Potato croquettes is a traditional food from the Netherlands. The word croquette comes from Dutch Kroketten, which can be interpreted as coming from French Croquette. This food was popularized after World War 2, when food suppliers made snacks in large quantities. This dish is very similar to risoles (Indonesian snacks), another type of fried croquette that can be filled with beef/chicken, cheese, vegetables, and other ingredients. Croquettes are a very simple dish and easy to make, in fact each country has its own version of croquettes. For example, Korokke is a croquette originating from Japan, filled with potatoes, carrots, and onions, usually eaten with tonkatsu sauce. Aloo Tikki is a croquette originating from India, usually stuffed with potatoes and beef. Croquettes themselves are generally made from minced meat which is covered in flour or breadcrumbs and then deep fried. For this potato croquette requires fried and steamed potatoes. Then the potatoes are crushed, then seasoned, then filled with cooked minced meat along with chopped carrots and vegetables. Potato croquettes are generally round in shape, covered in flour ot breadcrumbs and deep fried until cooked. It can be eaten with chili sauce / tomato sauce / mayonnaise.
Finely mash the french fries and boiled potatoes.
Add egg yolk, milk powder, salt, pepper, and nutmeg powder, then mix well.
Heat the butter, put all the croquette fillings ingredients, except the flour. Cook until the sauce shrinks, then add the flour, stir well, let it cool.
Make round-shape of potato skins, then flatten them. For each flattened potato skin, put 1 tbsp of croquette fillings on it, then make an oval. Cover with flour, then dip it in the beaten egg, then coat it again with flour. Put it in the refrigerator for 40 minutes.
Remove from refrigerator, croquettes can be fried immediately. Serve with cayenne pepper or mayonnaise.