Doughless Hush Puppies are a delicious and easy supper that your entire family will love!
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Wow. We’ve been talking about Pesach recipes for a while now, haven’t we? Well, it’s been a marathon of a pre-pesach season, and we are *almost* there. Passover is just a few days away, and I know I’ve shared some killer new recipes for you guys to try for your holiday meals.
You know that the last thing in the world that I want to do right now is stress you out, right? But here’s the thing that I need to remind you. Yeah, there are four days of holiday meals: lots of food, lots of guests, not much prep time, etc. It’s important, however, not to forget that there are a couple of days in between. Days when your family will (inexplicably!) expect suppers. Even if you’ve been out all day on some kind of fun trip. Amiright? Oy, did I just stress you out? No worries though, I’ve teamed up with Gefen to bring you a really delicious – and super easy recipe for your family to enjoy…on passover OR all year round.
Now available in the freezer aisle of your local kosher grocery store.
I’m always on the lookout for cool new kosher products, and when I heard about Gefen’s new Quick Mash, I was instantly sold. You know how instant mashed potatoes are never quite the same as mashed potatoes made from real potatoes? So a shortcut to mashed potatoes was never in the cards for me…until now. Quick Mash from Gefen isn’t instant mashed potatoes. It’s real potatoes, cut, peeled, and packaged in a microwave safe bag. Best of all? You steam the potatoes right there in the bag, which means you don’t have any dishes to wash!
Naturally, a family-friendly product like this made me think of a favorite dish from my childhood: Hush Puppies. (Turns out, according to google, that what we (my family? the kosher world?) calls a Hush Puppy isn’t exactly what the world at large calls a hush puppy. What do you think of when you hear “hush puppy?”) While hush puppies usually have a dough around it, I made these both easier and passover friendly be leaving the dough off. And y’know what? I think I like this new Doughless Hush Puppies version even better than the original!
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- 1 bag (24 ounces) Gefen Quick Mash
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
- ½ teaspoon onion powder
- ½ teaspoon paprika
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 egg
- ½ cup cornstarch, potato starch or flour
- 8 hot dogs
- For coating:
- 1 egg, lightly beaten
- ¾ cup corn flake crumbs or pesach crumbs
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, grease it with nonstick spray, set aside.
- Cook Quick Mash according to package directions. Place potatoes in a large bowl, add spices, and mash.
- Add egg and cornstarch and stir until combined and the mixture becomes a dough-like consistency.
- Wrap an eighth of the potato mixture around a hot dog and place it on prepared tray. Repeat with remaining hot dogs and potato mixture.
- Dip a potato-wrapped hot dog in egg, turning to coat, then into the crumbs, making sure they fully coat all sides. Return to tray and repeat with remaining hot dogs.
- Spray the top of each hot dog well with nonstick cooking spray.
- Bake for 15 minutes, then flip each hot dog and bake an additional 15 minutes.
- Serve hot.
- Store these for a few days in the refrigerator. Reheat uncovered on a baking sheet in a single layer.
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These were amazing!!!! super quick and easy and my kids loved!!!
Loved the gefen potatoes, really taste like real mashed potatoes!
I served it with honey mustard dressing delish!
If I wanted to use real potatoes to mash, how many potatoes do I need for 24 oz?
It sounds delicious and I would love to try this recipe.
Just the idea of ready mash throws me off.
What an awesome recipe! We had it over Pesach and it was a huge hit with both adults and children. The ready mash potatoes are an awesome shortcut! Can’t believe that something so quick to make could be that good;)
Debby Yeger says
I don’t have a microwave. How can I use the Gefen product?
I would just boil and mash potatoes instead.
Esther A Steinhart says
I haven’t seen that product here in Jerusalem, so how many potatoes do I use? Sounds super scrumptious for the grandkids.