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Thread: Grandma's Potatoe Puff

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    Grandma's Potatoe Puff

    Just in case you forgot; 1 cup left over potatoes
    1/2 cup flour
    1 t baking powder
    1/2 t salt
    2 eggs separated
    oil

    Beat egg yolk till creamy
    Add potatoes and mix well
    Beat egg whites until stiff
    Sift ( or not) flour, salt and baking powder, add to potato mix
    Fold in egg whites
    Drop by T into hot oil and flatten a little with back of spoon
    Serve with hot syrup or left over gravy.
    Last edited by misspriss; 11-25-2012 at 02:52 PM.

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    what form are the leftover potatos in? Mashed, sliced...?

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    I am sorry, they are mashed.

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    We grew up on these things and thought it was just normal to use the leftover potatoes this way. I still make them.
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    I grew up with these too. I was very surprised at the people that never heard of them or did not know how to make them.

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    well I'm 60 and never heard of em. maybe we never had leftover taters at our house. 5 kids and always had friends for dinner too.
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    Thank you. Sounds yummy.

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    they do sound very good. I love potatoes.

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    This recipe sounds yummy. Could you also put into a casserole dish and add a crumb topping?

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    I wish I'd seen this earlier. I just reheated the last of my Thanksgiving leftover potatoes tonight. Potato pancakes would've been a nice change.

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