Reibekuchen (german potatoe pancake)
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Reibekuchen (german potatoe pancake)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:20:12 AM. Recipe ID 51844. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Reibekuchen (german potatoe pancake)
 Categories: Main dish, German
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
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  Ingredients:
  
  1.5 kg  potatoes (a sort that stays "hard" - not the one you use for
  mashed potatoes) 1 big onion 2 eggs 1 tsp salt a bit flour
  (Buchweizen (wheat flour or oat flakes) Oil Grate the potatoes over a
  sieve, so that the water can leave.  Don't use a to fine grater, you
  don't want to make mashed potatoes.
  
  Squeeze the potatoes - so that more water is going out of it.
  
  Grate the onions fine on the grater and put them to the potatoes,
  like the other ingredients and mix them carefully.
  
  Depending on how wet the dough is, put some flour or oat flakes to
  it, so that you get a not to solid dough.
  
  Put oil into a pan and when it is really hot, take with a (soap)
  spoon abit from the dough and put it into the pan and push it to a
  flat cake.
  
  They have to be "golden" from both sides (you have to turm them after
  awhile) - the border of that pancake has to be real crisp.
  
  Eat them hot to (or on) a slice of bread (Schwarzbrot (that is dark
  bread)) with butter and put Ruebenkraut (sugar-root syrup) or
  Apfelkraut (apple syrup) on it.
  
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  From: levin@world.std.com (Levin F Magruder)
  




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Recipe ID 51844 (Apr 03, 2005)

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