Potato waffles


So, you still made more potato purée than needed, and you have already tried the potato croquettes, or you want a new way for the children to eat potatoes… whatever the reason here is a fun and easy way to present potatoes… Enjoy!

Potato waffles – easyfrenchcooking.com

For this recipe you will need:

For 4 persons

  • 5 cups of potatoes purée from this recipe.
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1 cup of grated Swiss cheese
  • 1/4 cup of chopped flat parsley
  • Salt and pepper
  • Butter for the waffle maker
  • One non stick waffle maker
Inside the mind of a waffle – easyfrenchcooking.com

The method:

  • Warm up the potato purée leftovers and mix in the flour.
  • Add the cheese and the parsley.
  • Taste and correct the seasoning if needed.
  • Make sure the waffle maker is really hot and and brush with butter.
  • Place the equivalent of 1/3 cup of mix inside the waffle maker (times two for a double waffle maker)
  • Close your waffle maker and let it cook, there is a chance the first waffle will stick to the waffle maker. It takes about 5 minutes to cook, depending on your waffle maker. Leave the waffle to cook at least two minutes before you attempt to open the waffle maker.
  • Slowly open the waffle maker and check if cooked, you can help yourself with a wooden skewer to detach the waffle from the waffle maker. The waffle should be golden brown.
Potato waffles in the waffle iron – easyfrenchcooking.com
  • Serve when hot as a side dish…. I am sure you will enjoy this…

A new fun way to present potatoes

Bon appetit!

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