Posted by on Sep 11, 2019 in Appetizers | 29 comments

CRISPY FRIED POTATO CAKES – How to make FRIED POTATO CAKES recipe

CRISPY FRIED POTATO CAKES – How to make FRIED POTATO CAKES recipe

1 st PLACE crunchy FRIED POTATO CAKES served anytime during the year!!! Get this recipe by clicking "Show more" below…

CRISPY FRIED POTATO CAKES

4 medium size potatoes, peeled and grated

Soak grated potatoes in cold water for 5-15 minutes. Remove potatoes from water and squeeze out remaining water from potatoes. Set aside.

In large mixing bowl add…

1 egg
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper
1 teaspoon fresh clive or parsley, chopped

Add potatoes into egg and flour mixture. Combine well.

In large frying pan over medium-high heat add…

1 tablespoon canola oil

Turn heat down to medium add…

large spoon fulls of POTATO CAKE mixture to frying pan. Fry potato cakes 2-3 minutes on each side.

Serve immediately.

ENJOY!!!

-Deronda 🙂

29 Responses to “CRISPY FRIED POTATO CAKES – How to make FRIED POTATO CAKES recipe”

  1. beautifull407 says:

    Saw this on an anime show and I had to see how to make it. I really wanna
    try it and when I do ill give you a review on how I did following this
    recipe. <3 😀 wish me luck

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      AWESOME!! Can’t wait for you to share your CRISPY FRIED POTATO CAKE results
      with us!! You’ll be amazed at your cooking skills if you follow my video
      instructions!! Have fun & ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  2. Jere616 says:

    Great recipe!! Just tried it. Some tips – use a colander and a bowl
    slightly smaller than the colander. Grate the potatoes directly into the
    bowl (eliminates wax paper). Then fill the bowl with water. After
    de-starching dump into colander and rinse with more water. Put the
    now-emptied bowl into the colander to press out the water. If grating
    onions, mix with the potatoes at this point and press both out as onions
    add a lot of water back in. Use paper towels if needed afterward.

  3. Lee Lee says:

    Can we do the same thing without grating the potatoes but using mashed
    potatoes?

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Lee Lee NO! Cooked potatoes are mashed!! Uncooked potatoes (used for this
      recipe) are grated first!! ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  4. Anil Malhotra says:

    I have not tried this recipe but it sounds great… anil india

    L

  5. george hare says:

    looks easy the way you show. kudos for info

  6. Sophie Geaney says:

    i made this, but replaced potato with kumara! so good thank you!

  7. Avis Cooper says:

    When I drain the potatoes I pour them water and all in a colander and press
    on the potatoes to eliminate as much water as possible, then I spread them
    on an old towel and pat as much water out as I can. I like to add onions
    and these freeze well…great for when you want something in a hurry!!

  8. Nemanja Rajacic says:

    I just made it:)
    It is amazing:)
    Tnx for great recepie:)

  9. Lesl1e1 says:

    I like to add grated onion also. This looks yummy.

  10. xxxcop113 says:

    Nice and simple thank you

  11. Taylor Brogan says:

    these are good with your cornbread recipe too! perfect combination!

  12. NavySturmGewehr says:

    Wow, looks excellent! Thank you, going to try them now!

  13. nopotchef says:

    you could always use a potato ricer to get rid of the excess water !

  14. Brad Stone says:

    How could I do this with out egg ?? I’m vegan

  15. NochbeiVerstand says:

    very nice video

  16. StealthNinja2 says:

    These look delicious! Would it be a good idea to add onions to the mixture?

  17. Hilary Coruna says:

    Done eating with mine too. It is also delicious if you come up with sauces
    to dip it. Melted cheese and even only catsup will do it <3 Thumbs up (y)

  18. ahmed mohamed says:

    Thank you very good
    me in iraq

  19. Potato King says:

    +0:44