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When my daughter was little, she loved appetizers. When we met or called a friend for the weekend, she would cheer up and propose: Shall we have a "little pitivito"? What she meant was for us to have a snack, somehow.
In fact, in our house, especially on Sundays, we always make snack things to share in the living room. We do a bit of everything. Apart from the French fries, we make croquettes, mini sandwiches, empanadillas ... but one of the ones we like to make the most is the potato balls stuffed with cheese. They are delicious!
If one day you want to prepare a great appetizer for the whole family, you can prepare these rich and delicious potato balls stuffed with cheese. My daughter loves to collaborate and get involved in making it. She is always responsible for coating the balls, for example. Follow the recipe in case you are interested in making it with your children:
- 400 gr of potatoes
- 250 gr of Edam cheese or another that you like the most
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1 tablespoon butter
- Oil for frying
- Wheat flour for coating
- Breadcrumbs for coating
1- Wash and cut the potatoes in half, and cook them in plenty of hot water, until they are tender.
2- Remove the potatoes, remove the skin and knead them with a fork or pass them through a masher.
3- Put the potato mixture in a saucepan and add two tablespoons of milk and one of butter. Stir until it comes off the bottom of the saucepan. Remove and let it cool down.
4- Cut the cheese into small cubes.
5- Form the balls. Take a small amount of mashed potatoes, fill it with the cheese and make small balls with your hands.
6- Overflow the balls. First, pass them through the wheat flour, then through the beaten egg and then through the breadcrumbs.
4- Put the oil to heat in a frying pan, over low heat.
5- When the oil is hot, add the balls, one by one and fry them until they are golden brown.
6- Take them out of the oil and leave them on absorbent paper to remove excess fat.
7- Serve them still hot, pricked with a toothpick, as if they were lollipops, or in a bowl.
If you wish, you can accompany the balls with tomato sauce.
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