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Parisienne Potatoes

Simple ingredients come together to make ordinary potatoes into a gourmet dish! This recipe does not use pre-cut potatoes, which can be very costly. You can use them if you wish however.

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  • Cut rounded balls from the potatoes using a melon baller. They should be around 1 inch in diameter. Plan to serve 5, or 7 per person. (use the remaining bits of potato for soup, or mashed potatoes).
  • These can be made the day before. Put them in cold salted water, covered, in the refrigerator.
  • When ready to cook, drain and pat dry.
  • Saute the potatoes over medium heat in the oil and butter in a large frying pan.
  • Stir or shake often. Continue to saute until they are done. (fork tender) this should take 20 - 25 minutes.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste and the garlic. Saute for another 2 minutes. Don't let the garlic burn!
  • Add chopped parsley, and serve on individual plates.
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"Simple ingredients come together to make ordinary potatoes into a gourmet dish! This recipe does not use pre-cut potatoes, which can be very costly. You can use them if you wish however."
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  1. RecipeNut
    I must say this was delicious! I did not have a melon baller so I just sliced the potatoes thinly, browned them on both sides and followed the rest of the recipe. They were so full of flavor! Thanks for a keeper Caroline
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  2. kitina
    These were delicious!! The only thing I would do is to use more potato, one potato isn't nearly enough for 4 servings!
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  3. Hag chef
    Simple ingredients come together to make ordinary potatoes into a gourmet dish! This recipe does not use pre-cut potatoes, which can be very costly. You can use them if you wish however.
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