Kartoffelbrei turns into Dessert & (Charles Bridge – Prague Attractions)

18 Jul

I don’t know whether to call this a Fusion, a remake, a Czech recipe, or an experiment transforming into different yummy recipe…Today, I made Kartoffelbrei(Mashed potatoes)  for our dinner. My daughter’s one of the most favorite dish in German cuisine. But after tasting a bit, she said it is not the one she used to enjoy in her KG and refused to finish the remaining. Reason, I made the mashed potatoes in low calorie version using low fat milk without adding butter and cream.

Our recent visit to Czech Republic  inspired me to learn their cuisine. One of those is Potato flatcakes. This traditional dish is prepared with few ingredients like Potatoes, Flour, Salt and Oil and topped with cream, cheese, youghurt and or fruit sauce.

As basic ingredients are same for Mashesd potatoes and Potato Flatcakes, without any delay I started making this cute little patties. For the toppings, I used low fat yoghurt and Jam. Jam used in this recipe were homemade by our dear friends, who are so nice to share specialties made from their garden.  I would like to thank them for sharing the delicious Jam with us.

Over to Recipe…


  1. Mashed Potatoes  – 1 cup
  2. White flour – 3/4 cup approx
  3. Oil for smearing on the flat cakes – few spoons
  4. Yoghurt – few spoons for topping
  5. Jam – few spoons for topping (Redcurrrant & Blackberry).


1. Add the  mashed potatoes and white flour to make it like a smooth dough until it  is not very sticky.

2. Now roll the dough into small circles. you can also use a cookie cutter to cut in to your favorite shapes.

3. Heat the griddle and place these cakes and cook them on each side for 2 min. Smear few drops of oil on top of them while they are cooking.

4. Now arrange the done flat cakes on the plate and top it with your favorite Jam and yoghurt. Enjoy!!!

Tip: These potato flatcakes can be made little bigger and served with indian curries.



One of the most famous attractions in Prague city of Czech Republic is Charles Bridge. The bridge tower  is a magnificent building which depicts the typical Gothic architecture. Speciality of this bridge, other than connecting the old city and Prague castle, is the alley of statues running through the bridge.  It was interesting to know that  people who touch  St. John of Nepomuk statue will get good luck and will return to Prague sometime in future. As every statue has a story behind it. You can find more information about each statue here in this links Southside Stautues & Northside Statues .

Tourists visiting Prague city should not miss Charles Bridge. Amazing  place to go for a walk and enjoy the art, music and little souveniour shops on the sides.

Some pictures from Charles Bridge……















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  1. Suman Singh

    July 18, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Whatever it is, it looks delicious and I want some, too..YUM!! Love the pics..

  2. Jay

    July 19, 2011 at 6:22 am

    lovely post dear..:)

  3. Treat and Trick

    July 19, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Great presentation and looks yummy! Amazing photos….

  4. Gopika

    July 19, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    Awesome presentation.. Looks so amazing 😀

  5. Paru

    July 20, 2011 at 4:51 am

    Looks lovely… !!!!

  6. Namitha

    July 21, 2011 at 12:54 pm

    Beautiful pictures 🙂

  7. uma

    July 22, 2011 at 5:55 am

    if it tastes great, name doesnt matter… looks inviting !


    July 22, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    Lovely clicks and the dish looks nice and tasty.

  9. Nithu

    July 26, 2011 at 12:04 am

    That’s a wonderful dish. Looks so tempting.

  10. priya

    September 4, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Lovely post 🙂 enjoyed the pictures of Prague – on my list of places to yet see 🙂