Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

Low sodium breakfast staple


  1. Peel and cube potatoes.
  2. Cook in oil in covered skillet, turning often, about 5 minutes.
  3. Remove cover and continue cooking until well browned and slightly crisped.
Most Helpful

Just what I was craving. I used only pan spray and omitted the 2 tsp. of oil. I also used only one onion because it was huge. A wonderful part of breakfast for dinner.

ladypit April 27, 2007

I have always made home fries the high fat/high sodium way until now! Thanks Miller for sharing a healthy way to enjoy my fries. This recipe was just as delicious using a salt sub vs. regular salt and a small amount of olive oil vs. veg oil.

Smilynn July 14, 2005

I made this recipe in honor of our beloved Miller. I have made fries like this before but not the low sodium way til today. It was great!but as usual DH had to put his salt on his cause he is a salt person. The recipe didn't really say what to do with the onions so I used my judgement and added them after the taters had browned a bit, it worked out great. Giving my thanks to Miller for posting this simple recipe for Home Fries! :)

Marsha D. April 24, 2005