Blogging Marathon-Perkedel Ketang

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Today is Day 2 of the 3 day Blogging Marathon on Fritters. My recipe for the day is for Perkedel Ketang which is a potato based fritter from Indonesia.
It is yummy, easy and actually does not need too much oil. And as I write this, my two year old has already finished one and is in the process of cleaning off the next one. What more can I ask for?
WHAT YOU NEED
2 Russett potatoes
2 garlic cloves
1 shallot
2 tbsp fresh or dried herbs
2 tsp – 2 tbsp corn flour ( See notes)
Salt
Pepper
2 tbsp Oil
1 egg
WHAT TO DO
Boil potatoes so that it can be mashed completely without any lumps.
Grind garlic and shallot to fine paste.
Mash potatoes fully and add salt and pepper
Add the shallot, garlic mix to the potatoes.
Add the herbs and mix
Divide the potato mix into 8 to 10 pieces and flatten each to make thin patties
Sprinkle corn flour on all the patties
Heat the oil
Beat the egg in a wide mouthed vessel so that it is easy to dip
Dip each patty in beaten egg and place it in the oil
Patties should be half submerged in oil.
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Remove when both sides are golden brown
Notes
1. You can use any other type of potatoes to make these fritters. The advantage of Russett potatoes is that it is easily mashable and also easy to shape.
2. If you are not using Russett potatoes then you may have to add some corn flour to the potato mix in order to be able to shape the patties.  The quantity of corn flour depends on the type of potatoes used.
3. The preferred method to grind garlic and shallot is by using mortar and pestle. But you can grind with a mixer or you can grate them.

16 Comments Add yours

  1. Praba Bubesh says:

    yummy potato fritters…looks crunchy…

  2. Never heard of them but they looks and sounds yummy.

  3. Suma Gandlur says:

    The experiment must be a super hit of if the little one loved it. 🙂

  4. Srivalli says:

    Sounds more like our cutlet right..good one..and lil ones enjoy, what more can we ask for!

  5. Padma Rekha says:

    Good choice and recipe sounds almost like our cutlet but looks yumm

  6. priya says:

    Very crispy fritteres, if i make this fritters, i wont keep myself away from them.

  7. Harini says:

    These aloo tikkis (whatever other name it is 🙂 ) are very addictive.

  8. look so nice and crispy

  9. PJ says:

    These potato fritters are addictive for sure!!

  10. Varada says:

    If the family loves it then it is worth the effort.

  11. Looks yumm, similar to cutlets,potato is such a versatile veggie, can be made into anything!!!

  12. It should definitely taste god if approved by a 2 year old. They are the hardest critic to satisfy! Lovely recipe.

  13. Pavani says:

    Wow, those Indonesian aloo tikkis look amazing — so crispy and delicious.

  14. These are deliciously addictive. I love them

  15. ruchi indu says:

    wow!!! a very easy fritter from Indonesia!!!

  16. Sneha datar says:

    This is tempting and delicious.

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