Gromperekichelcher-Luxembourg Potato Fritters#EattheWorld

Luxembourg potato fritters called Gromperekichelcher. These are awesome crispy fritters made of grated potatoes, onions, parsley, flour and eggs. These are made flat, but I used a tablespoon to shallow fry  them.  They were delicious, but authentically, these should be formed flat like a small pancake and pan fried. We enjoyed as a side dish with our lunch.

Serves 2 

2 Medium Potatoes
1 Small Onion
2 Tablespoons Heaped Freshly Chopped Parsley
2 Small Eggs
½ Tablespoon Heaped Self Raising Flour
Salt, Pepper and Red Chilly Flakes to taste
Oil as required for frying

Wash, peel and coarsely grate the potatoes.
Put them in a cloth to remove excess water by pressing it.
Put them in a bowl, add the parsley, onions and mix them well. Add the beaten eggs, salt, pepper and red chilly flakes to taste and finally mix in the self raising flour.
Heat the oil in a frying pan until medium hot. Form the batter into flat cakes, I used a tablespoon to make them of same size and fry them in the oil on both sides until golden brown.
Remove and place on a paper towel to remove excess oil, serve warm.
Labels: Pancake, Fritters, Potato, Starters, Snack, Eat the World, Breakfast, Luxembourg, International Cuisine 

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  1. I love potato pancakes. Can't wait to try your version.

  2. I love how we all put our own spin on this recipe. Yours look scrumptious.

  3. Awesome recipe! It looks similar to our onion pakoda. Very tempting one indeed!

  4. Such a delicious treat! That texture looks wonderful and definitely perfect for pairing with lunch.

  5. These look so crunchy & delicious!

  6. These look fabulously crunchy!!

  7. I love how crispy your potato patties look - so delicate and lacy. I bet they're delicious!