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Cornish Potato Cakes (Read 2735 times)
Jun 27th, 2014 at 9:50am

Seamus   Offline
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I've been mulling over this one for a while and finally got around to making up a few.  Delicious.  Some may baulk at the lard, but it makes the recipe IMHO  Grin

I think the greatest con of recent times is the emergence of olive/vegetable/saffron/rice/peanut oil and nothing tastes as good as something roasted in good old dripping/lard. 

That's a big rant by someone who has had seven coronary by-passes and should know better isn't it?  hi hi Wink Wink





225 grams boiled hot potatoes
15 grams butter or margarine
50 grams plain flour
Melted lard


Mash potatoes, add butter, salt and pepper to your taste, and beat well. Gradually adding flour, mix to a stiff dough, roll out on a floured board and use a scone cutter to stamp out rounds.

Grease heated griddle or heavy base fry pan with lard and cook 3 minutes on each side.

Serve hot, spread with butter.
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Reply #1 - Jun 27th, 2014 at 11:35am

Rufzgutz   Offline
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I will stay being " conned" thank you. My little ol arteries aren't clogging up again   Smiley

I made some salmon and sweet potato cakes last night cooked in a smidgen of canola oil  Smiley

Yum  Cheesy

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