan that was sprayed with butter flavored cooking spray. I chilled the mixture prior to cooking and I noticed the second batch I made didn't hold up as well since the mixture was more room temperature rather than from the 'fridge