- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
We had these this morning. Everyone enjoyed the very much. I used bacon drippings. I also cooked the onions till they were just browned. Timing was good flavors blended just right.Fried Eggs and Fruit rounded off this breakfast just wonderfully. Thank You for a easy fast breakfast for a housefull of hungry people.
Easy recipe, Nice blend of flavors. Enjoyed by all. I fried them on medium heat and did the onions until they were almost browned. Just took 15 minutes. Easy to follow instructions except for the temperature. Thanks Robin we'll be having these fequently for Sunday Brunch
I made these but forgot the cayenne, and they were still delicious. My potatoes, however, didn't get crispy. I wonder if I didn't cut them small enough, or cook them on high enough heat?
I used olive oil rather than butter, and threw in some yellow bell pepper. Loved the dill in this. Very delicious! Perfect for Sunday morning breakfast!
These are awesome! Thanks!
These were really good :) Thanks for posting
Yummy...I made this per directions, but substituted twice as many red potatoes for regular potatoes. My wife and I both loved it!
this was great! It took me a little longer than 15 mintutes, more like 20 or 25 minutes, but the taste was great, and it was nice and crispt on the outside and soft on the inside. thanks for a keeper recipe.
Great Taters! I did not put any onion in this time, but I will next time. I will definitely have these again, and again.