Potato Latkes – Bramborák

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Ingredients:

Makes: About 10 larger ones
Prep: 10 min.
Cook/Fry: 30 min.
Total: 40 min.

2 lb. potatoes
1 egg
1 tsp salt
1 tsp marjoram
1/2 tsp caraway seeds (optional)
2 cloves garlic
1/3 cup all purpose flour
oil for frying

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19 comments
  1. You’ve done it again! These were awesome! I can’t believe I can make and eat Czech/Central European food like this 🙂 They tasted just like the ones I ate last June in Poland and the Czech Republic. Yum! I can’t wait to try all your other recipes 😉

    1. 🙂 I am so happy it came out right and you liked it 😉
      Btw I am still working on that svickova recipe. I didn’t forget 😉

  2. dnes jsem nahodne objevila vasi webovku a musim rict ze je super.nemuzu se dockat az budu mit vice casu ji prohlednout celou 🙂

    1. 🙂 To mam radost, doufam, ze se vam tu bude libit 😉 Snazim se davat nove recepty kazdy tyden.

  3. My husband is Czech so your videos are wonderful. What meal do you serve these pancakes with please? Are they served on their own or as a side dish?

    1. Thank you, I am glad you like them. 🙂 I eat them without any side dish. Sometimes I make them as a main meal, when I don’t know what to cook or don’t feel like cooking. 😉

  4. My grandmother used to make these and as I was watching you fry them I could almost smell the yumminess! Sometimes on a Saturday afternoon she’d just decide to make them for a hot snack. I’ve not had one in about 30 years…I think it’s time I start making some.

    1. Thank you Shawn for sharing this sweet memory of your grandma. Wow you didn’t have these for 30 years. Definitely time to make some. 🙂 I hope mine tastes as good as the ones your grandma made.

  5. I love your videos, it really takes the guess work out of trying your recipes.
    Although my mom was born in Germany she is born of a czech mom and dad and claims czech ancestry as do I. Love love love the website which I found by accident as I searched “strudel in czech”.
    What a find!! God bless.

    1. ps do you have a recipe for knedliky

      1. Yes I have regular dumplings recipe, bread dumplings, potato dumplings and fruit dumplings. 🙂 Here is the link: http://www.czechcookbook.com/?s=dumplings You can do search in my search feature on my website if you need to find anything. 😉

    2. Hi Linda, I am glad you enjoy my website. 🙂

  6. I have not yet tried any of your recipes but I have to tell you they look so good. These potatoes are one of my favorite dishes and I am going to try these tonight. Thank you for taking the time to do these videos because without them we would never be able to experience true Czech food and actually see how to do it. Love these videos! The only reason I have not tried them is because a friend just sent me the link a couple of days ago … thank you again!

    1. 🙂 Thank you Barbarie for your lovely message. It put smile to my face. 🙂 I hope Latkes turned out great and you enjoyed them. Wishing you all the success in making more of my recipes. 🙂

  7. I am Czech, made the sauerkraut tonight with breaded pork chops and spartzle. It was delicious. My family loved the kraut. I never thickened it with flour before, I am a convert. I will use your recipe from now on. I have never been to the Czech Republic before, it is on my bucket list. My grandparents were born in Prague. Can’t wait to go th Czech Republic.

    1. I am glad to hear how much you all enjoyed the sauerkraut Paula! I hope you can visit Czech Republic soon! You will love it!

  8. Omg I can’t wait to make these I’m so happy I found u. It reminds me of when my baba would cook for my dad and Jetta when I was a little girl. I can’t wait to cook this up for my boyfriend. Keep up the amazing videos. Love it.
    Ps: my baba passed away when I was only 11 and she wanted to teach me before she was to old too but we never got to. So it’s nice to see u teaching people thank you.

    1. Thank you Emily! I am so sorry to hear about your grandma. 🙁 She left too soon. I hope my recipes will bring some wonderful memories! 🙂

  9. My grandfather used to put raw onion in his “harulla?” He also made palacincky which were so nice and thin!! Ih how I miss those days. Glad I found your website!

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