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Bubble-n-Squeak

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    Bubble-n-Squeak

    3 cups (750 mL) mashed potatoes
    2 cups (500 mL) cooked dino kale, chopped
    1 large beaten egg
    4 oz (125 g) extra-sharp cheddar cheese, grated
    Fresh grated nutmeg
    Salt and pepper to taste

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    Mix potatoes with kale, egg, cheese, and seasonings. Divide mixture into 8 patties. Chill patties in fridge for an hour to make them firm and easy to handle.

    Coat patties with light dusting of flour. Lightly oil frying pan and heat until it’s nice and hot—slide patties in pan and fry on each side until golden and crisp. Serve with a dollop of chutney on top!

    Serves 4.

    Each serving contains:
    344 calories; 15 g protein; 11 g total fat (6 g sat. fat, 0 g trans fat); 51 g carbohydrates; 8 g fibre; 259 mg sodium

    Source: "Spud Wiser," alive #348, October 2011

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