Eggs n' Potatoes

"My family loves to eat these potatoes (has since I was a lil' kid!) with fried chicken! Inez's fried chicken made me think of posting this recipe and I made it tonight with her chicken! cook time is an estimate... it can vary!"
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
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  • Add oil to large fry pan, and heat to med/high heat.
  • Add potatoes and minced onion, being careful not to splash oneself with oil!
  • Cook 5 minutes tossing frequently.
  • Reduce heat to med and cook through, tossing often, but not constantly.
  • Just when they are tender, add salt and pepper.
  • When they begin to brown nicely, Add egg beater and mix thoroughly until egg is throughout potatoes.
  • Keep mixing until egg is completely cooked.
  • Remove from heat and serve!

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  1. I can honestly say that this recipe is fantastic. As the sister of love4culinary, I grew up with this dish as well and still make it often myself. I put ketchup on mine. Keep posting those great recipes kiddo.
  2. This was a great simple side we served with grilled steaks. Great combination. I used real eggs and a whole small onion. Next time I will maybe use more onion (we love onion) and maybe even some cheese. I had to cook the potatoes for about 35 minutes. Thanks love! It was a good dish and it was a hit with the man too!
  3. These were great I made them just for fun for my family one morning. I added a little chilli powder to add a little more flavor, but they're great by themselves.
  4. I made this for our week-end breakfast as a stand-alone dish. It was pretty terrific! I added an extra egg, as I wanted it to be more of an egg dish, rather than a potato dish. I also melted a little cheese on top to finish it off. Yum! This is a superb base-recipe to which the variations could be endless! (I diced the spuds quite small, & let them cook on the higher heat for several extra minutes, as we like ours quite browned & crispy!) Thanks for posting!
  5. Delightful Brunch dish served with an English Banger, mixed peppers'n mushroom. I took a shortcut - I always make extra oven fries on Saturday night then just cut them up like hash browns & heat. Love the onion with the eggs. Thanks love4culinary for a delicious Sunday Brunch.


Since April 2008, I have been a vegetarian. I dont eat creatures...that's the easiest way to put it! :D I still eat a small amount of dairy, but not very much. I have been missing around here for a while, and hope to poke my head in a bit more often from now on... I hope you enjoy my recipes...
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