Potato and Whole Grain Spelt Pancakes

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There’s nothing like good old fashioned potato pancakes as a side dish. It’s an awesome way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. You can serve these potato pancakes with meat patties, or simply enjoy them as breakfast.

May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy and blessed Christmas and success and health for the New Year 2012!

So wünsche ich Euch von Herzen ein frohes und gesegnetes Weihnachtsfest und viel Erfolg und Gesundheit für das Neue Jahr 2012!

  • 200 g Potatoes
  • 75 g Whole grain spelt flour
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 100 ml Milk
  • Salt and white pepper
  • 3-4 tbsp Butter
  1. Thoroughly clean the potatoes and place them in a medium sized pot. Cover with cold water and bring to a boil. Add in about 1 teaspoon of salt. Cook, uncovered, until potatoes are tender all the way through, about 20 minutes.
  2. Drain potatoes and let cool slightly. Peel the potato and push potatoes through a ricer into a large bowl or mash with a large fork thoroughly. Add in spelt flour and baking powder, then add in whole egg and egg yolk. Gradually pour in milk, stirring well to make a smooth batter. Season the batter with salt and pepper.
  3. Place 1 tablespoon of the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. When the butter turns a light amber, drop about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the batter in the skillet. You should be able to cook 3 pancakes at a time, allowing enough space between them so they have a nice round shape.
  4. Cook about 2 minutes on the first side, flip them over and cook about 1 minute longer. Remove from the pan, and keep warm. Continue adding butter to the pan and frying the rest of the batter. Serve the pancakes warm as a side with ground meat patties.

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81 comments:

Wen 25/12/11 06:49

Merry Christmas & A very Blessed 2012!

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Sutapa 25/12/11 08:47

Delicious pancakes to enjoy in winter mornings!
Merry Christmas to you and all your loved ones!

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Hasna 25/12/11 09:14

thats awsome... now i can substitute ma sweet pancakes with this

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Ah Tze 25/12/11 09:26

Merry Christmas and have a blessed 2012!!

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Happy Flour 25/12/11 09:50

Wishing you A Merry X'mas!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 25/12/11 11:13

Merry Xmas!

Those look wonderful.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Ruth Reynoso-Sance 25/12/11 13:56

I love potato pancakes! Your pictures are beautiful! Merry Christmas!

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Belinda @zomppa 25/12/11 14:53

Have a wonderful holiday!! Great way to wake up. =)

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Fimère 25/12/11 14:55

les crêpes doivent être délicieuses avec l'ajout de la pomme de terre
joyeuse fête

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Honey Bee Sweets 25/12/11 15:29

Wow, these pancakes will make a superb breakfast on boxing day! Merry Christmas Angie! I am already looking forward to seeing more great recipes from you in 2012! Cheers!

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Sharmilee! :) 25/12/11 15:35

Wow what a combination in your pancakes...looks very tempting

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Eva kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 25/12/11 19:14

What a wonderful breakfast for Christmas morning Angie. Wishing you and your's a most wonderful Christmas and a happy and healthy new year.

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Kumi 25/12/11 19:58

Happy Holidays! Thanks for sharing another mouth-watering recipe.

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vrinda 25/12/11 20:13

Its been long time since i visited ur space..Nice n fluffy pancakes,gr8 recipe..Merry X'mas n Happy Holidays

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Katherine Martinelli 25/12/11 20:44

Yum these look so perfect! Merry Christmas :-D

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Lizzy Do 25/12/11 22:00

Oh, yummy pancakes! Merry Christmas, my friend! And wishing you a fabulous 2012 full of joy and delicious dishes! xo

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Pacheco Patty 25/12/11 22:47

Merry Christmas Angie! I love the spelt flour in your pancakes, they look so good;-)

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sare 25/12/11 23:25

Merry Christmast to you, Angie. Happy holiday.
They are great for breakfast.

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Cucina49 25/12/11 23:54

Those look wonderful! We will be making potato pancakes ourselves later today. Happy holidays!

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Veronica's Kitchen 26/12/11 00:00

Merry Christmas, Angie! I've just got some left-over mashed potatoes from Christmas, this is the perfect way to create some gourmet bunch the next day.

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Rachana 26/12/11 00:17

Merry Christmas Angie! Those pancakes looks so wonderful.

