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English Potato Balls

Accompaniments

Small mashed potato balls coated in crumb and fried (Acton 1845)

See: Potato Croquettes


Original Receipt in 'A modern system of domestic cookery, or, The housekeeper's guide' by M Radcliffe. (Radcliffe 1822)

Potato Balls.

Mix mashed potato with the yolk of an egg, form them into balls, flour them, or egg and bread crumb them and fry them in clean dripping, or brown them in a Dutch oven.




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