This potato pancake recipe I am about to share today, will be a great addition to your breakfast or appetizer recipe collections.
In order to make this simple pancake, you’ll only need: potato, onion, egg, salt, pepper and ketchup. Since they are so common, I bet you already have them in the kitchen. Cheers to no need for a grocery run!
Are you ready to get started? I know I can’ t wait to show you how I made it.
First, I cooked the potato (cut into slices) and onions (shredded) separately (check out the recipe at the end for more details). Next, I emptied the non-stick pan, laid down the potato slices on the bottom and sprinkled the cooked onions evenly on top.
At last, I poured the egg mixture around the pan until it forms a round shape. After waited a couple minutes for the egg to turn firm, I carefully flipped the entire pancake with the help of a big flat plate and pan-fried the other side for a couple of minutes till the pancake’s fully cooked.
That’s it, that’s how I made this delicious potato pancake in three easy steps!
I like the combo of potato pancake with ketchup. Feel free to change things up and use your favorite sauce instead.
Here is a overview of how to make this dish. The total time needed is about 30 minutes.
Below is the recipe for this dish. I would love hear your thoughts about this dish, leave me a comment below!
- 1 potato, sliced
- half a onion, sliced
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 2 tablespoons oil
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ tablespoon black pepper
- Crack two eggs, after beating, toss in salt and black pepper, mix well and set aside.
- Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a pan over medium-low heat, pan fry the potato for about 10 minutes until crisp and cooked through and remove from the pan.
- Add in another tablespoon of oil into the pan, and stir in the onion, stir fry for 8-10 minutes until browned and soft, set aside.
- Carefully lay the potato slices back onto the pan and sprinkle the cooked onion on top of the potato, keep the heat at medium-low, gently pour the egg mixture around the pan, wait for 3-4 minutes until the egg has became firm.
- Carefully flip the pancake (I used a big flat plate to help turn the pancake without breaking it) and cook for another 2-3 minutes.
- Dip with ketchup to serve.