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  • Cindy’s Kansas Kitchen: German Fried Potatoes

    Bratkartoffeln (BRAT-car-toe-feln) is the unofficial German national side dish, their version of french fries, but easier to make. A two-stage cooking process — steaming over medium heat, then frying over high heat — ensures the potatoes are thoroughly cooked and tender in the middle with a golden brown crust outside.

Bratkartoffeln (BRAT-car-toe-feln) is the unofficial German national side dish, their version of french fries, but easier to make. A two-stage cooking process — steaming over medium heat, then frying over high heat — ensures the potatoes are thoroughly cooked and tender in the middle with a golden brown crust outside. Monty Davis madavis@kcstar.com The Kansas City Star
Bratkartoffeln (BRAT-car-toe-feln) is the unofficial German national side dish, their version of french fries, but easier to make. A two-stage cooking process — steaming over medium heat, then frying over high heat — ensures the potatoes are thoroughly cooked and tender in the middle with a golden brown crust outside. Monty Davis madavis@kcstar.com The Kansas City Star
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December 11, 2015 10:33 AM