Bavarian Potato Pancakes

German Potato Pancakes are a delectable way to taste the rich, hearty cuisine of Germany. They are the ideal comfort meal since they are crispy outside and delicate within.

Instruction: AppetizerGerman cuisine Easy to Make in Just Ten MinutesTwenty minutes of cooking timeTime Required: 30 minutes Eight pancakes; servings:
Recipe Items
russet potatoes, 1 pound
an onion, little and yellow
Slightly more than a pinch of salt for seasoning
Spice up your pancakes with a pinch of black pepper.
a third cup of all-purpose flour
one big egg
Fry food in vegetable oil
Peel and wash the potatoes. Use the wide side of a box grater to shred them into a basin. In the same bowl, grate the onion.
Remove as much liquid as you can from the potato mixture if it pools.
Incorporate the flour, egg, salt, pepper (if preparing savory pancakes), and onion combination into the potato mixture. Combine all of the ingredients into a thick batter by mixing them together with your hands.
Put 1-2 tablespoons of vegetable oil into a big pan and set it over medium heat. Pour about 2 tablespoons of the potato batter into the heated oil for each pancake, using the back of a spoon or spatula to gently flatten it.
Cook the pancakes in a skillet over medium-high heat for three to four minutes, or until they are golden brown and crisp. Place on a platter lined with paper towels.
For an additional crispness, cook the pancakes for 30 to 60 seconds on each side after the first fry.
While still hot and crispy, serve the potato pancakes right away. Throw on some applesauce, brown sugar, sour cream, yogurt sauce, or anything else you choose on top.