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Baked Potato Patties

What you need: 

1 pound potatoes, peeled and roughly grated
2 teaspoons salt
4 tablespoons flour
all-purpose seasoning, to taste
2 tablespoons vegan mayonnaise
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 medium onion, thinly sliced

What you do: 

1. Preheat oven to 430 degrees F. Place parchment paper on cookie sheet and oil it. Put grated potato in large bowl, add salt and wait for 5 minutes for potato to release its juice.
2. Add flour and seasoning. Mix well. (Sometimes I put everything in microwave for 2 minutes, it sticks together better.) Form 1" patties and place them on cookie sheet. Bake for 9 minutes.
3. Meanwhile, mix mayonnaise and mustard together. When patties start to golden on the bottom, take them out, flip and spread on mayonnaise mixture.
4. Top with thin onion rings and bake for 9 more minutes.

Preparation Time: 
30 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4-5

SO HOW'D IT GO?

do you cook the potatoes before grating them?

i don't. but you could and i bet it would taste totally different (not sure if better).  ;)

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sorry this is probably a stupid question because no one has asked it but do you cook the potatoes before grating them?

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I just made these with finely shredded sweet potato instead of plain potato, and used garlic and onion powder along with nutritional yeast for my spices.

My dip was nayonaise, tahini "goddess" dressing and ketchup mixed (my boyfriend's idea, not half bad).

They were fantastic! I couldn't figure out how to fit the oil in, so I just sprayed the pan and patties with Pam.

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Ok, so mine came out purpleish...b/c I left them for a while after I grated them. I added thyme (too much of it), oregano, and onion powder. They came out (not only weird looking and w/too much thyme), but a bit too salty. I thought the texture was a little off-putting, but this could have been due to the potatoes setting out..and the fact that I baked them at 350 for a few minutes before turning the oven up (I also used a silpat). I used horseradish mustard, yellow mustard, and veganaise for the top (really good), and did add the onion (chopped). I don't really think I'll be making these again (don't like grating the potatoes! and b/c of the texture), but I'm glad I tried them.

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These were awesome  :> Hooray for vegan latkes! Keda, all of your recipes look great! I can't wait to try more of them :)

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Do we need vegan mayonaise and mustard to bind this? I don't like either but I want to make potato patties.

I've just made these...left half of them without the mayo, mustard topping. No, it's not needed as a binder, it's just for flavor.

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Do we need vegan mayonaise and mustard to bind this? I don't like either but I want to make potato patties.

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After you let the potatoes release the moisture..do you drain/squeeze them, or leave it all in?

it depends on the amount of it. 2-4 tablespoons are fine, more should be drained. the moisture blends with flour and helps them to stick together. also the mixture should be moist enough as it dries out a bit in the oven, so if you've come across dry potatos, just add a bit water.

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After you let the potatoes release the moisture..do you drain/squeeze them, or leave it all in?

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