This Irish pancake is made with mashed potatoes and grated potato and is filled with a creamy chicken mixture.
Peel all potatoes and boil 225 grams of the potatoes in about 12 minutes. Then mash the boiled potatoes with 100 ml of milk to a puree and season with a generous amount of salt and pepper.
In the meantime, grate the remaining 225 grams of the potatoes and add this to the mashed potatoes. Beat the egg, melt the butter and add both to the potatoes. Add about 200 ml of milk and the flour to the potato mixture until a batter is formed. Melt a little butter in a pan and bake 5 boxy pancakes from the batter. Brown it on both sides. For the filling, boil the chicken in water with a stock cube for about 10 minutes. Finely chop the garlic and slice the mushrooms.
Fluff the chicken with two forks until you have pulled chicken. Fry the garlic and mushrooms in a pan with a little butter for about 4 minutes. Then add thyme, salt and pepper. Then mix in the crème frache and pulled chicken. Had the parsley fine and the spring onions in rings. Mix this through the mixture and fill the boxty pancakes with the chicken mixture.
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