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Italian Baked Mashed Potato Croquettes

Ingredients

  • Potatoes
  • Bread crumbs
  • garlic
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Italian Baked Mashed Potato Croquettes

 
 

Directions

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Summary

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16 votes | 9814 views

A very delicate crunch and hardly no fat to worry about baking them instead of frying. Grandma's recipe adapted to a healthier new way! Still full of flavor! Love potatoes? This is a must try!

Reviews

  • kathy gori
    March 5, 2010
    yummm! great going Claudia. these look tasty!
    • Daydreamer Desserts
      March 5, 2010
      I can't wait to try these!
      • Susan
        January 12, 2011
        Fab recipe! I love panko anything! Very creative!
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      • liz
        October 29, 2011
        Incredibly delicious!
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        • March 23, 2012
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          • sami
            August 28, 2013
            NICE
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            Comments

            • Shalina Silva
              May 6, 2013
              I like potatoes. I like however dish it is :D
              • Wendi Taylor
                June 12, 2012
                This looks really good. I just wish you'd consider putting your recipes here instead of on an external site, so I can read them on my itouch :-)
                • sansonetti
                  April 11, 2012
                  ma langue préférée est l'Italien
                  • judee
                    March 25, 2012
                    Looks really good and could easily be made gluten free breadcrumbs. I love that they are baked.
                    1 reply
                  • Mary Mount
                    February 20, 2012
                    Can anyone let me know what kind or the name of the grating cheese I should use?
                    Thank you all so much
                    1 reply
                  • Organic Cocktail Recipes
                    February 10, 2012
                    Thanks for this recipe. Looks wonderful. I always preferred baked vs fried.
                    • Shirley
                      March 5, 2010
                      Great idea, baking them, definitely healthy. I've never thought of adding cheese to the bread crumbs. Thats creative!