Potatoes, as many as you can eat
good frying oil
For the wild garlic sauce:
100 ml of chopped wild garlic leaves
100 ml sour cream
50 ml cottage cheese
salt and pepper to taste
if you want to make more sauce, then just multiply the quantities
For the sauce you have to chop the wild garlic leaves really thin. Mix them with sour cream and cottage cheese. Season with salt and pepper. Let it stay in the fridge until you fry the potatoes.
Wash the potatoes, unpeeled. Put them to a pot full of cold water. Add quite a lot of salt and bring to boil. Let the potatoes boil until they are soft all the way through (try with a fork), but not breaking apart yet. Drain and let them cool down. Peel the potatoes and cut appr 5 mm thick slices. If the potatoe is still warm from inside, wait until it is totally cooled down.
Put a dry pan on hob, let it heat up and pour some oil on the pan. Let the oil heat up also. Then add the potato slices, one by one, in one layer. Wait until they have nice golden edges from one side, then turn around and fry the other side. Season with salt. Serve hot with the cold wild garlic sauce.
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