Recipe: Potato balls with mint and coriander

Vegetable recipes with herbs
May 12, 2008

I'm not posting about my plants, because for time-and-health problems I'm not visiting my garden very often.
But I'm still cooking, healthy and tasty recipes like this one.

Potato balls with herbs

Potato balls with mint and coriander

2 potatoes
1 sprig of fresh mint
2 sprigs of coriander
2 fresh garlic leaves
2 tbsp. olive oil
3 tbsp. grated parmesan

Cook the potatoes, peel them and put them through a potato ricer.
Season with the minced herbs, olive oil and grated parmesan.
Shape into balls and serve at room temperature

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Author: naturewitch (URL)

Hi Seemie

These potato balls look great! Will definitely try them.

Sorry to hear you are unwell. Will send you some healing energy.

love and light

Author: Graziana

Hi Naturewitch

thank you!


Author: Sage (URL)

This recipe sounds great and I am going to try and make them soon with herbs from my garden I just don t have coriander growing at present.

Hope you feel better soon and are back with your plants

Author: Graziana

Hi Sage, try parsley and few drops of lemon juice instead of coriander!

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