Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos), a traditional Ecuadorean dish, are potato pancakes made from mashed potatoes seasoned with onions and stuffed with cheese.
Llapingachos are typically served with a creamy peanut sauce called salsa de mani, and they are often an accompaniment to fried eggs, chorizo sausage, avocado, and a simple salad for a complete meal. They are also sometimes served as an appetizer with hot pepper sauce and a sliced onion salad, such as salsa criolla.
Sold as a half dozen batch with an accompaniment of salsa criolla.
Reheat the potato cakes in the oven and serve with the cold salsa.
Potato, floiur, onion, mozarrella, cumin, salt, tomato, coriander, chilli.