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Sounded good in theory, but they were very bland and soaked up way too much oil

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Darlene Jack April 08, 2007

The only variation I add is to include 2 tbsp coarse ground honey mustard to the matzo meal [I use breadcrumbs] mix for my own use.

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That is Dr House to you March 02, 2007

Mirj, we thoroughly enjoyed a variation of this recipe tonight. I bought myself an electric pie maker recently, and made my modified version of this recipe in the pie maker. It was 106°F here today and NOT cooking in the oven was a high priority. I followed all your excellent directions, except for adding four cloves of garlic, proportionally more mushrooms and then a can of salmon to the potato/mushroom mixture. At this point I also added some cumin, Greek spice mix and dill. And cooked what were in effect the salmon/ potato/ mushroom patties in the pie maker. So thank you – and Annice – for providing the initial inspiration for my very first dish cooked in my new pie maker! The four of us loved them, we are happy that there are more in the freezer and I’ll certainly be making these again!

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bluemoon downunder December 31, 2005

Dear "mirg", I'm lucky enough to have a neighbor with a "paisachdik" kitchen. I made quite a few of your recipes already. Your potato and mushroom croquettes take the cake! They seem to freeze well too. I doubt they'll last 'til Paisach! Thanks for sharing.

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Shosh March 27, 2005
Annice's Potato and Mushroom Croquettes for Passover