Tater Patties

Introduction: Tater Patties

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Got some left over Mashed Taters? Unsure of what to do with them? Nows your chance!

Flour them up and Fry them in Bacon Grease for a Crispy outside and a soft and gooy inside.


  1. Left over Mashed Tater
  2. Flour (AP)
  3. Salt
  4. Pepper
  5. Bacon Grease

Step 1: Step 1: Add Flour

Add about 1 cup of Flour to a container.

Sprinkle Salt and Pepper to taste. Sift it around to incorportate Salt and Pepper.

Step 2: Step 2: Add Taters

Use an Ice Cream Scoop. Add a Scoop of taters, coat the tater all the way around.

Step 3: Step 3: Press Into Patties

Press the Ball of Taters into Patties.

Step 4: Step 4: Add Bacon Grease

Add Bacon Grease to Skillet, enough to coat the bottom of the Skillet. The patties will soak up the grease so need a fair amount.

Then add the Tater Patties.

Step 5: Step 5: Flip

Fry til golden brown and crispy on both sides.

Serve with Eggs and Toast!

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    J Reid
    J Reid

    7 years ago

    Never had them ,till now. They are great.. thx...


    Reply 7 years ago

    So they are your first time then? How did you like them for your first time? I Loved them. The more grease you use, the more crispy they get, Just leave them a little longer to crisp up real good, the part I hate is flipping cause it's harder to get the top crisp unless you got enough grease in the skillet to cover the bottom again. Mom fixed them for breakfast all the time. With some over medium eggs and toast.


    Reply 7 years ago

    Thanks, It's also VERY Tasty. My mother used to fix it all the time. And now I fix it for breakfast just about everytime we have leftover Mashed Taters!