It is the life of a blogger to permanently feel guilty for not posting. Well, sorry it's been a while. I've been cooking old favourites at home like apple and sultana muffins and bolognaise so new recipes have been a little thin on the ground.
I came up with these though as a way of using up an extra jacket potato I'd cooked thinking "I'll make something for pumpkin".
Very well received by my son. I thought they were a little bland and may experiment next time adding some cheese but they would be great finger food for little babies.
Potato pancakes - makes 20-30, ok for babies, would be great for a BLW breakfast.
1 large jacket potato, cooked, scooped out and passed through a ricer or mashed
100g SR flour
Full fat milk to mix (I used 8tbsp)
Unsalted butter for cooking
Mix the mashed potato with the egg and add in the SR flour alternately with the milk until you've added all the flour and get a nice dropping consistency (like cake batter).
Get some greaseproof paper and take a small amount of butter in it. Rub it over a warm non stick frying pan then drop tbsp of the mixture onto the pan. It may take a while to adjust to the right temperature so don't worry if the first one is no good.
Cook until bubbles are appearing on the surface and the surface is starting to look like a skin is forming (sorry, sounds gross but I can't think of a better way to describe it) turn over and cook the other side.
I would think they would freeze, I've put some in and I'll let you know.