How To Make The BEST Amish Mashed Potato Cakes Recipe

How To Make The BEST Amish Mashed Potato Cakes Recipe

This is such an old-time favorite recipe.
I’m Tess and tonight I am making Amish potato cakes using leftover mashed potatoes
from Thanksgiving. They are easy and oh so good! Stay tuned! The great thing about these Amish mashed
potato cakes is you can eat them any time of the day… breakfast, lunch, dinner,
appetizer or snack AND they are made from leftovers. I have three cups of
leftover mashed potatoes. They already have some salt and pepper seasoning in
the potatoes but I’m adding just a little more. I’m adding in one large egg
and a half a cup of bread crumbs. This will help hold the potato cakes together. I’m adding in a couple of chopped green onions for that hint of onion flavor. You
can also use chopped chives or even some parsley. This is a half a cup of
all-purpose flour. At this point you can go ahead and mix this and it’s great for
the potato cakes but tonight I’m adding in 2/3 cups of shredded mozzarella
cheese for some cheesiness. Now giving everything a good mix. In my skillet on medium heat I have the
bottom covered with oil for frying. I don’t like to make the potato cakes too
big so I use a tablespoon and then flatten them out. You don’t want to
overcrowd the pan. These will take about 2 to 3 minutes to cook on each side. Keep
an eye on the heat. I have an electric stove and I have the heat on a 7 to
start and then I adjust lower as needed. You want the crust to be a golden-brown. When the potato cakes are done place on
a paper towel to drain any excess oil. Just a reminder that I will leave the
recipe and the list of ingredients for these Amish potato cakes below this
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future video recipes. This recipe makes about 20 Amish mashed
potato cakes. They are so easy to make. A nice crunchy crust and inside delicious
cheesy mashed potatoes with lots of flavor. You can serve these potato cakes
with a dip or as a side dish with any meal.
I hope you give these Amish potato cakes a try and enjoy. If you like this video recipe please hit
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  1. Yummy yum those potato cakes sure looked very tasty and really nice way to use leftover mashed potatoes. Slightly bumming that I don't have any to put on our dinner plate tonight. Thanks Tess 😋👍

  2. These are one of my favorites. Whenever I make mashed potatoes I always fix a few extra just so I can make Tater Cakes. I add lots of chopped onion and a hint of garlic powder in mine and after frying I let drain on a rack so they remain crispy. My husband loves them with sour cream on them and I like them with applesauce on them! They warm up well also in the microwave and are just as good cold! Thanks for sharing Tessie. So many people have never heard of this old favorite!

  3. Oh my Tess, these look real tasty.
    What do you know, we happen to have some leftover mashed taters hiding in the fridge.
    Thanks for posting this.

  4. Yep, have to try these, look fantastic. When I have tried before I didn't add flour etc. No wonder they fell apart, ha ha. Will try yours next time I have left over mashed potatoes. Thanks Tess. Claudia

  5. " I have made these using green onions aka scallions over the years and enjoy this recipe. Thanks for sharing your recipe with your viewers, @ Tess Cooks 4u ! "

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