- Joined Apr 3, 2010
OOZE yea thats the way it's supposed to be made.. Here sometime they use a Duchess mix and form it into a pear shape with a clove as a stem . Its called Pear William Potato almost a lost item in todays cooking world.
Well, well, if it isn't the famous "mille croquettes" machine! One of these lived in my parents cellar, now more than 35 years ago and came to surface every time we made potato croquettes on festive days to serve with the main dish. Always potato croquettes, I don't remember any other being made with this very handy thing. Other croquettes -let's say béchamel based ones- were always handrolled or shaped.