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    Re: Potato balls

    Makes me crave Papas Rellenas from the street vendors in Old San Juan!!!

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    Re: Potato balls

    sounds interesting, will have to give this a try

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    Thing about most air fryers is keeping an eye on the progress. I never do a "set it and forget it" because I may have entered the wrong settings or due to altitude (I'm at 4,850 feet) or time differences. You need to pull out the tray and then restart on most units........Jetspray
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    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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    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

    Sorry senior moment!! You mix the potato with the mixture then form the ball, sorry if you tried it and it didn't work, kids remember when dad forgets.
    Last edited by dennis l; 02-25-2018 at 10:21 AM.

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