mmmmm...i added a little bit of chopped up bacon and mixed in an egg and it was amazing! Love the recipe and I think i will make it more often
I actually made this for a dinner side dish. I wanted to make potatoes quickly without using the oven, and this was perfect! I microwaved the potatoes for 7 minutes, and they were just right. I threw on some salt, pepper, onion powder, and Penzey's Fox Point seasoning while they were in the pan, and they were delicious!
This is a great recipe. But I think I cooked my potatoes too much. My microwave has a lot of power. Maybe that's why. And also I diced the potatoes and they were all crumbly. Overall it was delicious. And since I cooked bacon in another pan, I poured a little bit of bacon grease to give some bacon taste to the potatoes. Thanks aronsinvest :) Made for cookbook tag game
Yum! I made these for dinner instead of breakfast. I had made baked potatoes the other day and had three leftover so I used those for this dish. I followed the recipe as written using olive oil for the oil. We all loved these and they smelled so good cooking. I couldn't help testing them a few times while I was cooking them.
These were tasty. I only microwaved them 6 minutes and it worked perfectly. I also used fresh parsley. We used them in breakfast burritos so I probably would add less onion if I did that again and I would dice the onion instead of slicing. But overall it's a keeper!
Soo good. My potatoes where falling apart a little but I didn't mind, I liked them more in a hash form than whole slices. I used the fat left over from my sausage, and added butter to that and I added the onions at the beggining with the potatoes instead of waiting five minutes. They cooked down and carmalized wonderfully. Also threw in black pepper, garlic, and sea salt. Easy to doctor up and make better or good as is.
Great as directed. We also enjoy changing them up a bit with ham, bacon or a variety of fresh peppers.
These 'taters are waaaaay too good to just have for breakfast. Since potatoes vary in size and microwaves vary in power perhaps the recipe could read, "cook until fork tender" rather giving a time to microwave.<br/>If you like crispy fried 'taters, these can be taken to a more crisp texture without burning than 'taters started raw. I don't understand it. Just an observation.
Wow! Delish! It was a great addition to a Saturday morning brunch! Will definitely make again!
Yummy. These potatoes are so tasty, tender and delicious. Made exactly as written. Love fried potatoes with onions and these do not disappoint. They melted in my mouth. just the way I like, crispy and very flavorful. I used beautiful PEI potatoes and sweet vidalia onions. Thanks for sharing this lovely dish which I will make again. Made for Spring Pac 2012.