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No. 02 - Vickie's Fring Frang (potato Galette)

Fring Frang is an Acadian fried potato dish. It's a simple, hearty, warming meal which Vickie serves with homemade bread and butter pickles. Enjoy!

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Servings: 4

Prep Time: 00:15

Cook Time: 00:35

Main Ingredients

2 large potatoes, peeled

1 medium yellow onion

salt and pepper

flavourless cooking oil

Preparation

1Grate the potatoes and onion on a box grater or using a food processor, alternating between the potato and onion.

2Stir, and add salt and pepper to taste.

3Heat a large skillet (preferably cast iron) on medium heat. Add a generous amount of cooking oil to the pan. Place grated potato mixture in pan.

4Option 1: For Fring Frang in the potato galette style that Vicki makes it: press the potato mixture into a single large pancake. Cover with a lid. Using a plate to support the pancake, flip it over halfway through cooking to brown the other side.

5Option 2: For a Fring Frang more consistent with the dish traditionally made by Acadians in Clare, Nova Scotia, place the potato and onion mixture in the oiled pan. As it cooks, flip occasionally with a spatula in loose sections, with the goal of building up as much of a crispy crust as possible.

6Serve with bread and butter pickles or ketchup. Enjoy!

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