Help . what can I use

to stick my grated kumara together please . have nary an egg in my pantry and I was going to make kumara rosti

Chef_lofty010247, Jul 6, 4:30 pm

When I make potato rostis, I don't use any egg. After squeezing out as much liquid as I can in a teatowel, I grab small handfuls of potato and drop them into the hot oil in the pan. I flatten them a bit with the egg slice. I don't have the temperature too high, and I leave them till nicely browned on one side before gently turning them over. They stay together just fine,

Chef_dbab, Jul 6, 4:41 pm

Not all rosti recipes have an egg in them. Could you just try without?

SNAP

Chef_kaddiew, Jul 6, 4:45 pm

I don't know how to make rosti. When I had no egg to coat chicken pieces in order to crumb them, I used natural yoghurt. Would that work in this instance? I would imagine small amount of cornflour batter type mixture would work instead. Just something to glue it together.

Chef_ange164, Jul 6, 4:45 pm

thanx people . these ones I'm doing are bake in a muffin pan so all is not lost then . Sue (Mrs L)

Chef_lofty010247, Jul 6, 5:11 pm


Hmmm, I'd like to know how to do rosti in a muffin pan . sounds good.

Chef_samanya, Jul 6, 6:23 pm

Muffin tin Kumara Rosti - makes 4
3 medium purple kumara
1 egg
salt & pepper

Peel & grate kumara, season well with salt. Toss well and leave to sit 15/20 minutes. Squeeze out as much liquid as possible. Stir thru egg & season well with pepper. Pack into well-greased muffin pan - large/Texas- and bake at 220 degrees for 20/25 minutes until golden brown on outside & cooked thru middle.

Found this recipe amongst my pile of cut-out and printed off PC recipes so am unable to attribute this to its creator - sorry!

Chef_lofty010247, Jul 16, 9:44 pm

How did they turn out?
Are they similar to the pan fried version?

Chef_uli, Mar 9, 2:16 pm

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