Each panini serves 1
Preparation and cooking time: 20 mins
For this you will need a normal non stick pan, or a panini maker/press and a grater.
Potatoes (must use potatoes for chipping, like maris piper, not a mashing potato)
4 medium or 2 large but you can use more once you find the sizing to your pans or presses
Peel and wash potatoes.
Grater the potatoes into a bowl and add small level teaspoon of salt.
Work in the salt with your hands squeezing the grated mix. Once worked in and the potato mix has started to lose water and starch, get the pan or panini maker close by and grab a big handful of the mix and squeeze hard trying to remove the water(you could use a cheese cloth) and place into pan.
Press the mix down in to the pan and evenly spread until level to the edge of the pan. Put on a medium to high heat for around 10 minutes in a pan (if you have a panini press no need to turn just keep on for 18 mins) and turn/flip.
To do this it needs to have cooked to a clean crispy and not burnt consistency. Use a tea spoon to gently remove the edges stuck to pan and lift to unstick. It should be a clean process.
Either flip like a pancake once unstuck or use your hands.
Now cook for 5 minutes on the other side and then flip one more time for 1 minute to remove the moisture from flipping.
Use this as a wrap and fill with you favourite filling. In-joy!