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Simple Cheesy Potato Smiley Recipe

Have a lot of stocks of potato but you have no idea to make use of it? Cheesy potato smiley snacks can be one of the best choice you can have. Easy, you don’t have to master a specific skill of cooking to make this recipe as it cannot be easier to make. This snack goes very well with those who like cheese as we know potato and cheese will never be a boring combination. So, ready to make it? Before that, here are some ingredients to prepare and the steps to make it.

Simple Cheesy Potato Smiley Recipe

Ingredients of Cheesy Potato Smiley
You don’t have a long list of ingredients to make this snack but yeap, you need potato. Two or three potatoes will do. Also, 5 to six tablespoons of cornflour and 1 tablespoon of pepper powder. You can always change into chili powder, it depends on your preference. 1 tablespoon of Oregano, four to five tablespoons of parmesan cheese, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, ¼ tablespoon of turmeric, and salt to taste. The last, you need oil to deep fry the snack later.

How to Make Cheesy Potato Smiley
The first step to make cheesy potato smiley is washing the potatoes cleanly and boil it. When it is done, let it cool and peel the potatoes. Then, grate the potatoes and put it in the bowl. Rather than mash the potato, it is better to grate it. After that, mix pepper / chili powder, oregano, salt, lemon juice, turmeric, cornflour, and grated parmesan cheese with the potato. It is fine if you make it with cheddar cheese.

When you mix it, make sure it blends and make it into a soft dough. Then, make small balls from the dough and flatten it. Do the same to the rest of the dough. Use a straw, make two eyes and a spoon to make a smile. Heat the oil and put the smiley to be deep fried. Fry it until it turns golden brown. Drain and serve it with sauce and ketchup. Eat cheesy potato smileys and you’re ready to say ‘cheese’

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