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home > recipes > vegetables > uncle boudreaux's spud puffs
Ingredients: 1) 3 Tbsp Milk 2) 2 Tbsp Butter 3) 2.5 cups cold Mashed Potatoes 4) 1/2 cup grated Cheddar Cheese 5) 4 Scallions, chopped 6) 1/4 tsp Salt 7) 1/4 tsp cracked Black Pepper 8) 1/4 tsp ground Nutmeg 9) 2 Eggs, separated A) Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Generously butter 2 (6 cup) Muffin pans. B) Warm the milk and butter to just below boiling point in a small pan, then mix thoroughly into the spuds with the cheese, scallions, and seasonings. Mix in the egg yolks and beat thoroughly. C) Whisk the egg whites to soft peaks. Mix 2 Tbsp of the whites thoroughly into the spud mixture to loosen it, then fold the rest of the whites through the spuds as lightly as possible. D) Spoon the mixture into the muffin pans and bake for about 15 minutes, until they have risen to a Golden-Brown. Serve immediately. C'est Bon! A Little Known Christmas Fact A few Decembers ago Ramon's uncle Boudreaux decided to help some of the local Bayougoulas Indians by hooking up their outhouses to electricity. In so doing, he ended up being the first Cajun in America to Wire A Head for a Reservation.

Uncle Boudreaux's Spud Puffs


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(posted April 10, 1998)

Ingredients:
1) 3 Tbsp
Milk
2) 2 Tbsp
Butter
3) 2.5 cups cold Mashed Potatoes
4) 1/2 cup grated
Cheddar Cheese
5) 4 Scallions, chopped
6) 1/4 tsp
Salt
7) 1/4 tsp cracked Black Pepper
8) 1/4 tsp ground
Nutmeg
9) 2
Eggs, separated

A) Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Generously
butter 2 (6 cup) Muffin pans.

B) Warm the
milk and butter to just below boiling point in a small pan, then mix thoroughly into the spuds with the cheese, scallions, and seasonings. Mix in the egg yolks and beat thoroughly.

C)
Whisk the egg whites to soft peaks. Mix 2 Tbsp of the whites thoroughly into the spud mixture to loosen it, then fold the rest of the whites through the spuds as lightly as possible.

D) Spoon the mixture into the
muffin pans and bake for about 15 minutes, until they have risen to a Golden-Brown. Serve immediately. C'est Bon!

A Little Known Christmas Fact

A few Decembers ago Ramon's uncle Boudreaux decided to help some of the local Bayougoulas Indians by hooking up their outhouses to electricity.

In so doing, he ended up being the first Cajun in America to Wire A Head for a Reservation.


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