A simple and tasty dish that kids love and a good alternative to chips. You only need a few ingredients and dinner can be ready in no time at all.
You can use any sort of cooked ham or bacon instead of the Prosciutto.
The family really enjoyed these. I shredded the potato into a salad spinner full of cool water and rinsed the potato starch off using the insert as a colander then spun the potatoes dry. Next time I would probably add some finely diced onion. Very tasty. - 17 Sep 2012
I made these as something different for my fussy 2 year old. I thought they were ok but she seemed to really enjoy them. I needed to add extra flour because too sticky to form into fritters without it. I also think I needed more potato, my large potatoes obviously weren't large enough! A weight would have been handy. I will make for my daughter again and may add some onion next time. - 02 Dec 2013
I used 1 tsp of seasoning salt for the salt/pepper to taste area. It was good, will probably make again, but not extraordinary. I feel like just a little something would take it up to 5 stars -- just haven't figured out what that little something is. Update: Just made it again, this time adding another slice of prosciutto, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, 1/2 C parmesan, and reduced seasoning salt to 3/4. Now we're talking 5 stars! - 15 Nov 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)