The fried potato cake called Korokke in Japanese. It is a Japanese version of croquette. After the improvement of street vendors, it is now an authentic Japanese street food that is comparable to Takoyaki (octopus balls). The shell is crisp and delicious, the sag is soft and attractive, and the cheap street food makes everyone feel the little bit of a dull life.
Ingredients of making Korokke
- Potato – 3 pcs
- Onion – 1/2 pc
- Shallot- 10g
- Lunch meat – 1/2 can
- Whipped cream – 20g
- Egg – 3
- Corn starch – 50g
- Bread crumbs- 50g
- Salt – 3g
- Broken pepper – 2g
- Cooking oil for deep fry
How to make Korokke
Step 1 Wash the vegetables, peel the potatoes and cut into small pieces, and cut the shallot into small pieces.
Step 2 Take a pot of boiling water, put the chopped potatoes into it, you can use the chopsticks to poke the potatoes to test if they are cooked.
Step 3 Pick up the potatoes and drain the water then mash them into mashed potatoes
Step 4 Add salt, pepper, shallot and whipped cream and mix well.
Step 5 Cut the onion and lunch meat, stir fry in a hot pan.
Step 6 Stir in the mashed potatoes and mix well.
Step 7 The mashed potato is divided into about 30g of each ball and pressed into a cake shape.
Step 8 Pour the oil in the pan. The cake is wrapped in cornstarch, egg liquid, and bread crumbs.
Step 9 The cakes are fried until golden on both sides. Then drain the excess oil.