Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

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Time to get out your Zucchi, European Extra Virgin Olive Oil and cast iron frying pan because when it comes to frying, the two go together like peas and carrots.  Although I have some fancy schmancy new fangled frying pans, I always reach for my cast iron ones.  I think it’s just a habit or maybe it’s a subconscious thing.  I feel like I’m giving my family the iron they need when I cook with cast iron.

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

I do have a thingamajiggy to put in my frying pan to get the same results but I never do.  I guess I’m a creature of habit.

My thingamajiggy.

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

You can use any kind of potatoes that you have handy including sweet potatoes although I vary my ingredients according to the potatoes. When I make potato pancakes using Idaho potatoes like I did this time, I add pepper jack cheese to give it a kick. Spicy Potato Pancakes are my all time fave even though I’m not big on eating fried foods. That’s where the Olive Oil comes in handy.   It’s thought to be healthier than other oils so I feel better about frying foods when I use it. In fact, what you might not know is that Extra Virgin Olive Oil is virtually free of acidity (below 0.8%).

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

INGREDIENTS:
Mashed Potatoes
Pepper Jack Cheese
1 Egg
Salt & Pepper
Green Onion (1 stalk)
1/4 cup flour
1 teaspoon parsley

While you’re getting your cast iron skillet hot, mix together your leftover mashed potatoes (I make mine with 5 lbs potatoes, 1/2 cup of low-fat milk, 4 ounces of Daisy Sour Cream and salt to season – don’t omit the sour cream because it helps the potato cakes stay together while frying), 1/2 block of pepper jack cheese, shredded, 1 egg, salt and pepper to flavor, green onion sliced, 1/4 cup of flour, 1 teaspoon parsley. If you really like it hot and spicy, add 1/2 – 1 teaspoon red pepper.

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Mix all of that up together then add a big heaping spoon to the hot oil. Turn once when the edges are brown and crispy.

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Top off with sour cream and sliced green onions. They’re amazing.

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

Ingredients

  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Pepper Jack Cheese
  • 1 Egg
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Green Onion (1 stalk)
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 1 teaspoon parsley

Instructions

  1. While you’re getting your cast iron skillet hot, mix together your leftover mashed potatoes (I make mine with 5 lbs potatoes, 1/2 cup of low-fat milk, 4 ounces of Daisy Sour Cream and salt to season – don’t omit the sour cream because it helps the potato cakes stay together while frying), 1/2 block of pepper jack cheese, shredded, 1 egg, salt and pepper to flavor, green onion sliced, 1/4 cup of flour, 1 teaspoon parsley. If you really like it hot and spicy, add 1/2 – 1 teaspoon red pepper.
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I’m going to completely change the subject for a second to talk about salads. I eat salad at least once every day. Because I eat so many of them, I have to watch what I put in them. Despite what some think about salads, some dressings are loaded with calories (as well as all of the goods that can go in the salad). I like to keep salads light but flavorful. I add European Olive Oil on my salads to gives them a unique light taste. We use it in place of salad dressing either straight out of the bottle or mixed in with a little apple cider vinegar.

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Now that we’ve got all of the yummy stuff out of the way, let’s talk about the Flavor Your Life’s mission which is to educate and encourage everyone to make the switch to delicious European Extra Virgin Olive Oil. With funding from the European Union, the Italian government, and a consortium of European extra virgin olive oil producers, Flavor Your Life is debunking misconceptions while empowering consumers to use the olive oil. When I decided to make the switch, I sat down and thought about all of the ways I use oil and all of the recipes I use it in, from brownies to cakes, to fried foods. If you think about it, we use a lot of oil. Because I try to live as healthy as I can, for me, making the switch was smart and easy. If you’d like to celebrate the 2016/2017 harvest of liquid gold by making the switch, I’d love to hear about it in my comments. What is a recipe you use oil in that you’d like to start the switch with?

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Spicy Potato Pancakes Recipe

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  1. These spicy potato pancakes sound so good and look amazing. I have not made potato pancakes in such a long time. This recipe I will have to make for sure and my family love pepper jack cheese so these would be perfect. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. I can imagine my husband loving this dish! I like that you make it in a cast iron pan as well. I think this is a lovely recipe and it’s not that difficult to make either. I also love using olive oil for cooking.

  3. A cast iron skillet is always perfect for cooking! I love mine! I think these pancakes are off the roof! I would totally make this for the kids, and they love their spicy food too, so this is going to be a bestseller.

  4. This looks great, thanks for the tip recipe. I’ve made potato cakes before and gave up because they didn’t turn out very well. I’m going to make these soon.

  5. I am making brinner tonight and I think this is going on my menu. My kids will love some potato pancakes.

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