Friday, November 11, 2011

Review: Goya Beef Potato Puffs

These snacks were $3.29 a box at BMS Paper Company. Considering the fact that they're easy to prepare and quite tasty, they were a good purchase. All you have to do is put them on a tray and pop them into the toaster oven for 30 minutes at around 350F. In a regular oven, you need to set it at 375F.
Potato puffs in the toaster oven
The inside of a beef potato puff
Basically, these are just balls of seasoned ground beef wrapped in mashed potato and deep fried. When you put them in the toaster oven, the outside browns and the inside gets nice and hot. They are really good comfort food and one or two would be an ideal afternoon snack with some tea. I suppose a whole box could be a meal.

If you want to get fancy, perhaps you could throw them in a stew and they could be like dumplings or something. 'Nuff said.

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