Potato Patties
(Wal-mart Friendly)

Two nights ago, I made another Walmart friendly recipe that people have tasted and liked. :) I made potato patties using a principle that I expanded from the 100% Vegetarian Cookbook. Although I’m having to tweak the recipes to my liking, I love the cookbook because I believe all the recipes are Walmart friendly.

Here’s my potato patty recipe:
Put these the ingredients in a pot and cook on low to medium heat until you can mash the potatoes:
6C potatoes, peeled and diced
2C chopped onion
2C water

Then turn off the stove, and add:
2 tsp. salt
2 tsp. garlic powder
4 tsp. dried parsley (or 4 tbs. fresh parsley. That’s what I found at Walmart)
4 Tbsp. flour

Put onto a sprayed cookie sheet and form into patties. Put them in the oven at 350. Bake for 15-20 minutes on one side, and then 15-20 minutes on the other side.

You can eat them with ketchup, too. :)

Here’s my recipe demo:

  • Jfrasure06

    Thank you for doing this about Walmart friendly. Some times I think people for get how to cook because they are all so pressed for time. A lot of people eat out to save time. But if they have simple food to cook, this helps. I have ate these potatos before and they are really good any time. Thank you again. June from Mo.

  • OpenSourceVegan

    You’re very welcome June!

    I’ve posted two other Walmart friendly recipes or recipe ideas:
    1. My vegan pizza
    2. My apple crisp

    I’m looking to post soon a Walmart friendly granola recipe for my apple crisp. I should’ve done it already, but I wanted to make sure I posted a good one. My first one I tested didn’t come out right.

    Also, I’m going to post a Walmart friendly video about how you can turn the apple filling into a apple turnover if you would like.

    I also posted on YouTube how I simply make brown rice, but I didn’t post it on OpenSourceVegan.com yet.

  • WINAS3

    GREAT VIDEO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!