Veggie Patties

"If you have ever had potato latkes, than this is a very similar recipe, partly because it has potatoes in the mixture. It actually turned out very good. I was surprised by the outcome because as I was cooking the patties I thought it might not turn out so good. But the taste is so good, it’s awesome."
photo by Nimz_ photo by Nimz_
photo by Nimz_
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Ready In:
20-22 small patties




  • After letting the spinach, corn and peas cool down, mix it with the other vegetables in a large bowl.
  • Add the eggs, flour, and seasonings and mix again.
  • Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large frying pan and let heat on medium high heat. Make patties out of the mixture and fry 4 at a time for 3-4 minutes on each side. Repeat until done.
  • Serve warm as a side dish with main course dish (I found fish was the best thing to share the patties with, as I was having fish on the day I made these).

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  1. Starrynews
    Really nice - I love the combination of veggies! The consistency was great; it was really easy to flip them in the pan. I may experiment with the spices in the future -- perhaps some cayenne pepper for an extra zip? But it was great as-is! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Nimz_
    This was excellent. You did a great job creating this. I found that everything worked well together. Your instructions were good. There was lots of flavor. I will probably play around with the spices, but that's about it. I don't think I'll cook the spinach next time. The shallot flavor was a must for this recipe. I forgot to add it to the first batch, then realized I had forgot it and added it to the remaining mixture and it made all the difference. Excellent choice. Thanks Studentchef. You have a winner with this one.


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