Homemade potato fritters
Energy 476 kJ (114 kcal) 6 %
Sugar 0.73 g 1 %
Fats 4.77 g 7 %
Saturates 0.77 g 4 %
Sodium 0.148 g 6 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
Cheap and famous dish not only for vegetarians. They can simply omit magi seasoning.
|potatoes||as needed||1000 g||759,5 kcal|
|garlic||about 8 cloves (to taste)||40 g||43,9 kcal|
|onion||1 piece||80 g||32,9 kcal|
|all purpose flour||3 tbsp||30 g||102,6 kcal|
|marjoram||1 tbsp||1 g||0 kcal|
|salt||1/3 tsp||4 g||0,2 kcal|
|grounded black pepper||1/5 tsp||0.8 g||0 kcal|
|dried vegeteble||1 tsp tutorial on home production
||4 g||11,3 kcal|
|maggi seasoning sauce||2 tbsp (or soy sauce)||14 ml||3,3 kcal|
|egg||2 pieces||120 g||159,5 kcal|
|sunflower oil||or lard - for frying||50 ml||415 kcal|
|napkins||for the excess oil||0||-|
- Grate the potatoes into a suitable bowl and add crushed garlic, finely chopped onion, flour, marjoram, salt, pepper, dried vegetable without salt, maggi seasoning sauce and eggs.
- Mix well, then taste and possibly add salt if needed. If you find that there is something missing, feel free to add.
- Fry in oil or lard on both sides until golden brown.
- Put them on a napkin to suck excess fat.
To this recipe you can simply add the sausage, fried meat or anything you like.
If you are not sure about the taste, fry only one fritter, then taste and season eventually.