Rosti

A cross between a potato latke and hash browns, rosti is a fried potato dish from Switzerland. While it originated as a farmer's breakfast item in the Swiss canton of Bern, it is now eaten all over the country at any time of day, often as an accompaniment to other dishes. While basic rosti (ROOSH-tee) is made solely with grated potatoes, regional variations call for such additions as cheese, bacon, onions, fresh herbs and even apples. When prepared in our frittata pan, the rosti emerges golden brown and crisp on both sides.
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tnmathguy
Brentwood, TN
August 21, 2010
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like a cross between hash browns and a knishes
August 21, 2010
when i saw this recipe i was thinking that it would be a great side dish. I was right. The best way to describe it is like a big fluffy hash brown or a very tasty fried knish. next time i will try it with some chopped apples in it for a little something different.
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NickSF
San Francisco Bay Area, CA
June 27, 2010
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Perfect for a cold winter night.
June 27, 2010
This is a great recipe, and a fave.
Get a few good German sausages from a European deli and grill them for the perfect pairing with rosti (in Zurich rosti usually accompanies a veal and mushroom stew).
Serve any red wine you like.