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    Thanks all, we don't have anything like them here, but sound as though they are easy enough to make, will give it a bash.


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    There is a restaurant here called Taco Time and they sell Mexi Fries which are tator tots that are seasoned, I think with taco seasoning.....they are delicious!!! Oh, and deep fried to boot!
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    Here's a recipe for homemade tater tots. If you have a Costco around, you might try there for tater tots, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyscpa2be View Post
    Here's a recipe for homemade tater tots. If you have a Costco around, you might try there for tater tots, too.
    Mmm, no recipe? Oh, I don't think they have Costco in Scotland.
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    Thanks Amy, yes we have a Costco near in Edinburgh, so will ask there


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    Quote Originally Posted by weewifie View Post
    Thanks Amy, yes we have a Costco near in Edinburgh, so will ask there


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    Wow, no kidding? I didn't know Costco was international.

    Ore-Ida is one of the better known brands in the US.

    http://www.oreida.com/en/Products/T/...s#.Ufazyo29uSo this link will let you enter a zip code to see where they are sold near you. It might work for Scotland as well, who knows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K. McEuen View Post
    Mmm, no recipe? Oh, I don't think they have Costco in Scotland.
    Crap. LOL Forgot the link. Sorry! Homemade Tater Tots | Serious Eats : Recipes
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    Thanks Amy, just had look at your link, is a Dutch oven the same as deep fat fryer? We have a breakfast side that is part of a good Scottish fry up, tatie scone, which is very similar to your tator tots, we boil and then mash tatties, add flour, wee drop milk, bring all together then roll out, cut into triangles, and cook on a girdle, ( flat skillet) delish

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    lol you guy's are too funny This is a good video for them from the food network, but I would grate mine thicker I think,

    Video: Homemade Tater Tots



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    Where else can you discuss tater tots and Leonard Nimoy in the same conversation? This place rocks.
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