Therepeel of potatoesis it a waste in the kitchen? Women in the kitchen should learn that there is no waste in the kitchen! What is a waste for one dish can become the main ingredient for another, so the stems of mushrooms can create excellent condiments and potato peelcan give life to pancakes, pizzas and baked dishes.
For pancakes made frompotato peelyou need these ingredients: eggs, yogurt, chilli, salt, pepper, dill, flour, garlic, onion and, of course, potato peels. For the complete procedure, please refer to the video proposed at the end of this page.
Thepotato peelsbaked in the oven (perhaps with parsley, mustard and ketchup), as well as fried ones, can be used both as a side dish and as an appetizer. In addition, they can be an excellent dish to accompany an aperitif.
For a more substantial dish you can point to the omelette withpotato and carrot peels. Each serving of this dish provides approximately 251 kcal. Let's see the ingredients:
- 6 eggs
- the skin of 4 potatoes, preferably from your own garden
- the skin of 6 carrots (or two finely chopped whole carrots)
- 1 small onion
- 6 tablespoons of EVO oil
- 125 grams of fresh ricotta
To prepare the peels, dip them in water with a spoonful of baking soda and let them rest for a few minutes. Do the same thing with carrots. With the crescent, cut both peels of potatoesthat ofcarrots. Chop the onion. Chop the parsley.
Heat a non-stick pan over low heat with a drizzle of oil. Brown the onion and add the skins making them cook covered for about 10 minutes. During cooking, add a cup of water. In a deep dish, beat the eggs and add parsley, salt and pepper. In a bowl, dilute the ricotta with a few tablespoons of water and then add it to the egg. Pour the mixture (eggs plus ricotta) into the pan where you are cooking thepeels and mix everything. Halfway through cooking, remember to turn the omelette.