Pratie oaten are very simple Irish pancakes that have a nice flavor of potato. Add beans and you have a solid Winter breakfast. A brunch for me.
Taisho kintoki mame. OK, you need time to boil them. Let’s say, you make big batches in advance like me. So you have boiled beans. And let’s say you’ve put potatoes to boil the night before. Well, that was with the stove’s timer so you won’t find a burned kitchen but boiled potatoes when you wake up.
The patties are quickly made. Mash a boiled potato, mix in oatmeal, add in a little melted lard, season with salt and pepper. Of course, you can use butter or a plant-based fat instead.
Cook on the griddle (in a pan) with the same fat.
Quick too. Mix ingredients, reheat the time you make the pratie oaten. The miso has already a “longly simmered…
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