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I followed this recipe exactly. The homefries were DELICIOUS! My mother and I both thought they tasted a bit like pot roast, which is EXACTLY WHY I WILL BE MAKING THEM AGAIN. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was great! I am not a low-fat cooker or eater but the reviews were so compelling I had to give it a try. My stubborn nature did add about 2T of olive oil, oh well. These were the best homefries I have ever made. The right texture, taste . . . and not too oily! This will be one of my go-to breakfast recipes. Thank you Sarah Jayne for sharing this.
These were really great! I used sweet onions instead of scallions; I just sliced them thin and threw them in with the potatoes. They got cooked down to almost nothing, but the flavor was fantastic. I loved the texture of these, too. They are just like the fried taters at my favorite greasy spoon, only far less greasy :). I know I'll make this again! FWIW, I'm pretty sure the nutrition facts are way off. The detailed view calls for something like 4 lbs of potatoes! I used 4 regular size spuds and we had leftovers. Made for Veg*n Swap, Oct. 2009.
I've never done potatoes this way before. I thought they were great and I was happy that they were more on the healthy side, too! The seasonings were well balanced and added interest. Thank you for a new way to cook potatoes! ~Made for Oct. Veg*n Swap~
What an amazing (not) fried potato recipe! We thought they tasted like potatoes cooked in butter - without the grease, of course. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe with us. We'll be making it again and again. Sherry
Thank you for a healthy breakfast side. Scaled it down for one. Added a shallot instead of scallion. Served with a poached egg.
Tasty potatoes, can't believe there was no oil or butter in this recipe! I used 2 large russet potatoes and sliced them very thin; I had a hard time getting all the slices browned, even in my 12-inch skillet. So I will play with this some more, as there are only 2 of us to feed. The seasonings were balanced well. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Sarah-Jayne, I'm on a diet, too, yet I still enjoy some potatoes, too. Made for April 2009 Veg*n Swap.
These home fries were quite tasty. I only used half of the chicken stock. My Mother really liked these and wants me to make them again. Thanks for this great recipe and healthy at that.
This was easy and tasty. I only used half the amount of chicken stock. Thanks for the healthy recipe! I served it with Nif's Broiled Guinness Pork Tenderloin. Yum!