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Posted by theinnkeeper (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 9, 07 at 10:48

leftover mashed potatoes. I had a dinner yesterday and fed about 60 football boys and I have a bunch of leftover mashed potatoes. Tomorrow I am in charge of a hospitality room for a concert that our church is putting on. Any ideas on how to put these mashed potatoes to work as an appetizer??


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RE: LOOKING for: appetizers using......

I make a rye bread usind mashed potatoes in could make buns.
I also have made fish balls using dried cod, egg mashed potatoes and rolling in crumbs and deep frying....very yummy.
And can you make gnocci and serve them on a tooth pick with a dipping sauce?
Linda C

RE: LOOKING for: appetizers using......

You could also make mini salmon cakes served with a nice remoulade.

Or perhaps add some chopped green onions and press them into mini muffin tins that have been sprayed with cooking oil. Cook until nice and firm and then fill with a tourtiere type filling or a cheese and carmelized onion mixture, heat until bubbly.

RE: LOOKING for: appetizers using......

Here's a recipe you could play around with.

Here is a link that might be useful: Mashed Potato with Tahini

RE: LOOKING for: appetizers using......

Was it on Foodnetwork that they took mashed potatoes and put them around a square of cheese, made a ball and then rolled them in bread crumbs and fried them? I think it was.

They looked good.

RE: LOOKING for: appetizers using......

Ham croquettes are a popular appetizer here, served on a toothpick and arranged on platters.

Here's a link to a recipe for the way I've seen them made:


Here is a link that might be useful: Ham Croquettes

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