Dad's Potato Pancakes

Dad's Potato Pancakes created by flower7

When my dad made these people would come out of the woodwork to eat them! They smell so good cooking and we used to love them as kids. They also reheat well in the microwave.

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40mins
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directions

  • Grate together potatoes and onion (or just do it in the food prossessor) Add next 3 ingredients and mix well.
  • Add flour to thicken and mix well.
  • Cover bowl with a plate (not air tight) and let stand 30 min.
  • Fry in little oil by tablespoons or a little bigger till lightly brown on one side,turn and fry again til golden.
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"When my dad made these people would come out of the woodwork to eat them! They smell so good cooking and we used to love them as kids. They also reheat well in the microwave."
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  1. flower7
    Dad's Potato Pancakes Created by flower7
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  2. flower7
    Dad's Potato Pancakes Created by flower7
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  3. flower7
    These are really wonderful! I gave the caraway a spin in a spice grinder just to break it up a bit (it was not fully ground) and had to drain quite a bit of liquid off the potatoes after grating (I used a food processor). I halved the recipe, using just two large potatoes and a small red onion. I added a little extra flour because there was so much liquid. These work well, no matter how big or small you make them (my first few were large, the rest a bit smaller). Thanks so much for the recipe!
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  4. Pegger1
    When my dad made these people would come out of the woodwork to eat them! They smell so good cooking and we used to love them as kids. They also reheat well in the microwave.
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