(English) Kartoffelpuffer (potato pancakes) with olive sour cream

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20 thoughts on “(English) Kartoffelpuffer (potato pancakes) with olive sour cream

  1. This looks like a wonderful recreation. I feel the same way about some of my grandmother’s recipes – even though my mom makes them too, it’s just not the same. She died at the ripe old age of 94, but when I only known my husband for three months. I wish they could have met. I have only veganized her vegetables – but she loved a breakfast casserole, a green Jello salad, and some other things I haven’t even thought about veganizing.

  2. Yay for Oma’s potato pancakes! That P is quite a gem. :D I am totally intrigued by the olive sour cream, too–it sounds fantastic and my head is reeling with all the possible uses for it!

  3. What a sweet post, Mihl! I miss my Grams so, so much. She died 4 years ago. She wasn’t much of a cook at all (she believed in eating out & my uncle who lived with her joked that they only time he got a home cooked meal was when my Mum was there on a visit to cook for him!).

    I love potato pancakes so much, I haven’t made any this autumn, but now I’m craving some!

  4. I’m so glad P was able to recreate them for you! Potato pancakes are one of my favorite comfort foods & I love how beautiful and easy these seem. What a treat!

  5. How delicious! Love it with the mushrooms instead of the usual savory route. What a sweet post.

    For me, grilled cheeses are the ultimate comfort food, but I haven’t attempted a vegan version yet…

  6. My grandmother made the best potato pancakes. And my mother made pretty good ones, too. My mother hand-grated the potatoes until she got a food processor, then she used that. I like my pancakes with fresh ground pepper and nothing else. The plate of food looks so wonderful, it’s making me want potato pancakes right now!

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