1 hour 30 minutes
Polish Hungarian-style potato pancakes have been made in Poland since the 16th-century. These potato pancakes can be eaten as a dessert or savory dish, though they’re most often eaten as savory. The most popular are eating potato pancakes with sour cream or the polish potato pancakes with goulash recipe.
– Grate them if you want them larger. – Blend the pancakes in the mixer, if you want them softer. – You can replace the fresh crushed garlic with store-bought garlic paste. – User very hot oil or fat for the potato pancakes so that they don’t absorb any of it. – Start making the pancakes while the goulash is slow cooking so that you save time. – You can add some wild mushrooms or bell peppers to the goulash while cooking. – Prepare the goulash first so you can serve it with fresh pancakes!
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