That sounds really tasty! I brewed today also - an Irish ale. Also rolled a few cigars while I mashed the grains (mash on back on counter).
I made a batch this weekend myself. I should technically call them Hash Rounds as I used peanut oil to fry them. I stumbled into the kitchen Saturday morning wondering "what can I make for breakfast that's not the same old same old.... Latkes!" I grabbed a few spuds and subjected them to the box grater, then grated 1/4 of an onion, salt, pepper, dash of AP Flour, and into the cast iron skillet. Accompanied with some eggs and cheese they were delicious and just as fast to make as pancakes.Latkes with Sour Cream and Raspberry Jam
I made my latkes from a box of latke mix (purchased for 89 cents years ago from the clearance shelf of the grocery store, with a "best if used by" date of Jan 2017), and fried them in olive oil. You can make them with shredded potato, egg (or just egg white), onion, and salt. I suspect you could make them with instant potato flakes as well. They've got to be fried until they are crunchy on the exterior (Bob's Rule). They are often served with applesauce, rather than sour cream.
A genuine world tour!Accompanied with some eggs and cheese