Potato pancakes is a classical Polish dish. Fortunately, even during the most difficult times, potatoes, onion and oil have always been in the kitchen. In a few homes they are served with cream and jam, and there is a more satisfying version with meat or vegetable stew. In my home, we ate them simply with sugar.
My pancakes today were supposed to be dry. It was only a partial success because my son intimated that they come into the picture only with caster sugar. This time my daughter gave the sugar a miss. She demolished a whole bunch of pancakes with ... nothing.
For adults I propose something a little different: thick sour cream, smoked trout and dill. They were excellent. Prepare and try them. I recommend them!
1kg of potatoes
half an onion
5 tablespoons of flour
2 tablespoons of natural yoghurt
salt and pepper
oil for frying
on the top: 18% sour cream, smoked trout, dill