Carrot Potato Pancakes

"Another recipe that comes from the 1995 Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook. Time spent frying these cakes depends on how many can be made at one time!"
 
Carrot Potato Pancakes created by littlemafia
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40mins
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directions

  • In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients.
  • Lightly spray a nonstick skillet with nonstick cooking spray; turn on the heat.
  • Drop potato mixture by 1/4 cup measures into the skillet, flattening the pancakes with a spoon, if necessary.
  • Fry until lightly browned on one side,about 3 minutes.
  • Turn over and fry on the other side another 3 minutes.
  • Drain on paper towels.
  • Serve warm.
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  1. Eat Local
    Excellent! Thanks for the recipe. I was going to try to create one bc I had a lot of carrots to use up, and this was just the thing. Added a bit of chopped onion.
     
  2. Jody P.
    Do you cook the carrot & potato first?
     
  3. Jeremy H.
    I first had these as a young adult, cooked by house mates. Loved them and have cooked them, then forgotten about them and so googled the recipe. I made them, or the first 3 by recipe but feel you need to use oil and canola best rather than cooking spray. The spay had them soft but the oil crisps them up! Like another person mentioned maybe some garlic but any other ingredients is by choice but please squeeze out excess juice before mixing with flour. Thanks for the recipe and enjoy!
     
  4. SweetySJD
    These are pretty delicious! I made as written except that I used canola oil instead of the nonstick spray. The thyme gave it a great flavor that I thought would be suited better for the fall or winter than summertime, and I will definately be making these again when the weather cools. The leftovers were tasty, but they did not retain their crispness, so next time I'll make just enough to eat right away.
     
  5. SweetySJD
    These are pretty delicious! I made as written except that I used canola oil instead of the nonstick spray. The thyme gave it a great flavor that I thought would be suited better for the fall or winter than summertime, and I will definately be making these again when the weather cools. The leftovers were tasty, but they did not retain their crispness, so next time I'll make just enough to eat right away.
     
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