Potato Waffles with Applesauce
Long-chain carbohydrates from the potatoes keep us full for a long time and protect us from ravenous attacks. Together with eggs, they are a good source of protein, because the biological value of the protein for these two foods improves when we eat them together.
If you do not have a waffle iron, you can also bake potato waffles with applesauce in a pan. Since you need a little more oil for frying, the calorie content increases due to the changed preparation. By the way, you can prepare the applesauce for the waffles yourself in no time at all. Click here for a simple recipe.
Peel the potatoes, rinse and grate finely. Rinse thoroughly with cold water through a sieve and squeeze out over a bowl. Let the resulting potato water stand until the potato starch has settled.
Carefully pour off the water and mix the grated potatoes with the starch, flour, and the eggs. Season with salt. Heat a waffle iron and lightly grease with butter.
Spread the potato batter on the waffle iron and cook until golden brown. Serve lukewarm or cold, with applesauce for dipping.