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For those Haitians who are looking for Haitian Patties, this recipe is a healthy recipe made with some Plant Butter, but butter is optional.

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Yields5 Servings
Prep Time1 hr 22 minsCook Time51 minsTotal Time2 hrs 13 mins
1

Take a bowl, add a couple of ice cubes, enough water to cover all the ice cubes, and add enough salt to the water, then stir.

2

Crack 5 eggs into a bowl, and add 7 cups of All-Purpose Flour, olive oil, 4 tbsp of plant butter (optional), saltwater, and keep mixing. Make sure to add enough flour so the dough isn’t sticky.

3

Keep on rolling the dough so it can become a big dough ball. When done, put it in the bowl and refrigerate.

4

Chop 2 bell peppers, 4 tomatoes, 2 celeries, and 2 onions using the Nutri Chopper. Then, chop a handful of parsley without the Nutri Chopper. Place them into a bowl.

5

Take an Instant Pot, press the Sauté button, and wait until it’s hot. Then add some oil, and dice 1 green onion in there, and let it fry until it’s dark/brown.

6

Now, add 2 packages of Plant-Based Ground Beef, and let them fry until it’s soft, and stir it. Add almost 3 tbsp of salt, or enough salt to your taste, 4 tbsp of Haitian Epis Spice, cayenne pepper, parsley flakes, ground oregano, 2 caps of apple cider vinegar, and stir.

7

Turn off the Instant Pot before adding the vegetables, and add 1/2 the bowl of the raw vegetables you chopped into the Instant Pot, and mix it. Then you can add the rest of the chopped vegetables, and set them aside.

8

Use a pasta machine or the one we provided in the notes below of this recipe, and roll the dough through it, but make sure to add some flour so the dough doesn’t keep breaking apart.

9

Make the dough flat and not too thin, and add the fried vegetables with beef into the dough, fold the dough over the vegetables, seal it, and use a pizza cutter to cut out the non-important dough, and use a fork or whatever you would like to make the edges. Poke about 2-3 holes using a fork into the patties for it to breathe.

10

You can use a deep fryer (or the one we provided in the notes), and set it to 340°F, add the patties in it, and fry until it becomes brown, or golden. Make sure to flip them over so it doesn’t burn.

11

You’re done! You have just made Pate Kòde or Fried Haitian Patties.

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Directions

1

Take a bowl, add a couple of ice cubes, enough water to cover all the ice cubes, and add enough salt to the water, then stir.

2

Crack 5 eggs into a bowl, and add 7 cups of All-Purpose Flour, olive oil, 4 tbsp of plant butter (optional), saltwater, and keep mixing. Make sure to add enough flour so the dough isn’t sticky.

3

Keep on rolling the dough so it can become a big dough ball. When done, put it in the bowl and refrigerate.

4

Chop 2 bell peppers, 4 tomatoes, 2 celeries, and 2 onions using the Nutri Chopper. Then, chop a handful of parsley without the Nutri Chopper. Place them into a bowl.

5

Take an Instant Pot, press the Sauté button, and wait until it’s hot. Then add some oil, and dice 1 green onion in there, and let it fry until it’s dark/brown.

6

Now, add 2 packages of Plant-Based Ground Beef, and let them fry until it’s soft, and stir it. Add almost 3 tbsp of salt, or enough salt to your taste, 4 tbsp of Haitian Epis Spice, cayenne pepper, parsley flakes, ground oregano, 2 caps of apple cider vinegar, and stir.

7

Turn off the Instant Pot before adding the vegetables, and add 1/2 the bowl of the raw vegetables you chopped into the Instant Pot, and mix it. Then you can add the rest of the chopped vegetables, and set them aside.

8

Use a pasta machine or the one we provided in the notes below of this recipe, and roll the dough through it, but make sure to add some flour so the dough doesn’t keep breaking apart.

9

Make the dough flat and not too thin, and add the fried vegetables with beef into the dough, fold the dough over the vegetables, seal it, and use a pizza cutter to cut out the non-important dough, and use a fork or whatever you would like to make the edges. Poke about 2-3 holes using a fork into the patties for it to breathe.

10

You can use a deep fryer (or the one we provided in the notes), and set it to 340°F, add the patties in it, and fry until it becomes brown, or golden. Make sure to flip them over so it doesn’t burn.

11

You’re done! You have just made Pate Kòde or Fried Haitian Patties.

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