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I made this to serve with brats tonight and it was fabulous! I made the following changes: 2 T. minced garlic (in oil), 2 T. spicy mustard (about 10 min. prior to serving). I also laid my brats on top of the potatoes, put the lid on, and let them steam cook. The mustard really bumped up the flavor a notch.
These are worth every star I can give. I made these for breakfast this morning for my kids. I think I could have tripled the recipe and there would have been none left they were so good. The only thing I changed was to use half the butter. Thanks for the recipe.
Wow, such a simple technique, so easy and so good! I usually use leftover baked potatoes for my fried potatoes, but these were better...glad to have this option...thanks Uncle Bill!
I came to look at your recipes,because I remembered that we share the same birthday.I've been making this recipe for about two years now and I didn't get to review it yet.When I first came across your recipe I was in a place with restricted connection to the internet,so I had so save it offline and copy it in a notebook.Still have it and it's officially my DD's favorite food.She can eat it anytime of the day.There are a lot of stories I could share about my DD and this dish. I cut it into cubes for her,as it's a lot easier for her to eat them this way.Thank you for sharing and I'm sure DD is too.
Mmm, this made such tender potatoes with a great flavor with only a few ingredients. Thanks for sharing!
Aahh this is sooo good! I cooked this a little longer then called for in the recipe to make sure the potatoes were nicely browned. I am proud to be reviewer #101.
LIke this needs another review! These are awesome! I am making them for the second time this week per my husband's request!
"We love it," says six year old Joel. Easy to make -- should double it to have some gooooood leftovers. Probably reduce the onion next time, and increase the frying time. Leftovers good with cheese.
My potatoes also didn't brown well. Next time I will start the onions first, then add the potatoes. I also added more seasonings, and used olive oil instead of butter.