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Similar to rösti, these potato cakes make a nice change from chips for a midweek side or can even be served with a fry up.
Yummy. Serve these instead of chips!
These crispy potato cakes are baked instead of fried. Delicious as a starter or as a light dinner with a green salad.
This recipe is an adapted version of the classic Swiss potato rosti. Grated potatoes are pan-fried with egg, cheese, garlic and onions to form one big rosti. Serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
These crispy potato rosti cakes are made with grated sweet potato. The curry powder and cumin give them a bit of a flavour lift. Delicious with for a quick supper or for weekend breakfast/brunch.
As I was grating all the potatoes I thought to myself, is this really worth it!? But then I remembered - this is one of the best potato dishes I have ever had! I bake the rosti in the oven which makes it soft and creamy on the inside but crisp on the outside. I served this with balsamic, rosemary and tomato marinated lamb.
A classic rosti with a few extras. Delicious served alongside a whole variety of main meals and traditionally eaten as part of a cooked breakfast.
A variation on potatoes. This is a super easy recipe requiring just two ingredients: potatoes and celeriac. The rosti is cooked in the oven at a high temperature, ensuring lovely crispy rosti. A tasty potato recipe suitable to accompany roasts or other meat meals.
Rosti is a perennial favourite, but what many don't realise is that there are many variations of rosti in Switzerland. In Bernese röschti the potatoes are grated coarsely. I always serve this with bacon.
Tasty horseradish brings unusual piquancy to these golden brown potato cakes.