Thursday, August 31, 2017

Cookbook Countdown #21: Papas Rellenas (breaded mashed potatoes stuffed with ground beef creole)

Using the Picadillo (ground beef creole) made Papas Rellenas, mashed potatoes without any use of butter, more pimento-stuffed olives, breadcrumbs mixed with a little flour, and vegetable oil for frying.
 The coated balls needs to be chilled for at least three hours before frying, by the way they fried up beautifully, I do think that the chilling period did the trick!
 They can also made in advance and be frozen for a few days before frying, without any need for thawing.. just a bit longer frying time.
 
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Papas Rellenas (breaded mashed potatoes stuffed with ground beef creole) by Gloria
recipe from pages 17 till page 20 of:
Estefan Kitchen!
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2 comments:

Zosia said...

Oh, those look good! Crispy fried food, especially made with potatoes and delicious meat filling, is the ultimate snack.

kitchen flavours said...

These looks delicious! I could gobbled up a few!