By oh noel! on April 17, 2006
Photo by oh noel!
Photo by oh noel!
"Korokke is Japanese fried mashed potato with vegetables and meat. My mom made these all the time when I was a kid. Its is a great portable snack that reheats well."
Serving Size: 1 (171 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"The first few bites we were all saying it was okay ... added a bit of hot sauce and suddenly we're fighting over the last korokke!! May add cheese next time for our "American" tastes but will definitely make this again."
"My daughter (10 yrs. old) says my Asian cooking doesn't taste like that in the restaurant but, when I cooked this recipe, she couldn't get enough of it. Thank you so much for this recipe."
"What a fun recipe this is! I enjoyed making this because it was so different and I actually happened upon Panko breadcrumbs at my local commissary. All of the kids enjoyed this very much. I did double the recipe and I added some garlic powder to the ground beef as it was cooking to give it some extra flavor. I can't wait to make this again. Thanks for the recipe!"
"The flavor was good but in my opinion they're not worth the mess and time to make."
"Mine did not look that pretty, of course, but they were very yummy! I actually threw some cheese into the mix, and the guys devoured these (dipping them in ketchup was especially good)."
"This was definately something different. I made this for the family last night. It was time consuming but worth the effort. I doubled the recipe and sadly did not have enough for leftovers. The gang wiped them out! I used 5 medium sized potatoes with a 1/2 lb ground beef. There was no mention of what to do with the green onions. I added mine with the potato/meat mixture before frying. I cooked them in peanut oil about a 1/2 inch deep over medium high heat. I then drained them on paper towels and served them with stir fried veggies. Can't wait to try some of your mom's other recipes!"