(Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles

July 18, 2016

(Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles


Let me introduce you to my latest obsession: savory potato waffles.
Can I be honest with you? I am totally a sweet waffles person, so savory waffles are way out of the box for me.
But then I found out that I LUV these (Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles, like a lot.
Maple syrup and butter, I’ll come back for you when the morning comes.



These savory waffles started with an overabundance of potatoes and humid mid-summer heat — which we all know is the worst for storing potatoes. They just don't keep.
Sure, I’ve made a lot of potato salad but I wanted to make something else, something like potato waffles.

(Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles


You’ve probably seen hundreds of recipes for tater tot waffles.
Take a bag of frozen tots, smash ‘em onto a waffle iron -> delicious tater tot waffles.
But this time we do things a little bit differently.
Shredded potatoes + seasoning + egg -> awesome Herbed Potato Waffles.
You might as well call these latke waffles or hash brown waffles if you like. You have all the rights to do so.
I like to call ‘em for what they are: waffles made with potatoes and herbs.
Super simple, super tasty, super-duper-awesome.

(Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles


These are great served with a sunny-side up egg on top, smothered with sriracha or caramelized onions. Let’s not even talk about crispy bacon because that’s where it’s at.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner...it’s always the right time to make these bad boys.

(Flourless) Herbed Potato Waffles                                                                                             Print this recipe!
Inspired by SandraEasyCooking

Ingredients
Makes 2 squared waffles, enough for 2 people

1 ½ cups shredded potatoes
1 medium egg
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon Herbes de Provence* (substitute dried thyme or an “Italian herb blend”)
½ teaspoon fine grain salt
Ground black pepper to taste

*Herbes de Provence can be found at specialty foods stores and in the spice section of most supermarkets.

Directions

In a bowl combine all ingredients and mix well.
Heat the waffle maker and grease it very well (this is not your typical waffle mix and it might stick, so this is very important!)
Spread the potato mixture evenly. Close and cook until golden brown (this might take anywhere between 10 to 15 minutes depending on how powerful your waffle maker is).
Serve warm!

Nutrition facts

One serving yields 116 calories, 5 grams of fat, 13 grams of carbs, and 5 grams of protein.

12 comments:

  1. These savory waffles look delicious! Love the herbs :)

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    1. They are really something M, you should definitely try 'em!

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  2. Wow, these look incredibly edible. If only I could reach through the screen and grab a few. Thanks so much for the recipe, Mike. Cheers, Ardith

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    1. They're more than edible...they're delicious! ;)

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    2. They're more than edible...they're delicious! ;)

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  3. Well, now I'm hungry! ;)
    They look and sound delicious. I need to get my hands on a waffle maker!

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  4. You took the words right out of my mouth when you mentioned putting a sunny side egg on top or Sriracha sauce. So good!

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  5. I'd have to slather with butter and gorge. Awesome idea Mike. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Or with a sunny side up egg on top (with a runny yolk of course!)

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  6. These waffles sound like the perfect brunch recipe!

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  7. This is the recipe I was looking for! I will try this recipe with sweet potatoe tomorrow, first thing!

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