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Papa Rellena - Stuffed Potatoes 
 
Jul. 30, 2012 3:09 pm 
Updated: Aug. 3, 2012 1:58 pm


Flour, cilantro, Beef Stock Paste (About 1 Teaspoon), Salt, Pepper, Hot Sauce (If Needed, Per Your Taste), Mushrooms, Hamburger (80/20) 3 Potatoes, 1 Egg, 1 Onion, 3 Garlic, Black Olives, 1\2 Jalapeno With Seeds (Use A Whole Jalapeno If You Like It Spicy), Poblano Diced.


Stuffing: Cook In Fry Pan: cilantro, Beef Stock Paste (About 1 Teaspoon), Hot Sauce (If Needed, Per Your Taste), Mushrooms, Hamburger (80/20), 1 Onion, 3 Garlic, Black Olives, 1\2 Jalapeno With Seeds (Use A Whole Jalapeno If You Like It Spicy), Poblano Diced.


Mix Flour With Egg, Salt, Pepper, And Mashed Potatoes, Form A Pattie, And Put Some Of Your Filling In The Center.

Form It Like A Potato, If It Is Hard To Seal Due To Too Much Flour Use Some Water On That Area, And Blend In The Mashed Potatoes So There Is No Seam.


Then Put In On A Floured Plate In The Fridge For A Bit.

Pan Fried


Pan Fried


Deep Fried


I Think The Deep Fried Comes Out Better
 
Comments
Lela 
Jul. 30, 2012 8:25 pm
King this looks great. For the bread and potato mixture how much flour and how much potatoes for each Papa Rellena?
 
Jul. 31, 2012 6:52 am
I have seen this made in many ways. one was was just to use mashed potatoes, then coat the out side with flour, or bread crumbs, or dipped into a batter before frying. when making larger Papa Rellenas I have seen them made with a potato dough, and that's what I did here using 3 potatoes, egg, and maybe 1\4 cup of flour, Salt, Pepper. I actually did not measure the flour, I made them to the fill. It is still fraggle to work with but not as much as using just mashed potatoes.
 
Jul. 31, 2012 1:29 pm
These look good and I love poblano peppers. Best of all, I think my husband just might try it. Thanks for sharing.
 
Jul. 31, 2012 1:30 pm
Have you ever put cheese in the mixture?
 
Jul. 31, 2012 6:03 pm
> "Have you ever put cheese in the mixture?" no, but I am sure it would taste good, maybe a good melting Mexican cheese, and you can get away with calling it authentic :-).
 
Aug. 3, 2012 1:58 pm
Thanks king!
 
 
 
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