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Needs to be fully cooked. Keep frozen. Potato puffs need to be fully cooked. Keep frozen until ready to prepare. Oven: 1. Heat oven to 450 degrees F. 2. Arrange frozen potato puffs in a single layer, about 1/2 inch apart, on baking pan. 3. Heat according to chart or until desired color and crispness (For extra crispness, heat an additional 3 to 5 minutes). Season to taste. 1 to 2 Servings: 16 to 18 min. 3 or More Servings: 18 to 22 min. Make it Your Own: Dip into sauces such as barbecue, steak, sweet and sour or flavored mayonnaise. Make your own dipping sauce by mixing sour cream with chopped herbs, such as chives. Top potato puffs with cooked ground beef, cheese, salsa and sour cream. Pan Fry: 1. Heat 1/4 cup oil in large skillet over medium-high heat or in electric skillet at 375 degrees F. 2. Carefully add frozen potato puffs to form a single layer. 3. Fry 18 to 20 minutes, turning twice, or until desired color and crispness. 4. Drain on paper towels. Season to taste. Deep Fry: 1. Heat oil in electric deep fryer to 375 degrees F. Fill deep fryer not more than half full of oil. 2. Fill fryer basket not more than half full of frozen potato puffs. Carefully lower basket into hot oil. 3. Fry 3 to 4 minutes or until desired color and crispness. 4. Drain on paper towels. Season to taste. Tip: When frying with oil, always preheat oil uncovered. If oil splatters, cover immediately and reduce heat. When splattering stops, remove cover and return to cooking temperature. For food safety, cook to an internal temperature of 165 degrees F as measured with a food thermometer, appliances may vary, adjust cooking times accordingly refrigerate or discard leftovers immediately.
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