Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

Potatoes with a hint of onion and garlic.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat oil in large frying pan.
  2. When hot, add potatoes, cover and cook 6 to 7 minutes; stir twice during cooking.
  3. Season well and add butter.
  4. When melted, stir in garlic, onions and remaining ingredients.
  5. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, uncovered, over medium heat.
  6. Serve immediately.
Most Helpful

4 5

I liked these quite a a bit and would definitely make them again with a few tweeks. I will add more paprika and garlic next time. The flavors were overwhelmed by the potato, which while good, I was hoping for more than just fried potato. I did add extra green onion. Like Bayhill, I used my cast iron to cook and lengthened the cooking time. Thanks!

4 5

Delicious! Instead of adding just 2 green onion stalks, I added a bunch of them because my gosh they're amazing. I also made this in a wok because it's all we had and used a bit more oil than what was called for, b/c everything wasn't getting quite coated enough. ALSO, the potatoes needed a few more minutes of cooking as another reviewer suggested. They were cooked, just not nice and softly. I also used 1 tsp. of dried parsley instead of 1 Tbsp. of fresh parsley. I also used two potatos instead of three and added about a cup of chopped red onion in with the potatos at the start. Then I used an extra clove of I guess I changed the recipe quite a bit, but it was still great! Next time I would cook the potatos longer and/or cut them into smaller pieces. The taste is pretty close to hash browns, only it feels much healthier going down! And because I had garlic, red onions, and green onions, there were three onion-family items in the mix. Despite this, the dish is mostly potatoey-tasting, the onions are just a subtle backdrop. Awesome, nice going Jo Mama!

4 5

These are fast to make and quite good. This is Pol Martin's recipe from his cookbook, Easy Cooking for Today. He recommends serving these with his Cheese Burgers, #309907.