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Great recipe for those who have leftover mashed potatoes. For example, my family does not want to eat it on the second day. Such are the quirks! And it's a shame to throw it away. Usually I make a potato roll out of it, but this time I decided to make dumplings.I didn’t take a picture of the process, because I wasn’t sure what it would turn out, but it turned out just gorgeous! Pampushki turned out tender, fluffy with a slight potato flavor, and the fried bottom crust is a bit like fried potatoes. In general, now I will make them often, especially since the cooking process takes exactly half an hour.

For potato donuts you will need:

    • mashed potatoes - 150-200 gr. If mashed potatoes with milk and butter - so much the better.
    • chicken egg
    • s alt
    • baking powder for dough (2 tsp)
    • flour.


    Set the oven to preheat. In the meantime, break the egg into the puree, mix well. Add s alt (do not forget that mashed potatoes are also s alty) and flour with baking powder. Add enough flour to make a dense, but not too tight dough. Roll the dough into a ball.

    While we prepare a baking sheet - cover it with baking paper, or a baking sleeve. We pinch off pieces from the dough and roll small balls with a diameter of 3-4 cm. Pampushki will increase 1.5 times during the baking process,so don't put too close.

    Put the balls in the oven preheated to 180 degrees for 20 minutes. We take out, grease the top of the donuts with an egg and set to bake until fully cooked (somewhere else 5-7 minutes).

    That's how cute they turned out! They can be eaten not only with borscht, but also as an independent dish with milk or tea. Bon appetit!

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