Peel potatoes and cut them into small square pieces about
0.5 cm side
¼"). Leave them in a cold water for about
10 minutes and then drain
the water to remove (some) starch. While potatoes are soaking, finely
dice onion. The finer, the better.
Mix all the ingredients (including oil) together and you should end with
a runny mixture similar to what you would use for crepes (a slightly
less dense than a pancake mix). You can fine tune it by adding flour or
water but the end result will be good as long as you are in a ballpark.
Leave it alone for
Use that time to preheat the oven to
220 °C (
425 °F) with a
well-oiled wide pan inside. You can also go with parchment paper but in
that case preheat only pan and place parchment only when you are ready
Once oven is at temperature get the pan out (place parchment paper if
that’s your groove) and pour the mixture into the hot pan. It should be
2-3 cm (
1") in height. Be very careful as pan will be really
hot. Once poured, get it immediately into the oven.
1 hour and then turn on a broiler for another
Once browned, it’s ready to go out.
Let it rest for
10 minutes, cut it into square pieces, and enjoy it
with some yogurt on side.