Potatoes Oh' Brian

Total Time
28mins
Prep
10 mins
Cook
18 mins

An easy breakfast dish. I prefer to use different colors of bell pepper; orange, red, yellow. Can use russet potatoes but red or Yukons work well because they are thin skinned and don't require peeling. I hate to peel potatoes!

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Scrub, peel if desired and cut potatoes into 1/2" slices.
  2. Heat a pan to medium-high and add about 2 T. of oil.
  3. Add potatoes and brown on both sides, about 10 minutes.
  4. Season with lemon pepper or salt and pepper. Add the onion, cook another minute. Next add the bell pepper and garlic and cook another minute. Make sure the garlic does not burn.
  5. Pour approximately 3 T. of fresh stock or water into pan. Cover and increase heat to high. When lid is too hot to touch, reduce heat and cook potatoes about 15 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Uncover pan, raise heat to medium-high again and cook potatoes another 2 to 3 minutes or until crispy and all stock is evaporated.
  6. Adjust seasonings and garnish with fresh parsley.
  7. Serve with your favorite topping.
Most Helpful

5 5

Thank you soooo much for sharing this recipe, Cookgirl, my honey and I loved it. This recipe is well written and easy to follow. The proportions are well balanced, the quantity may well have served 3 - 4 , but we polished it off between the two of us. I used a red bell pepper and some roasted vegetable stock. We garnished it with plain yogurt and fresh chives out of personal preference. My pictures don't do it justice! Made for Spring 2010 PAC.

5 5

Made for Spring PAC 2014 and these were a hit. Like a previous reviewer said I make my potatoes like this but not with the chicken broth. Yum! I did use red potatoes with the skins on. Will be making potatoes like this again. Thank you. P.S. served with Cheese Whiz Scrambled Eggs#378762 and fruit.

5 5

this was great with fish .i loved the lemon pepper accent i put it with my fish and it matched well . nice twist on fried potatoes