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Gloria 26/12/11 01:56

Look yummy!! Whish you had a happy and nice Christmas:)

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tania@mykitchenstories.com.au 26/12/11 04:42

Lovely pancakes..... happy holidays and wonderful new year

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Terra 26/12/11 05:37

I finally used spelt awhile back, and I really enjoyed it:-) These pancakes sound delicious! I agree, they are perfect as a side dish, so hearty and filling:-) I hope you had a very Merry Christmas:-) Hugs, Terra

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Baker Street 26/12/11 06:59

Merry Christmas A! Almost never use spelt in my pancakes but this recipe looks like a keeper. WIll give this a spin next weekend. Thanks for sharing.

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 26/12/11 13:58

I'm going to have to try these. We've never had potato pancakes with mashed, I usually just grate them. They look fantastic, I'll have to try the mashed now.
Happy holidays, Angie, to you and yours!

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Barbara Bakes 26/12/11 14:48

Wishing you a wonderful new year filled with your favorite things.

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Joy 26/12/11 15:35

The pancakes look great.

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kitchen flavours 26/12/11 15:37

This looks wonderful Angie! Merry Christmas and wish you a wonderful year ahead!

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Priya 26/12/11 17:46

Merry Christmast to you, Angie. Happy holidays,lovely pancakes..

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Kristen 26/12/11 17:52

Spelt is one of my favorite flours to work with. The pancakes sound like a wonderful treat for New Years. Wishing you all the best in 2012!

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thesmartcookiecook.com 26/12/11 19:28

I completely agree; there's nothing like a good old-fashioned potato pancake! My grandparents make them from scratch and they're too die for. Yours look delicious!

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Heidi @ Food Doodles 26/12/11 21:53

Mmm, these look delicious. I love making potato pancakes out of leftover mashed potatoes. I love the spelt in these :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 27/12/11 00:05

A great idea for left-over mashed potatoes, Angie. I hope your Christmas was a happy and joyous one!

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Indie.Tea 27/12/11 10:04

Savory pancakes...yum. These sound really delicious.

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Only Fish Recipes 27/12/11 10:07

wow...delicious pancakes Angie...I would love to share an award with u.....Plz visit my space n collect it :-)

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thecompletecookbook 27/12/11 10:10

Never tried pancakes quite like this before - they look delicious Angie.
:-) Mandy

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Fimère 27/12/11 11:37

ils sont parfaits et bien appétissants
bonne journée

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noobcook 27/12/11 13:39

love the idea of these savoury potato pancakes, they look good. Happy Holidays!

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Joanne 27/12/11 14:03

these sound great! What a delicious savory pancake!

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Jo 27/12/11 14:38

Love pancakes and these look very delish. Hope you had a great Xmas and all the best for great start to 2012.

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Mother Rimmy 27/12/11 16:39

I have yet to make potato pancakes and they'd be such a terrific alternative for members of my family with food sensitivities. Have a wonderful new year. I look forward to seeing what you cook up this next year!

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Holly 27/12/11 17:00

these look wonderful! Hope you had a very Merry Christmas :)

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Rebecca Subbiah 27/12/11 18:07

these look wonderful and great idea for mashed potatoes leftovers love it

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Parsley Sage 27/12/11 18:17

This would be no side dish at my house! Destined for main course glory :) Looks delicious!

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 27/12/11 18:53

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family! Beautiful pancakes. My Mom used to make potato cakes adding onion. I bet yours are delicious!

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Jeanette 27/12/11 19:53

Wishing you a Happy Holiday Season. This recipe sounds so interesting - like the whole grain flour and potato combination.

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 27/12/11 20:16

You're right, such a wonderful side dish. I'd gobble these up in no time! Hope you had a lovely Christmas...and happy almost new year to you! :)

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SpicyTasty 28/12/11 00:46

Wonderful pancakes and tempting pictures.

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edith 28/12/11 01:35

Angie, have a Blessed Christmas.

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Words Of Deliciousness 28/12/11 03:15

These pancakes look delicious, the pictures are perfect as always. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas

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Ilke 28/12/11 03:28

How simple. Looks lovely next to the meatballs !!
Wish you an awesome 2012 :)

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 28/12/11 06:08

I've never made savory pancakes before -- I don't know why!!! Need to remedy this soon :D

This looks so drool-worthy!!

