Old-fashion Potato Pancakes

Old-fashion Potato Pancakes created by Ted David

Good ole potato pancakes..what could be better, quicker and more economical? This delicious simple recipe makes a meal, or an appetizer. Try this out on your family...

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  • Peel and grate potatoes and onion, place in bowl and cover; set aside for 10 minutes.
  • Liquid will run from the potato/onion mixture.
  • Drain any liquid that forms.
  • Stir in the slightly beaten eggs.
  • Add flour, salt and baking powder and mix thoroughly.
  • On the stovetop, in a large heavy skillet, heat cooking oil on medium heat.
  • Drop potato batter into pan and flatten, (size is personal choice) and brown on both sides.
  • Cook for 5- 7 minutes on each side.
  • Drain on brown paper.
  • Serve with warm cinnamon applesauce or sour cream and chives.
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"Good ole potato pancakes..what could be better, quicker and more economical? This delicious simple recipe makes a meal, or an appetizer. Try this out on your family..."

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  1. kaz46ved44
    why the baking powder, do not remember my mom using baking powder. thanks mak
  2. MJWalling
    Quick, easy & delicious - I used frozen hash-browns, thawed in hot water and allowed to drain well. After realizing I was using cubed hash-brown potatoes, I took it an additional step and diced in my manual food processor after all ingredients were together. Next time I'll use the shredded frozen hash-browns.
  3. FriddleJay
    Very simple, and very good! Thank you so much for the recipe!!
  4. Ted David
    Super recipe. Easy to do and well worth the effort. It was so good I took a picture of it and it tastest even better than it looks!
  5. Ted David
    Old-fashion Potato Pancakes Created by Ted David
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