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Vegetarian potatoes and soyrizo

This is a great recipe that's easy to make in single serving quantities. It's also low fat and low calorie, and so good for those on a diet. To achieve maximum low-fat, substitute the olive oil for a spray, and/or use a non-stick pan.

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  • Section potato into quarters, then slice thin (1/16 inch).
  • Finely chop garlic cloves.
  • Dice onion and bell pepper.
  • Put olive oil into large non-stick pan over medium heat.
  • Add garlic and potatoes.
  • Cook about 10 minutes, flipping potatoes with a spatula regularly, until the potatoes have started to turn"translucent".
  • Add onions, bell peppers, soyrizo, and salsa to the pan.
  • Cook about 10 minutes, depending on how soft you like your potatos.
  • Put the tortilla on a plate, and serve the mixture from the pan on top of the tortilla.
  • If you're not dieting, you can modify the recipe and add some guacamole or grated cheese at this point.
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  1. Dizzyfreedom
    This was lacking something for me. Maybe I'll try cumin next time as suggested.
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  2. Sandy in California
    Very good idea and recipe. I modified a bit (as I always seem to do with just about any recipe...sorry). I cut the potatoes into small cubes and then boiled for 5-10 min before putting it in the pan to brown with the other ingredients. I also browned some quartered mushrooms and zucchini in a little olive oil in a nonstick pan and added some chopped fresh tomatoes. Added some salt, pepper and about a tsp of cumin to the mixture and sprinkled with some shredded mexican cheese blend. This was really yummy! We will definitely make this again
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  3. leftfrog
    This is a great recipe that's easy to make in single serving quantities. It's also low fat and low calorie, and so good for those on a diet. To achieve maximum low-fat, substitute the olive oil for a spray, and/or use a non-stick pan.
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