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List by: itisclaudio, created: 30 Dec 2020, updated: 30 Dec 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

Potato pancakes are cooked in many different countries. There can be small variations in cooking techniques and/or spices used. Here is a list of potato pancakes in cuisines around the world.

1. Potato Pancake

(European) (-Middle Eastern-)

Potato Pancake is a shallow-fried pancake of grated or ground potato, flour, and egg, often flavored with grated garlic or onion and seasoning.Potato Pancake is a cuisine of many European and Middle Eastern century-old traditions.

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2. Raggmunkar


Raggmunkar is a Swedish version of Potato pancake. Raggmunkar is prepared with a pancake batter of wheat flour, milk and egg, into which shredded raw potatoes are added. They are fried in butter and look like crêpes.

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3. Potatisplättar


Potatisplättar is another Swedish version of Potato pancake similar to Raggmunkar. It is prepared with a pancake batter of wheat flour, milk and egg, into which shredded boiled potatoes are added. They are fried in butter and look like thin potato pancakes.

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4. Rårakor


Rårakor is a Swedish potato pancake. It is one of the variation of potato pancake. It is made with only potatoes, salt and butter. Shredded raw potatoes but without any batter, are fried in butter and formed as thin pancakes,

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5. Potatisbulla


Potatisbulla is Swedish potato pancake similar to Rårakor, Potatisplättar, Raggmunkar. Potatisbullar is rather thick pancake-like patties of mashed potatoes and eggs, which are turned in breadcrumbs and then fried in butter. It can be bought ready-made in Sweden.

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6. British Potato Cakes


British potato cake is a common dish in the united kingdom. The pancake consists of flour, eggs, shredded potatoes and onions. Some people add tomato or cheese to the mix, depending on taste. The British also brought the potato pancake to former colonies such as Zimbabwe. They are still eaten today, where they are an affordable dish.

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7. Boxty


This is a traditional Irish potato pancake. The dish consists of finely grated, raw potato and mashed potato with flour, baking soda, buttermilk and sometimes egg. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B…

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8. Jewish Potato Latke

Latke is a Jewish dish. Latke is Yiddish for “pancake.” On Chanukah, it is traditional to serve latkes (most often potato) fried in oil to celebrate the Chanukah miracle, which involved the oil of the Temple menorah lasting for eight days instead of just one. It is prepared with potato, onion, egg, bread crumb, potato starch, oil, salt, pepper.

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9. Korean Gamja-jeon

감자전 (Korean)

Gamja-jeon (감자전) or potato pancakes is a variety of jeon, or Korean style pancake, made by pan-frying finely grated potato on a frying pan with any type of vegetable oil until golden brown. It can be made without additional ingredients but is sometimes mixed with onion, chilli and perilla leaf. Generally, it is seasoned with a small amount of salt and served with soy sauce.

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10. Polish Placki Ziemniaczane


Polish potato pancakes, known as placki kartoflane or placki ziemniaczane in Polish, are delicious and delightful. They are often served in Poland topped with meat sauce, pork crisps or goulash, sour cream, apple sauce, mushroom sauce and cottage or sheep's cheese or even fruit syrup.

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11. Czech Bramborák


A Czech potato pancake is called bramborák and it is made of grated potatoes with egg, breadcrumbs or flour and seasoning (salt, pepper, most importantly garlic and marjoram; sometimes ground, cracked or whole caraway seeds). Some regional versions blend in dough, sauerkraut or sliced smoked meat. The same potato dough is used also as a coating of fried pork chop called kaplický řízek. It is sometimes deep-fried.

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12. Iranian Kuku Sib Zamini


kuku sib-zamini is made with shredded potatoes, eggs, onion, saffron, sometimes garlic chives and sometimes cinnamon. Frequently, potato Kuku is cooked as smaller patties, but it is also cooked in a larger pancake-style or baked. This dish has been compared to the latke, rösti and tortilla Española (Spanish omelette).

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