Yum! Thanks to your recipe, I now know that the secret to making good potato pancakes (or hash browns ;) is to squeeze the water out before frying the potatoes. Never could get these to work before... Thanks for posting!
Off the chart! These were very easy and sooooo delicious! Better than the ones I grew up with. Thanks.
These pancakes were delicious, crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. I made them in the afternoon, did not let them brown too much. For dinner I put them approx 20 minutes in the oven at 325F to brown more and heat through. Thanks Karen!
These are sooo GOOD! i doubled the reciepe and i think i added to much salt. but that was my mistake! My family loved them! thank you!
I really love potatoes, so I'm surprised this dish wasn't for me. I was able to eat plenty, but it just wasn't my thing, if you know what I mean. If it were just me, I don't think I'd make it again. That being said, my husband LOVED it! He's in the other room, and I can still hear him raving about these darn things! He's the more experienced cook, so it just kills him that he's tried to make these before (different recipe), and failed, yet I achieved success! I'm pretty much a novice, but what I learned is that the oil needs to be very, very hot before putting the potato mixture in, or else the pancakes will fall apart. I have a food processor that I've never used; I need to see if it shreds stuff, because I did all the shredding with my Microplane, and it really took forever! Got quite a workout, at least! Oh, and my 15 month old son absolutely couldn't get enough of these! He made these audible grunting noises as he chewed... the grunts mean he really likes something. That alone made the effort worthwhile! Thanks for posting this recipe!