Quick and Easy Home Fries Recipe


quick and easy home fries recipe

Quick and Easy Home Fries Recipe

Melt butter or margarine in a large skillet over medium heat. Place potatoes in the skillet, and stir to coat with butter. Season with salt and pepper. Cover with a lid, ...

A quick way to make crispy home fries. Great for breakfast or as a side dish. Potatoes may be shredded and cooked in the same manner for crispy hash browns.
quick crispy home fries

Quick & Crispy Home Fries

Step 1. Arrange potato pieces evenly on a microwave-safe plate. · Step 2. Heat butter and olive oil in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. · Step 3. As potatoes ...

Chef John cooks and cools russet potatoes to make home fries with a perfectly crispy exterior and tender interior--just like your favorite diner!
homemade crispy seasoned french fries recipe

Homemade Crispy Seasoned French Fries Recipe

Step 1. Slice potatoes into French fries, and place into cold water so they won't turn brown while you prepare the oil. · Step 2. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium- ...

My family loves French fries and with 4 children the bag fries from the store just weren't enough and became too expensive. So I tried batter - after all it makes chicken, shrimp, and onion rings crispy so why not potatoes. Now even my husband can't get enough of these French fries. They even stay crispy when you reheat in the microwave.
quick crispy home fries video

Quick & Crispy Home Fries Video

May 16, 2017 ... You can slate yourself for success by choosing a Russet or Yukon Gold potato for optimal crispiness. Then microwave to cook just until tender, ...


quick and easy home fries video

Quick and Easy Home Fries Video

Mar 13, 2014 ... This video shows you how to make foolproof home fries the quick-and-easy way. It's so easy, you can make them for breakfast or as a side ...


steves famous garlic home fries recipe

Steve's Famous Garlic Home Fries Recipe

Home fries with lots of garlic and potato flavor - a big hit every time!

Home fries with lots of garlic and potato flavor - a big hit every time!
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Quick and Easy Home Fries - Printer Friendly

Melt butter or margarine in a large skillet over medium heat. Place potatoes in the skillet, and stir to coat with butter. Season with salt and pepper. Cover with a lid, ...


quick and easy home fries review by jillian

Quick and Easy Home Fries - Review by Jillian

May 23, 2010 ... This is a great base for home fries. Like any other recipe everyone has their preference. Some people swear by bacon grease, others by oil ...

This is a great base for home fries. Like any other recipe everyone has their preference. Some people swear by bacon grease, others by oil - cook the potatoes in whatever you like and get them just as crispy as you like. Thin sliced or cubed with or without onions or spices. Home fries are a Sunday breakfast tradition that go great with any kind of egg, bacon and toast.
quick and easy home fries review by oldsingledad

Quick and Easy Home Fries - Review by oldsingledad

Quick and Easy Home Fries. oldsingledad. 185. 37. 172. February 23, 2008. Good Base recipe. I used canola oil and butter and dried off potatoes with paper  ...

Good Base recipe. I used canola oil and butter and dried off potatoes with paper towel after cutting them and they were nice and crispy when cooked. The key is not to keep stirring the potatoes if you want them crisp on the outside. I put some diced bell pepper and chopped onions. Also garlic powder and onion salt to taste. Thanks for giving me the idea for a nice compliment with our Saturday morning omelettes and fruit.
quick and easy home fries review by sheila

Quick and Easy Home Fries - Review by sheila

Jun 15, 2017 ... This is just how you start with home fries. Easy, fairly quick.. but a bit plain. here's how I do it for my family: we use left over baked potatoes from ...

This is just how you start with home fries. Easy, fairly quick.. but a bit plain. here's how I do it for my family: we use left over baked potatoes from the night before (usually make extra just for this) if I don't have them, then I boil a few the night before with skin but not entirely fork tender because i'll be frying them in the morning.. then I refrigerate until morning . Why? because they're a lot quicker to peel cold and partially precooked, Peeled with the edge of a spoon no less. If Im too rushed, then so long as they're washed really well, I don't peel and I microwave a bit to soften but not cook through. I also dice/chop onion and some green and red peppers. Saute till almost tender the onion and green pepper.. remove from pan, add your peeled/not peeled, partially cooked chopped potatoes.. and when they're mostly crisped and about 2-3 minutes from done, I add back the onion and peppers.. I usually use butter for the onion and peppers.. and olive oil for the potatoes (higher smoke point, cri