Papas Rellenas, Spanish Stuffed Potato Balls
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Added: November 25, 2010 Views: 1,503 Ratings: 0
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Spanish Stuffed Potato Balls, called Papas Rellenas, are a favorite snack you can find in most Latin...
Added: January 01, 1970 (Less info)
Spanish Stuffed Potato Balls, called Papas Rellenas, are a favorite snack you can find in most Latin American restaurants in Miami, New York, or Chicago. Chef Remy shows how to make them from leftovers such as Picadillo, a ground meat stew, and mashed potatoes. This is quick and easy. Kids love them. The filling could also be made of chicken, turkey, or even codfish. To make the filling for this recipe go to MEATS then PICADILLO in his website, theVideoCook.Com . Mashed potatoes must be stiff or will collapse. Make them dryer (let them dry out) or use a little flour. INGREDIENTS: Leftover ground meat stew (see Picadillo Video) mashed potatoes 2 eggs, beaten with water to make an egg wash bread crumbs or flour METHOD: Cup a small amount of mashed potatoes in your hand, make a well, fill with one spoonful of ground beef filling. Form a ball. Roll into the egg wash bowl then into the dried breadcrumbs bowl. Lower carefully into a deep fryer at 375 degrees F filled with canola oil or peanut oil. Since everything else is already cooked, you only need 10 to 15 seconds to brown the breadcrumbs. You may serve immediately or refrigerate. Warming up later in a microwave will work well.
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