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Begedil

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Begedil is a cutlet made of mashed potato. It is found everywhere at Hawker stalls in Malaysia and Singapore. The name of the dish comes from the Malay word "potato patty".

The traditional ingredients for Begedil are: boiled and mashed potatoes, chopped onion, topioca flour, egg and chopped chillies. All the ingredients are mixed and blended well, seasoned, and shaped into balls. Then a wok with oil is put on a high fire; potato balls are dusted with flour, coated with beaten egg, and put into wok to fry until golden brown. The ready cutlets are drained on paper and usually served hot alongside Mee Soto.

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References

Begedil Or Bergedil?, www.thelittleteochew.com

Home-cooked Tuna Potato Patty, nextfoodstop.wordpress.com

Begedil Recepi, chefsharma.blogspot.com

Pegedil/Begedil, www.zaianne.com