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Polish Potato Pancakes are one of my favorite comfort foods but theyre definitely one of those foods I only have once in a blue moon. My grandmother made these often when I was a kid and as the tradition goes, my mother made these throughout my childhood into adulthood once in a while.
Theyre actually quite easy to make, meaning the ingredients needed are very few, but the grating of the potatoes takes effort. Typically two potatoes in, my arm is sore and Im wondering what I got myself into (haha). There are many different graters on the market but the one I use is my grandmothers old school potato grater (which I admit are hard to find, but can be found if you search for them), which essentially pulverizes the potatoes into little starchy potato clouds. While it pulverizes the potato I have to be VERY careful to not let it nick my hand because its not a pretty sight if it does.
These can be enjoyed any which way you like. Plain, with sour cream, or my absolute favorite way: with ketchup!
While I did calculate the points plus values for these, I was able to do so by measuring the oil I used in the beginning and measuring the oil I had leftover at the end. I assumed the oil that wasnt present was absorbed into the end product.
You can find my recipe here on my blog: http://shannonslifestyle.blogspot.com/2013/12/polish-potato-pancakes.html