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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Potato Cutlets

Its called the 'Land of Rising Sun' and comprises of about 3,000 small islands making it an archipelago. Japan's common staple food includes - Rice (Gohan or Meshi) , Noodles (men-rui) and Bread (pan). This cuisine also offers many deep-fried, pan-fried and grilled options along with numerous variety dishes with seasonal vegetables.

Today's recipe is one such Japanese croquette. Its usually made with vegetables or meat and mine has mashed potatoes as its main base. :)




Potato Cutlets

2 medium potatoes
1/2 onion, finely chopped
1 egg
Salt & Pepper, to taste
1/2 tsp Garlic powder (optional)
Oil for shallow frying
1/4 cup Breadcrumbs, for coating

Preparation:

1. Peel and cut potatoes into halves. Boil potatoes until soften. Drain and mash potatoes while they are hot.

2. Heat a tsp of oil and saute chopped onion. Mix into mashed potatoes and season with salt, pepper and garlic powder.

3. Make flat and oval-shaped patties. Dip into beaten egg mixture, and finally coat with breadcrumbs.

4. Shallow fry them until golden brown. Serve hot!!




This is my entry to AWED: Japan , brain child of DK and this month guest hosted by lovely Lavanya.

Have a great week ahead.

signing off for now,
Siri

17 comments :

  1. Who can say no to potatoes! Lovely crust..

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  2. ooh, looks so tempting Siri! Nice recipe. Yum! :)

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  3. This sure looks very delicious, nice entry :)

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  4. Looks yumm, here we make them without the onions and it is calles potato croquettes.

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  5. Simple & delicious. Looks yumm...

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  6. Yum Yum..Love anything in potatos. Very tempting.

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  7. Yummy dish with simple ingredients..Looks lovely siri..

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  8. Looks yumm!!And its easy to make :)

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  9. Hi Siri,

    You just reminded of AWED event. I almost forgot it. The potato korokke
    looks crunchy.

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  10. I ve bookmarked this recipe and some others , but didn't try yet. Ur japanese dish is tempting.

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  11. Siri, Potato Karokke is absolutely inviting, with egg's an dbread crumb's it look's firm and delicious! Thanks for the entry!

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  12. Thats a delicious potato korokke!

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  13. I adore cutlets. These sound like a fine addition to dinner.

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  14. I can eat anything if it's deep fried or with potatoes :)

    Thanks for reminding me that the AWED deadline is near. I need to get over my sushi/tempura debate and get cooking.

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  15. Mmmm... those look perfectly cooked. I love that crisp golden brown exterior. Only wish I could bite into one now. :)

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