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Kittencal's Baked Cheesy Mashed Potato Patties/Croquettes

Kittencal's Baked Cheesy Mashed Potato Patties/Croquettes created by Chef Mommie

Since I make these all the time I really don't even bother to measure, the ingredient amounts listed are close to the amounts I usually use you can adjust the amounts to taste, I have left the Parmesan as optional I like to add it in --- for the best texture the potatoes must be russet and they should be oven-baked --- I have use panko in place of the butter crackers but I think the crackers give a better taste --- yield is only estimated depending on the size you make the croquettes --- you may make the mashed potato mixture up to 24 hours in advance and refrigerate until ready to roll and bake ----- you will love these!

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  • Cook the potatoes until fork-tender, transfer to in a large bowl then mash with a potato masher or a fork until fluffy.
  • Add in the remaining 10 ingredients; mix very well to combine and adjust all seasonings to taste; cool slightly then mix in the egg.
  • At this point you may refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
  • Shape about 3 tablespoons of mixture into a ball.
  • Roll into the cracker crumbs and place on a baking sheet.
  • Press down with hands to flatten just slightly.
  • Repeat with remaining mixture.
  • Set oven to 375 degrees and bake for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.
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"Since I make these all the time I really don't even bother to measure, the ingredient amounts listed are close to the amounts I usually use you can adjust the amounts to taste, I have left the Parmesan as optional I like to add it in --- for the best texture the potatoes must be russet and they should be oven-baked --- I have use panko in place of the butter crackers but I think the crackers give a better taste --- yield is only estimated depending on the size you make the croquettes --- you may make the mashed potato mixture up to 24 hours in advance and refrigerate until ready to roll and bake ----- you will love these!"
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  1. Londonsbk
    These were really good. The flavor and texture was very very good. Two changes I would make to the recipe. I would lower the amount of seasoning salt to 1 tsp or maybe 1 1/2 tsp and up the baking temp to 400 or 425 to really give the outside a golden brown and a little crunch. Outside of that, this will become a keeper! Thanks for the recipe.
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  2. HeatherN
    YUMMY. I love potato croquettes! The cheese was a great addition. I thought I'd try freezing the leftovers, but there weren't any! After baking the potatoes, I used a potato ricer to get a nice even consistency.
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  3. Shasha
    It was pretty good, but I think I should have adjusted the seasoning more.
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  4. LilPinkieJ
    OK, these are really good. I have no idea if they freeze since they didn't make it past the table. Thanks
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  5. New Mommy and Lovin
    This was so easy to make. My 1 and 1/2 year old daughter even helped... she "mashed" the potatoes for me and added the spices. Everyone in the family loved it. Great recipe!
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