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I used sliced canned potatoes, well drained. Only used a spray of canola oil on each side of the slices and they browned beautifully -Had the elec stove set at 6 and it took about 10 minutes each side. Lovely do again recipe

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Bergy July 11, 2010

I had a bunch of cooked potatoes left over from a pig roast last weekend so used those. I followed the recipe but didn't use any of the optional ingredients. Hubby really enjoyed them.

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bmcnichol July 09, 2010

Potatoes are my downfall!! These were delicious -- I used my old iron skillet, which seems somehow better for comfort food than modern pans!! I used the bacon and onion as indicated, and I did leave the potatoes to brown underneath, but the pan was too large to turn it over. My fault -- but I turned them all over a few times, and they fried beautifully. Sehr wohlschmeckend und appetitanregend! Vielen Dank!

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Zurie October 30, 2007

Ein schmeckhaftes und langersehntes Kartoffelgericht, Inge! Ich danke dir dass du es mit uns geteilt hast. Ich habe dein Rezept genau gefolgt und die Kartoffeln wurden aussen krustig und innen kremig - lecker! Recht herzlichen Dank! FT/Karen:-) A delicious and yearned for German potato recipe, I used to enjoy this when I lived in Wiesbaden! These potatoes were crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside - delicious! Thanks for posting this recipe Inge, they were very much enjoyed by Malcolm and I. I used the onion but did not add speck/bacon, as I served these with baked ham. Merci, Thanks und Dank! FT/Karen:-)

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French Tart October 29, 2007
Pan-Fried Potatoes (Bratkartoffeln)