Potato patties in a waffle maker

Potato patties in a waffle maker

Did you know that you can cook more than just waffles in a waffle maker? Traditional potato pancakes or these potato patties with cheese and green onions will take on a whole new shape if you prepare them using this amazing appliance.

Information

  • Total: 40 min
  • Active: 15 min
  • Serves 6
  • 195 kcal / 100g

Ingredients

  • Mashed potatoes
    500 g
  • Hard cheese
    30 g
  • Adyghe cheese
    30 g
  • Egg
    1 piece
  • Flour
    6 tablespoon
  • Green onion
    0.5 cup (250ml)
  • Salt
    on taste
  • Garlic powder
    on taste
  • Vegetable oil
    2 tablespoon
  • Butter
    2 tablespoon

Directions

1
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For potato patties in a waffle iron or sandwich maker, we will need mashed potatoes. For this recipe, I don't prepare...

For potato patties in a waffle iron or sandwich maker, we will need mashed potatoes. For this recipe, I don't prepare mashed potatoes specifically, but make these patties when there is a little leftover mashed potatoes from yesterday. Mash the leftovers with a fork if they have clumped together after being refrigerated. If you are making mashed potatoes specifically for this recipe, try not to make it too liquid, otherwise you will have to add more flour.

2
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Finely chop the green onions. It is best to use scissors for herbs - the onions will be finely chopped but still juicy...

Finely chop the green onions. It is best to use scissors for herbs - the onions will be finely chopped but still juicy. If you don't like green onions and don't want a specific onion smell, you can replace it with dill or parsley. You can combine several types of herbs.

3
Done
Grate the cheese using a coarse grater. For potato patties, you can use one type of cheese or a combination of different...

Grate the cheese using a coarse grater. For potato patties, you can use one type of cheese or a combination of different types. Suluguni, Adyghe, Dneprovsky - any will do. I used cheese with dill added. Add the egg and cheese to the potatoes. Add 2 tablespoons of flour, salt and spices to taste.

4
Done
Mix everything thoroughly. If the mixture doesn't hold its shape, add more flour. Shape the patties and lightly coat them...

Mix everything thoroughly. If the mixture doesn't hold its shape, add more flour. Shape the patties and lightly coat them in flour.

5
Done
Preheat the waffle maker and grease the panel with vegetable oil. Place one patty in each compartment and put a few small...

Preheat the waffle maker and grease the panel with vegetable oil. Place one patty in each compartment and put a few small pieces of butter on top. This will prevent sticking and give our patties a golden crust.

6
Done
Bake for 4-8 minutes, depending on the power of your device. Make sure the patties don't burn.

Bake for 4-8 minutes, depending on the power of your device. Make sure the patties don't burn.

7
Done
If you don't have a waffle iron, but you have a sandwich maker, you can cook these cutlets in it. They will look like...

If you don't have a waffle iron, but you have a sandwich maker, you can cook these cutlets in it. They will look like triangles.

8
Done
It is best to serve potato cutlets warm with sour cream or your favorite sauce. You can also sprinkle them with herbs if...

It is best to serve potato cutlets warm with sour cream or your favorite sauce. You can also sprinkle them with herbs if desired.

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