Definitely not traditional. It was way too mushy and disintegrated as soon as they hit the oil. You have to add Matzo meal or flour to make it stick together. I had flour on hand, so I added a 1/4 cup to the potato/egg mixture.
Rating: 1 stars
It did not stick together. It was to mushy. I turned it into a cheese mash.
Rating: 4 stars
My Mom made these when I was a kid 50+ years ago! I add some caramelized onions and garlic to them, but use your imagination and make them your own! Cheese inside and/or out, chives, parsley, mushrooms, bacon, sour cream, a little Paprika. These make a great side dish to most any meal, or they can be enjoyed on their own. Sometimes, I will 'flatten' them a little for more crispness and serve with sour cherries over top, served with a breaded pork loin chop, glazed carrots, and a salad! Hint: You don't 'have' to fry these either! Just put the mix in a small casserole dish, sprinkle with cheese and bake for 30 minutes.
Rating: 5 stars
When I mash the potatoes, I add sour cream anyway. I fried the pancakes in 1 T salted butter and 1 T olive oil. Nothing else is needed except some leftover turkey and cranberry sauce!
I like add baccon biy's ans serve with eggs over easy for breakfast.
Poached eggs are also good.
I often make these but add green onions and serve with sour cream.