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Potato Rosti – posh name for cooked, grated, potato.

December 8, 2011

This picture looks a bit shiny, but it’s just the way the light catches the potato rosti:  grated potato, with some of the moisture squeezed out and then put in a pan  – which should ideally be non stick – and then cooked on the hob until the underneath’s brown and crispy. Flip it over – that’s why the pan needs to be non stick, and do the same again on the other side.  Season liberally with salt and pepper and eat. Oh, ok.  Serve it as part of a healthy meal. Nice for breakfast I’m told – I’m a coffee and croissant breakfaster myself.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. jessica meredith permalink
    December 9, 2011 9:45 pm

    oh my god kate, how spooky ihadnt read this before i texted you!your potato blog is taking over my brain so far today i have pondered hash browns,bombay potatoes,potato moomin sculpture its all a bit of a shock im used to thinking about far more intellectual matters!

  2. December 9, 2011 9:50 pm

    Moomin sculpture – now you’re talking! I see endless possibilities.

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