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Nutritional information

755
calories
141.85 g
carbohydrates
25.49 g
protein
10.46 g
fat
147 mg
sodium
619 mg
cholesterol

Potato Pancakes

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Who doesn’t love those yummy potatoes? The best part about potatoes though is that it is versatile, you can make anything out of it, and it will be a hit! Be it a dish or a salad or fries or anything; you can be sure it will be loved! So if you are bored with your same boring evening snacks, then you have something yummy to try out! Potato pancakes are one of the rare recipes you may want to include in your regular cooking menu.

Health Benefits

  • Potatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin C, containing nearly half of the recommended intake value. Vitamin C is good at building the immune system and also at fighting against all diseases and flu.
  • Potatoes are also extremely rich in potassium, more so than a banana! Potatoes rank the highest in the department of potassium! Potassium is extremely important in maintaining normal blood pressure and also helps regulate the mineral balance and fluid balance in the body.
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How to make Potato Pancakes

  • Finely grate all the potatoes and onions in a large bowl and drain all the excess liquid.
  • Add salt, pepper and beaten egg and mix well.
  • Add the all-purpose flour and make a thick mixture.
  • Preheat the oven and add oil to the skillet before adding the potato mixture.
  • Spread potato mixture in round shapes on the skillet with at least ½ inch of thickness.
  • Fry until both the sides turn brown. Keep turning so that it doesn’t burn.
  • Laden the pancakes on a paper towel and serve warm alongside ketchup or mint chutney.

Trivia

  • Interestingly a potato is a relative of the tomato. Potato is the 4th most important crop in the world after corn, rice, and wheat. The French had believed that potatoes could result in leprosy until the late 18th century!
  • Potatoes originated in Peru. Idaho is known as “Land of Famous Potatoes” and is also officially the state’s vegetable.
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