I've been MIA the past few months. We moved to a new house and have been dealing with some personal issues, hence the no posting! Moving is always a huge task. I'm glad to say we are finally settled in and loving our new place. We have our dream kitchen that has granite countertops, a huge island, double ovens and tile floors. We love it! Cooking husband is thrilled with all the counter space and now that I've experienced the joy of a double oven, I'm not sure how I survived with just one.
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving with the Paige family. One of the traditions of the Paige family is to make potato pancakes the day after a holiday where mashed potatoes were had! Last Easter I posted our delicious Yukon gold mashed potato recipe. We love them so much that we pretty much make them for any and all holidays. So it's not hard to figure out what happened the day after Thanksgiving at our house. YEP. Potato pancakes!
Yukon Gold Mashed Potato Pancakes
Source: The Kitchen of Mom Paige
Yield: 4-6 small potato pancakes
1 cup leftover Yukon gold mashed potatoes
1/4 cup self rising flour
Pinch of salt
Combine leftover mashed potatoes, eggs and self rising flour until fully incorporated. Drop mixture onto a buttered griddle. Cook on medium high until both sides are brown. Serve with butter, ketchup, ranch, sour cream, etc. Note: If you want to get creative and add more flavor try mixing in bacon bits, cheese, chives, onions, garlic, etc.
Step by Step
Combine leftover mashed potatoes, eggs and self rising flour.
Drop mixture onto a buttered griddle.
Cook on medium high until both sides are brown.
Gobble these up and enjoy every bite!