Potato pancakes *** (xmxx58b)
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Potato pancakes *** (xmxx58b)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:18:53 AM. Recipe ID 49955. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Potato pancakes *** (xmxx58b)
 Categories: Side dish, Main dish, Ethnic
      Yield: 8 Servings
 
     10 ea Lg Potato
      1 ea Egg
    1/2 c  Flour
      1 x  Meat mixture
      1 lb Ground beef; ( i think this
      1 ea Egg
      1 ea Lg Onion; chopped
      1 x  Sauce
      6 ea Bacon
      1 ea Sm Onion; chopped
    1/2 pt Sour cream
 
  Mary. If you printed out my mother-in-law's directions for preparing
  the basic grated potato you are half way there to Bulviniai Cepelinai
  Kukuliai, or as we say Klatskas. This recipe comes from the
  Nationality Rooms Cookbook, U of Pittsburgh. The potato mixture :
  Grate potatoes into cheese cloth (the cotton flour bag works better)
  and squeeze until almost dry, reserve liquid. starch will settle out.
  Add egg, flour and some of the starch to potatoes and mix well. Form
  into 8 round balls and set aside. Mix meat with onion and egg and
  form into 8 balls. Flatten the potato balls and place meat in center
  and form the dough around the meat into the shape of zeppelins. Boil
  in a large kettle of 4-6qts salted water for 30 minutes. Caution: For
  40 years, mine fell apart, because I couldn't use flour My husband
  said his mother never used it. So don't be surprised if they don't
  hold together! I also prefer to cook my meat mixture first! Sauce:
  Chop bacon and fry, drain and saute onions. Add sour cream, heat and
  serve over the zeppelins. I have not used the starch, I have heard of
  farina or cream of wheat substituted for flour. A tremendous relief
  to be able to serve these after years of failure. Hope your husband
  will be surprised. He should like the Kuglis too, on the original
  bulletin. That is much easier.
  :           Joyce 1212 MDT FROM:    JOYCE ALENSKIS
    (XMXX58B)
 




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Recipe ID 49955 (Apr 03, 2005)

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