Paprika Potatoes

"These potatoes are golden and crusty on the outside and tender on the inside. Great with all types of meat."
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  • In a large skillet, slowly saute potatoes in the butter until they are golden brown; about 10-15 minutes.
  • Sprinkle with paprika.

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  1. Jen T
    Another simple recipe for my collection. I too added some freshly ground black pepper and a little sea salt to taste. They went well with my pork steaks, chunky steamed carrots and Peas in Tarragon Cream recipe#359623. A keeper :)
  2. morgainegeiser
    Simple and very good potatoes. I did add sea salt, as they needed them.
  3. Gerry
    Simple, easy and delicious! Love when easy tastes and looks this good. Other than adding salt and pepper made as posted, they came out looking like I had spent hours and hours in the kitchen! Have to agree with a previous reviewer - these potatoes are buttery and crisp on the outside and flaky on the inside. Into my keepers for this one.
  4. Deantini
    Simple yet delicious, I added some salt and pepper while the potatoes were on the pan and made sure that the potatoes had cooled.
  5. Crafty Lady 13
    This recipe may only contain 3 ingredients, but the end result is AWESOME!!! So easy to make and one of the best tasting potato dishes I have ever had. I used medium-sized potatoes, peeled them, cut them into 8 wedges and then boiled them until they were fork tender. Then I drained all the water out of the pan and let the potatoes sit for about 15 minutes to let some of the remaining water on the potatoes evaporate. After that, I followed the recipe as posted. These potatoes really made the meal. They were buttery and crisp on the outside and tender and flaky on the inside. I will definitely be making this recipe on a regular basis. Thanks for another great recipe Chef Buggsy Mate, and thanks for recommending these weekend cooker. Recipenapped for Nov 2010 Aus/NZ Swap.


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