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    Re: Potato balls

    I used an air fryer with a little twist of some cheese on the coating, it is a balance of meat, egg, flour/corn meal, and cheese. No oil involved, just flavor. Ingredients are at the minimal my wife and I are the only one's here most of the time. Maybe one egg, one potatoe, some of the other ingredients and no oil........Jetspray
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    Re: Potato balls

    im trying this! thanks for the post!

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    It sounds awesome. Im hungry, glad dinner is not far off.
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    Re: Potato balls

    All sounds good.

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    Re: Potato balls

    Sounds very close to a tater tot. Shredded cheese would also sound like a good optional ingredient.

    Lazy man approach, start with some hash browns.

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    Re: Potato balls

    Add some bacon ?Chorizo?

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    Potato balls

    My kids have been after me to make some potato balls. Take 2 or 3 large potatoes peel and shredded using a food processor, the same with at least one large onion. Make up a dough with Bisquick some what runny using an egg and milk. Form a potato ball drop into the mixture roll around to get it covered remove with a large spoon and drop into some type of fryer or oil in a pot, cook until golden brown. I always never seem to make enough. My mom's recipe.

    I guess you could use shredded potato used for has browns, Thought about it have not tried it yet, would be a lot easier then cleaning up the food processor
    Last edited by dennis l; 12-28-2017 at 05:36 PM.

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