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Peel 500g Potatoes. Grate them as fins as you can,

Always try to use  the potatoes with out leaving longer. Potatoes always go dark soon. Then the colours will not be nice.

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Squeeze the excess liquids

Squeezing the extra liquid is not that easy. But do as much as you can, or dry on a paper towel.

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Wash the green part of a leek and then slice finely.

When you wash the green part of the leek make sure to seperate the leaves first and then wash one by one to remove the mud or dust on it. leeks easily collect mud.

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I used 3 stock cubes, 1 tsp full curry powder and 1/2 teaspoon full with enough salt to the taste.

I always like extra taste. You can always reduce or omit stock cubes. I used the vegetable stock cubes.

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Add four eggs in to it.
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Add spices , green part of the leek on to the potatoes.
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Add 1/4 cup of flour.
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Next add 1 can skin & bone removed salmon in to the potatoes.
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Next add the eggs, If you are a vegetarian you can totally omit this.
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I used my stand mixer. Always you can hand mix it.
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Prepare a muffin pan or individual cups . Spray oil.
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Spoon the mixture. If you like add some cheese on top. Bake on 190c about 20-30 minutes.
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Serve with chutney or tomato sauce.
Posted by:The Culinary Corner

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