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Old 01-01-2013, 10:18 PM   #1482
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Originally Posted by kindlekitten View Post
I'll probably cheat with the wrapper and get the commercially available egg roll wrappers. so far I have been playing around with ground chicken as my main component. when you say "pcs" does that mean... 6 potatoes, or 6 pieces of potato?
Many of my recipes come from stuff I find on the web, this included, and often have to modify the quantities. I took it to mean 6 potatoes. But that's because Japanese potatoes are tiny! I've never seen something like a big Idaho baking potato here. They've got round ones a bit bigger than golf balls, and potato-shaped ones about twice the size of a squished golf ball... For this recipe, I used 6-7 of the largest potatoes I could find here, which came out to be about equal to 3 large Idahos. (Idahi?)

As far as the wrappers go, frankly, I really don't notice much taste difference between store-bought egg roll or gyoza wrappers and this dough, and they are a lot less work! They do 'look' different though... The freshly made dough seems to look more crispy, but the texture is actually the same.


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