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Survivor Kitchen: Part 2 “Potato Wars” A New Potato.

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… a long time ago in a Kitchen far away safe from flesh eating zombies and rampaging behemoths.. The brave and fearless scavengers forged far and wide returning to the kitchens with offerings of plain potato chips... You know the ruffled kind but no dip, Bastards… A single can of red
beans, and a lowly box of instant mashed potatoes. They stare at the cook with eyes begging
for a sumptuous repast as a reward for their hard and dangerous scavenger work…

My humble offering is Potato, red bean onion cakes!!!!

10 servings of instant mash potatoes made up per the box directions
1 bunch of green onions chopped and washed.
1 can of red beans drained and mashed
Half a bag of potato chips crushed fine (most potato cakes use panko bread crumbs this will be the substitute for them)





The winning ingredients…




Ok that picture of the finished potatoes isn’t blurry its steam. Yes steam ok… maybe it’s not steam F me its blurry.. Well its potatoes. For added flavor I used chicken broth when I made it up. I’m not redoing the picture now… the cakes have been ate!




This is the mashed beans see the beans yes these are what beans look like when they are
mashed. If you don't mash them the cakes fall apart.



The chopped onions, the potato and the beans all mixed together. This is when you want to
season it. I used garlic, black pepper and salt chili pepper cumin a bunch of other stuff I can't remember.. Just season it to taste.



Crushed potato chips… a good way is put them in a zip lock bag and beat them with a rolling pin.. Or the other good way give them to the 4 year old and let him beat them with rolling
pin easier and less stress on your body.

At this point take a half cup or so sized amount of the mixture form it into a ball with your
hands and roll the ball in the crushed potato chips… form it into an even cake and place it
into a well-greased hot frying pan. Cook until brown on both sides then serve with catsup or plain.




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  1. bloodysox's Avatar
    Yarri, Oh man that looks yummy!!!!
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  2. yarri's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by bloodysox
    Yarri, Oh man that looks yummy!!!!
    It was yummy it was one of the tastier things I've made in the kitchen in a long time.
    Thank you!
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  3. thisonegirl's Avatar
    Hmmm, would pinto beans be good, too? I might try them with those, or baked beans! Oh, the possibilities. . . .
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  4. yarri's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by thisonegirl
    Hmmm, would pinto beans be good, too? I might try them with those, or baked beans! Oh, the possibilities. . . .
    I've used both in the dish they work great the baked beans make sure to drain them well though.
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  5. thisonegirl's Avatar
    Thanks for the tip!
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