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Old 07-31-2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Meat filled Potato Patties

This is an about recipe as I have no measurments, Saute some chopped onions and garlic. Add cubes of cooked stew meat or roast, cook together with the onions and garlic a few minutes to blend flavors, Be sure to trim the meat you use into small pieces. Beef.lamb,chicken,turkey,hamburger may be used Place some rather dry and seasoned potatoes in palm of your hand and make a pocket in the center spoon into the pocket a good sized dollop of the well seasoned meat mixture you prepared. Enclose the meat mix with the potatoes Shape into a ball or patty then dip into flour, dip in a beaten egg and roll in french bread crumbs. Gently brown in some butter and evoo and keep hot while you get a Spanish sauce ready to put over the patties all can be made in advance and re-heated.
Spanish sauce if anyone would like it...Let me know and I'll post.
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:41 PM   #2
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Is potato cooked or raw?
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:46 PM   #3
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This is an about recipe as I have no measurments, Saute some chopped onions and garlic. Add cubes of cooked stew meat or roast, cook together with the onions and garlic a few minutes to blend flavors, Be sure to trim the meat you use into small pieces. Beef.lamb,chicken,turkey,hamburger may be used Place some rather dry and seasoned potatoes in palm of your hand and make a pocket in the center spoon into the pocket a good sized dollop of the well seasoned meat mixture you prepared. Enclose the meat mix with the potatoes Shape into a ball or patty then dip into flour, dip in a beaten egg and roll in french bread crumbs. Gently brown in some butter and evoo and keep hot while you get a Spanish sauce ready to put over the patties all can be made in advance and re-heated.
Spanish sauce if anyone would like it...Let me know and I'll post.
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I'm thinking deepfried meatball sized for appetizers...
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Old 07-31-2012, 10:43 PM   #4
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This is an about recipe as I have no measurments, Saute some chopped onions and garlic. Add cubes of cooked stew meat or roast, cook together with the onions and garlic a few minutes to blend flavors, Be sure to trim the meat you use into small pieces. Beef.lamb,chicken,turkey,hamburger may be used Place some rather dry and seasoned potatoes in palm of your hand and make a pocket in the center spoon into the pocket a good sized dollop of the well seasoned meat mixture you prepared. Enclose the meat mix with the potatoes Shape into a ball or patty then dip into flour, dip in a beaten egg and roll in french bread crumbs. Gently brown in some butter and evoo and keep hot while you get a Spanish sauce ready to put over the patties all can be made in advance and re-heated.
Spanish sauce if anyone would like it...Let me know and I'll post.
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Sounds like the traditional Rellenos De Papas.




Belly Busters of a rellena, and SUPER DELISH. We use to make them with left over Saltenia filling, but leave out the slice of hard boiled egg.

While a little labor intensive, no one can dispute the warm, comfort food quality of these things, truly awesome, humble eats!

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:04 AM   #5
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They sound lovely, thanks Kades
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:44 AM   #6
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Buon Giorno Kadesma,

I believe Tatt may be correct, that your appetiser sounds like Peruvian Stuffed Potatoes, called PAPAS RELLENAS or PATATAS RELLENAS, which is translated to Stuffed Potatoes.

Yum ... For the List in Madrid, September at the weekened, a perfect appetiser for a social friends´ get together on our return to Madrid Capital ...

By any chance, would you have foto of finished appetiser ?

Thanks for posting ...

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Spanish sauce if anyone would like it...Let me know and I'll post.
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Sounds mighty good!
I would be interested in that sauce.
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Is potato cooked or raw?
Charlie, the potatoes I use are leftover seasoned mashed potatoes, You could also use boiled as well. I season and add butter if I haven't already done this.
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Sounds like the traditional Rellenos De Papas.




Belly Busters of a rellena, and SUPER DELISH. We use to make them with left over Saltenia filling, but leave out the slice of hard boiled egg.

While a little labor intensive, no one can dispute the warm, comfort food quality of these things, truly awesome, humble eats!

Thanks for sharing!
Hi Tat, happy to share any time. This picture is so lovely. It makes my mouth water. This is a Basque recipe passed down to my folks years ago and my mom use to make it for us when money was dear.
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Sounds mighty good!
I would be interested in that sauce.
I'll send it to you Hoot.
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