By AcadiaToo on September 11, 2008
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"The recipe has been handed down at least three generations and it always gets oohs and aahs from my family when I decide to make it. I either serve it with steak or ham chops. Be careful when cooking the potatoes as they sometimes pop right out of the skillet. One of those screen covers would work really well."
Serving Size: 1 (150 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"The only onion that I had on hand was a red one so thats what I used. I cooked these in the same pan that I had browned chicken in and that worked well. Also added a light sprinkle on corn meal just because a like it added to fried potato's. Very tasty and so easy using canned spuds, I always keep a couple of cans on hand in case of emergency. This was a good way to use one even if there wasn't an emergency. :D"
"I made these potatoes to go along with a pork steak I was making for DH and I for lunch. It made a perfect comfort meal for me!!! I did change a couple of things, I didn't have canned potatoes(plus it would have been too many potatoes for the 2 of us), so peeled and steamed a potato in the microwave. I also used butter instead of margarine, but otherwise, followed as written. I also cooked my onions til they were nice and golden!! Thanks for sharing the recipe that we both enjoyed!! Made for Potluck Tag Game."
"Yum! Easy and fairly quick. Served with Salmon. Made for I Recommend Tag Game. Thanks for posting!"
"Easy and good. I added a bit more garlic powder. Served with pork steaks. Made for PAC."
"Simple and very tasty! I made these for breakfast with scrambled eggs and bacon. The only change I made was to use red potatoes from my garden that I had par-boiled and frozen. Also used 2 shallots in place of the onions (my regular onion smelled a little to sharp) Great breakfast potatoes! Thanks for posting Acadia. Made for Feb Potluck Tag"
"Great tasting potatoes! I used my electric skillet to make sure the potatoes were evenly spaced and could brown nicely. Served with scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast and we enjoyed the potatoes a lot. Thank you Acadia for posting your family recipe! Made and reviewed for the Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap #6."
"This is a simple recipe and it is great for those last minute dinner ideas. I sliced the potatoes and put them in the skillet, let them cook just a while then added the onion and other ingredients. These were great. Thanks so much for this recipe."
"This is a simple and tasty recipe, but I think the process could be a little easier. Maybe by browning the potatos then adding the raw onion and seaoning and letting it cook for the 20 minutes. Just a suggestion, thanks for posting the flavorful potato recipe. Made for PAC fall 08."