Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Non-Fried Korokke (Croquette-Like Potato Salad) - Video Recipe

Korokke (Croquette) is a parcel of food such as minced meat or vegetables, shaped into a cylinder or circle, encased in breadcrumbs and deep fried. I already posted my korokke recipe before but this one is different.

I served the potato mixture on a rusk instead of deep frying it with panko, which makes it really healthy. The rusk gives crispy texture like panko, so you can enjoy korokke in a different form.

BTW, it's a yummy tasty potato salad as well ;)

Non-Fried Korokke (Croquette)

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 30min
Number of servings: 12-14 croquettes

12-14 rusk
1 egg
200g (7oz) potato
40g (1.4oz) ham
50g (1.7oz) onion
2 tbsp. mayonaise
salt and cracked black pepper
dried parsley flakes

1. Boil egg and potato together until cooked and soften for about 20 to 30 minutes.
2. While cooking, roughly mince ham and onion.
3. Drain and peel potatoes. Peel egg and add egg yolk in the potatoes and mash them together.
4. Mince the egg white.
5. Add 2, 4, mayonnaise, salt and cracked black pepper in 3 and mix together.
6. Serve 5 on each rusk and sprinkle parsley flakes.

My original recipe in Japanese is here.

Enjoy :)

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  1. i really liked your corokke recipe with eggs so i'm going to try this out too!

    btw i made your bacon and potato miso soup while you were in NY for dinner. i diced in some sweet potato too and it was really yum! my mum was like first time eating this kind of miso soup :P thank you for the recipe!

  2. thank you grub!!!

    yeah, egg makes the potato really rich and delish ;)

    wow! sweet potato is a right choice! actually we do have such miso soup here in japan!!! great!!!

  3. Ochi,

    Interesting and superb easy recipes.I love the way you present your recipes,Ochi. I understand very well too..

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hi jose,

    I'm glad to know that and I'm happy to hear from you :D

    So, how are you doing?!?!

  5. mmm i love croquettes! i tried this scallop croquette at this one japanese restaurant omg.. saiko!



  6. thanks for stopping by kim!

    many people love korokke :D scallop sounds yummy!


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