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ETeSelle wrote:I wish these didn't sound like such a long, drawn out process, LOL. I'm INCREDIBLY lazy in the kitchen and Jeff's Fast Food DVD is my idea of cooking. I miss tater tots (one of my vegan-but-horrible-for-you guilty pleasures in the vegan SAD days), but just reading about this wears me out, LOL.
ruupyet wrote:These are so good. My kids love them.
http://fifteenspatulas.com/2011/01/10/n ... -potatoes/
I also lower the temp to 500 and they are done in 45 minutes in my oven. Even my very SAD eating mom absolutely loves these.
ruupyet wrote:Here is a summary:
Peel and dice potatoes.
Put in pot of water, bring to boil, and let cook for just a few minutes (3 or 4 minutes).
Toss in some type of flour and any spices you like and shake the potatoes up so the mixture coats the potatoes.
Dump on a cookie sheet (I personally do not use parchment for this recipe and I never use non-stick). Spread them out and bake at 500 for 40 - 45 minutes.
Christine in Cali wrote:I would love to try to make these, but for some reason I can not get to the original website and I am confused about the basic instructions above. Do I shred the potatoes? Could some one just cut and paste the recipe into a post for me.
Thanks a potato patch
Christine in Cali wrote:Thanks for getting back to me. So basically they are crispy potato chunks? You don't form them in to tots?
ruupyet wrote:Christine in Cali wrote:Thanks for getting back to me. So basically they are crispy potato chunks? You don't form them in to tots?
Correct! You just chop them up like you would for potato salad, parboil them, season them with some spices and flour, and bake. The coating will crisp them up.
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