Happy New Year, sweetie :)

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Ann 28/12/11 06:39

I always think of pancakes as a breakfast item - it never occurred to me to make a side-dish style pancake! Brilliant! Thanks for sharing and new ideas!

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Jeannie 28/12/11 07:08

Would love to have some pancakes for breakfast too, these looks so delicious! Happy New Year to you Angie:D

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Claudia 28/12/11 14:28

You are so right - who doesn't love a potato pancake? Especially this one. Reaching into cybersphere. Wishing you all good things for 2012!

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Elisabeth 28/12/11 14:43

In our household, we are huge pancake and waffle eaters. I have been wanting to buy spelt flour, every time I visit our Whole Foods Market, and I put it on my list to buy some on my next trip, and for sure I want to make these delicious, tasty, and hardy potato pancake. Love how your turned out, and it's not just for breakfast but for any/every meal. Yumm!
Angie, I would love to make broccoli rabe for you, or any other dishes if you come to visit! That's for sure:DDD

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Ambreen 28/12/11 14:46

Looks absolutely wonderful! Hope you had a lovely Christmas. Wishing you a very Happy New Year :)

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Shirley @ Kokken69 28/12/11 16:20

Happy Holidays to you, Angie! I wish you all the best in the coming new year!

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Lyndsey@TheTinySkillet 28/12/11 17:31

These look amazing, I love pancakes like this. Have yourself a wonderful new year Angie! So good to get to know you, and enjoy all your amazing recipes!

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Tina 28/12/11 19:20

These potato pancakes look so silky smooth and toasty, I would have never thought they were made with potatoes! These are definitely worth a try in the kitchen-yum!
Have a wonderful New Year and I look forward to seeing your posts in 2012!

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T and Tea Cake 29/12/11 00:23

Eine frohe Zeit zwischen den Festtagen wünsche ich dir! ;)

How great is that? I have never thought of making potato pancakes as a side dish! I'm not much of a fan of plain potatoes, so I'll keep this recipe in mind next time I'm making a 'served with potatoes'-kind of dish!

Cheers,
Tobias

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Reeni 29/12/11 03:32

This is timely as I just bought spelt flour for the first time! I need good ideas like this! So delicious and satisfying.

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vianney 29/12/11 05:17

Delish, I know I could a huge pile of these pancakes. Happy Holidays!!

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JasmyneTea 29/12/11 07:11

An amazing dish, and beautiful photos as always :) happy new year!

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What's Baking?? 29/12/11 10:59

What's spelt flour? Don't think we have it here in Malaysia as I've not come across it. Can I substitute with wheat flour?

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Magic of Spice 29/12/11 17:49

I just had spelt pasta for the first time recently and loved it :) These are fantastic!
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, wishing you an amazing 2012 Angie!

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Russell at Chasing Delicious 29/12/11 19:27

Wow. What a recipe! I am definitely going to try these soon.

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Rosita Vargas 29/12/11 23:36

Los crepés lucen deliciosos.Angie te deseo un gran Año Nuevo lleno de bendiciones,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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Katie Mar 29/12/11 23:37

mmmmm talk about healthy pancakes. these look delicious and hearty

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Janine 30/12/11 04:13

finally got myself spelt flour so that i can start baking all the goodies that you've been posting with spelt flour :) can't wait to start with this since it's so simple!

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bookcasefoodie 30/12/11 04:53

Happy New Year, Angie. I have never cooked with spelt flour. I guess, I should try it. Love those pancakes.

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tigerfish 30/12/11 05:41

Great way to pair those pancakes with meat balls/patties :)

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Victor 30/12/11 05:49

I don't recall if I tried making savory pancakes with potatoes, this does sound like a great idea with meatballs.

Happy Holidays, Angie!

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Mike 30/12/11 13:49

Haven't tried to make meal in this combination but I love to cook potato pancakes.
But let's give a try for your recommendation as you can't go wrong with potato and grain spelt

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Nicole Gamble 31/12/11 14:15

So simple and so perfect! Yammy! Thanks for sharing!

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myitaliansmorgasbord 1/1/12 11:26

this look so good... love the combination with meat patties and the addition of spelt.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 2/1/12 13:16

These pancakes look great and I like the combination of potato with the spelt flour.

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