Sunday, 12 March 2017

Raggmunk/Swedish Potato Pancakes

Potato pancakes aka Raggmunk is one of the most favourite meal of Swedish people and this dish is a must for them, obviously Swedish peoples love this pancakes. Raggmunk is a common dish and Ragg means crispy and munk means donut pan in Swedish.Usually eaten with fried salted pork and Lingonberries, this dish makes a complete meal. Thinly grated potatoes when mixed with egg, flour and spiced with pepper powder and salt, once fried in pan with butter makes this incredible pancakes. Swedish cuisine have varieties of potato based pancakes. Even Raraka is a variety of potato pancake which is known as lacy potato cake as this dish is made just with grated potato and egg without any batter preparation.

Raggmunk, Swedish Potato Pancake

You can prepare this dish in a jiffy as this Swedish pancakes calls for easy preparing process and cooking method. You can also prepare the batter in advance but dont add the grated potatoes. Just add the grated potatoes before start frying the raggmunk. Also dont spread the batter to thick as we want this pancakes crisp and buttery edges. Am running this week's blogging marathon with Swedish Recipes as theme for this week. Hence am posting this delicious pancakes.

Swedish Potato Pancake

Recipe source:here
4nos Potatoes (grated thinly)
1/4cup Flour
Salt
Black pepper powder
1 Egg (beaten)
1/2cup Milk
Butter (for frying)

Take the flour, beaten egg, milk, salt and pepper powder in a bowl.

Whisk everything well without any lumps.

Now add the grated potatoes, mix well, (no need of squeezing the grated potatoes).

Swedish Potato pancake, Raggmunk

Heat a pan with butter, spoon enough batter and fry in both sides until this pancakes turns golden brown and crispy.

Repeat the same process in small batches until the batter gets finished.

Serve with your favourite sauce.

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13 comments:

vaishali sabnani said...

Sweet potatoes are so healthy and this is an interesting recipe to dish out.

Priya Vj said...

Hey that's a good one..for non egg eaters can we skip the beaten egg part and proceed or is there a substitute for it !

Srivalli said...

I am sure those pancakes must have tasted so good priya..good one..

Sandhiya said...

It remind me of the dish Rosti that i have tried under Swiss breakfast. Pancake looks so yummy.

rajani said...

Love those pancakes, it's in my to do list too!

Archana Potdar said...

Love the pancakes. I want to make them asap.

Chef Mireille said...

this crispy form of potato pancakes must be delicious - I have only had the softer kind common in Eastern European cuisine

Sarita said...

Potato pancakes looks great. Nice easy recipe.

Harini-Jaya R said...

These are always welcome at home.

Ritu Tangri said...

these pancakes are an easy way to please the kids.

Usha Rao said...

Potato pancakes look crisp and yummy. Pe Text for breakfast or even an even snack I suppose.

Pavani N said...

Those potato pancakes look delicious Priya.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Sweet Potato pancakes are new to me. This is indeed a better breakfast choice