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These look to die for. Thanks for sharing the recipe– I’ll be making these soon!
My grandmother made the best potato pancakes. And my mother made pretty good ones, too. My mother hand-grated the potatoes until she got a food processor, then she used that. I like my pancakes with fresh ground pepper and nothing else. The plate of food looks so wonderful, it’s making me want potato pancakes right now!
This looks AMAZING. I love potatoes in any form. My grandma didn’t cook much for me, but I do remember she loved 3 musketeers bars… maybe I should veganize those in her memory.
Oh, a new (to me) and certainly delicious way to enjoy potatoes! I’ve got to try these soon!
How cool that P can make kartoffelpuffer just like your grandmother’s! That is awesome, I always drain my potatoes to make pancakes, but never so much. I will be draining the life out of those potatoes next time!
I am the same way with my grandmother! No one can do it like she did. I miss her. This post was so sweet. I am sure she would have loved it. :)
How delicious! Love it with the mushrooms instead of the usual savory route. What a sweet post.
For me, grilled cheeses are the ultimate comfort food, but I haven’t attempted a vegan version yet…
I’m so glad P was able to recreate them for you! Potato pancakes are one of my favorite comfort foods & I love how beautiful and easy these seem. What a treat!
Ahh, the mysteries of the universe that we’ll never answer.
I want that plate of food in my belly now!
You aren’t kidding with that caption, a perfect meal. My goodness!
The pancakes look awesome! In combination with the sausages and mushrooms, it does sound just about perfect.
I so wish I had potatoes on hand, just so that I could make these pancakes right now. But then I would probably eat way too many of these in a single sitting!
What a sweet post, Mihl! I miss my Grams so, so much. She died 4 years ago. She wasn’t much of a cook at all (she believed in eating out & my uncle who lived with her joked that they only time he got a home cooked meal was when my Mum was there on a visit to cook for him!).
I love potato pancakes so much, I haven’t made any this autumn, but now I’m craving some!
Many thanks for sharing this. I love german recipes with potatoes and I already know this one will make me feel happy ! Thank you for your gorgeous blog !
Yay for Oma’s potato pancakes! That P is quite a gem. :D I am totally intrigued by the olive sour cream, too–it sounds fantastic and my head is reeling with all the possible uses for it!
This looks like a wonderful recreation. I feel the same way about some of my grandmother’s recipes – even though my mom makes them too, it’s just not the same. She died at the ripe old age of 94, but when I only known my husband for three months. I wish they could have met. I have only veganized her vegetables – but she loved a breakfast casserole, a green Jello salad, and some other things I haven’t even thought about veganizing.
Mihl, this looks SPECTACULAR! Seriously good. I also love the new layout of your blog.
Awesome! I totally want to try these.
Wow, looks amazing! I haven’t had Potato Pancakes since going vegan in 2008, how I miss them! I’m bookmarking this recipe for sure!!
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