Jo Zimny Recipe

Mashed Potato Patties (for the convection toaster oven)

By Jo Zimny EmilyJo


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Jo's Story

I had a couple of cups of left over mashed potatoes so came up with this recipe. It is amazing what you can do with your left overs!

Ingredients

2 c
mashed potatoes
1 Tbsp
garlic powder
2 Tbsp
ground chia seed (or one egg beaten)
2 Tbsp
water
1/4 c
italian bread crumbs (and more for coating the pattie)
2
green onions, chopped small
salt and pepper to taste
spray oil
oil for your hands

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat your toaster oven to 400'F. Put on the convection setting.
2
Prepare a small foil lined pan and spray it with oil. I used coconut oil because it doesn't go rancid at high temperatures. Set aside.
3
Grind up your chia seeds in a coffee mill until powdery. Put the ground up chia seed in a small bowl and add the 2 tbsp. water. Give it a good stir until its a thick gooey mixture. Now if you don't have chia seeds just use one egg. If you use the egg beat it up until smooth.
4
Put the mashed potatoes into your food processor and add the chia seed (or egg) bread crumbs and garlic powder.
5
Process until smooth. Remove to a medium bowl and add the chopped green onions and salt and pepper. Give it a good mix and a taste.
6
Oil your hands and make 6 small patties. Coat each with more Italian bread crumbs.
7
Put the patties on your prepared pan and spray the tops with some oil.
8
Bake in your prepared oven for 20-25 minutes. Check on them to make sure they are turning a nice golden colour.
9
Let them cool down in the baking pan or until you are ready to eat them. They are delicate and can break easily.
10
Enjoy!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Potatoes
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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3 Comments

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Jo Zimny EmilyJo
Jul 9, 2011
Chia seeds are amazing little store houses of energy...here's a link: nutsonline.com/...premium.html

It can give you a whole lot more information then I could. I use them on my salad, or other foods, they don't have a lot of flavour and are crunchy.
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Penny Mayfield triplesarabians1
Jul 6, 2011
I'm interested to know more about the chia seeds your talking about. That sounds interesting.
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Mar 19, 2011 - Karla Everett shared this recipe with discussion group: POTATO HEAVEN