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Green Salad, Latkes (Potato Pancakes) and Turkey Sausage
by Jes Mostek
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In addition to the recipe, you will also need the following for this meal:
  1 (12 oz.) bag  spinach salad kit (with dressing)
  1 (12 oz.) pkg.  turkey bacon

Poppy's Potato Pancakes or Latkes
by John Stone
serves: 5
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  Potato Pancakes work well as a main dish or as a side dish, and they make a nice substitute for mashed or baked potatoes. Great for breakfast too.
  3 c.   Potatoes, grated
  3/4 c.   Onion, minced
  2   Eggs
  2 tsp.   Salt
  1/4 tsp.   Pepper
  3 T.   Margarine or Butter, melted
  1 tsp.   herb mixture, optional
  2 T.   Corn Starch
    oil, to coat pan
  Cooking Instructions:

Peel and grate potatoes.

Or, poke with fork: and microwave for 3 minutes on high. Mince with blender...but don't liquify.

Pour small amount (2-3 T.) of oil into large fry pan set on medium heat.

Mince onion and add to potatoes.

Whisk egg and add to potatoes and onions.

Measure and combine salt, pepper, margarine/butter and corn starch with mixture.

Final mixture should be slightly thicker than regular pancake batter

Spoon batter into hot oiled fry pan to make 10 potato pancakes

Fry each side for five minutes turning only once

Serve hot - These should be the last thing prepared...if not they will become soggy

Serve with sour cream and apple sauce. Salt and pepper to taste.
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