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Apples Macarius

Apples Macarius
Apples Macarius

Apple Macarius | To respond to Christelle's invitation ( La cuisine de Poupoule ) to take part in the 84th edition of the Recipe game around an ingredient , this month the potato, I unearthed the recipe for Macaire apples: these are potato croquettes with butter, crispy and soft to perfection. It's hard to resist their good taste. It is a recipe to keep because as they say, to try it is to adopt .

According to Wikipedia , the origin of this recipe dates back to the second half of the 19th century, and its name comes from that of a fictional character of the time, Robert Macaire. We are left with a recipe of great simplicity, made up of very basic ingredients, which goes wonderfully with any meat dish. Be careful though, these Macaire apples are rich in butter.

Ingredients (for 6 croquettes)

  • 600 g tender potatoes (for mashed potatoes)
  • 80 + 15g butter 
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 C. at s. flour (optional)
  • 15 sprigs of chives
  • 50g flour
  • 1 C. at s. oil
  • Salt pepper

Preparation

Boil the potatoes in water, with their skins on. As soon as they are cooked through, drain and peel them. In a bowl, mash them with a fork

Salt, pepper and add the butter in pieces. Crush it with the potatoes: it melts and mixes.

Finally add the egg yolk and the previously washed, dried and chopped chives

Mix quickly so that the yolk does not coagulate. The dough obtained comes off the walls of the salad bowl. If it seems too soft, add a spoonful of flour to dry it out.

Form croquettes with your hands.

Coat them with flour.

In a non-stick skillet, melt the rest of the butter with the oil. Place the croquettes and brown them over medium heat for 5 minutes.

Flip the croquettes and continue cooking for another 5 minutes. Salt. Serve the Macaire apples with a well-dressed salad.

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