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"My German family call these potato pancakes Kartoffelpuffer. I love them and when my daughter and I went to a German restaurant in Denver, CO, I recommended she order this and she really ranted and raved over them. You can top them with either applesauce or sour cream. My late husband poured catsup over his and my poor Aunt. She was horrified..."
"The first time I tasted one of them, I became hopelessly addicted! The ones I had were stuffed with whole almonds. Like Lay's potato chips, you can't just have one!"
"Instead of parsnip, we used celery root, kohlrabi and mushrooms for our recent Thanksgiving dinner. I made turkey with wild rice soup using the left over turkey meat and the roasted vegs. It was very good!"
"For a Passover meal, I made this loaf for a group of women. I followed the recipe exactly...the only modification I did was to add about a teaspoonful of dried dill weed to the mixture in the food processor. After the women took the the first taste, the loaf disappeared! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. It is definitely a keeper!"
"My grandmother used to make them, but instead of corn flakes, she used Rice Krispies. After she made a batch, she always had to hide it, otherwise it would disappear quickly! :)"
"It is a very versatile recipe. One of my roommates who is Native American from Montana made this by using canned Veg-All. Since I prefer my vegetables either fresh or frozen, I use two cups of frozen mixed vegetables Normany style from Costco for this recipe.. We even tried it with chicken. It works very well!"