Potato Pancakes

Runner’s World‘s 5-Minute Potato Pancakes do not take five minutes to make. They are, however, still very worth making (recipe below!).

Last weekend Rob and I cooked up a batch for Sunday brunch after my I got back from my 10-mile long run. I had no idea how these hash brown-cum-hotcakes would turn out but they were a glorious combination of the two: crispy yet still fluffy like a pancake. I would say they were bizarre if not so delicious.

Ingredients for Potato Pancakes

Rob mashing the potatoes

Cooking the potato pancakes on the skillet

Here’s the recipe. Enjoy!

Potato Pancakes

(Adapted with slight variations from Runner’s World‘s Healthy Potato Pancakes)

Ingredients:

Potatoes to make 2 cups mashed potatoes

2 eggs

1/2 cup milk

1/4 cup chopped green onions

Salt + pepper to taste

Plain yogurt

Hot sauce

Method:

Cut potatoes into large cubes and boil until soft. Mash, adding milk to hold potatoes together. Set aside. In a medium-size bowl, beat eggs with milk then add 2 cups mashed potatoes, green onions, salt, and pepper. Drop batter onto a heated and lightly sprayed nonstick skillet. Cook three to four minutes per side or until golden grown. Enjoy topped with plain yogurt and/or hot sauce.

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2 Responses to “Potato Pancakes”


  1. 1 Products from Greece are healthy 11/21/2013 at 5:07 pm

    My kids always love the potato pancakes i make…so why not to try sth different this time!
    I will let you know their opinion soon!

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