The site calls these tater tots but they actually taste much more like hushpuppies! The original recipe calls for small slices to be fried in a bit of oil. When I did that they never firmed up, so next time I make this I'm going to flatten them into crabcake-style patties. I also had to cook these at a higher temperature and for at least double the time for them to finally brown enough to hold together, so I have also changed the temperature and timing.
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