Tuva's pockets - almost like great-grandmother's potato cakes

Tuva's loaves taste almost like my great - grandmother's potato cakes. One of the great childhood memories for me was when my great-grandmother, Karen Fernanda, made potato cakes, which were baked right on the plate in the oven. I got them served with syrup and a glass of kefir. I had not tasted it since and was extra happy when Tuva made it. They tasted just as good as I remembered, so thank you so much Tuva ❤️

This recipe gives 12 pockets.

1 kg of potatoes

1 ts salt

1.5 dl wheat flour

1 dl sifted rye flour

Extra wheat flour to use when baking

Boil the potatoes, peel them and mash them well, with salt. Mix in the flour. The dough is divided into 12 parts, which are rolled out to about 20 cm. in diameter. If you want them very perfect, you can cut them round by putting on a kettle lid and cutting around. Bake on a rack or in a dry frying pan until they get delicious pocket stains. Stack the pockets in a pile, with cloth over, so they stay soft.

Tuva's pockets can of course be served with sausages, but preferably with e.g. butter and brown cheese, or my favorite - syrup and a glass of kefir.


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