November 30, 2011
Breakfast, Side Dishes, Vegetables,
Garlic, Onions, Potatoes, North American, 5 Ingredients Or Less, Budget-Friendly, Cooking For A Crowd, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Kid Pleaser, Kids Can Do It, Quick Meals, Brunch, Entertaining, Fall/Autumn, Summer, Winter, Weeknight Meals, Skillet, Stove Top, Make it from scratch more
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"I was looking for a little added flavor in my home fries this morning and created this luscious recipe. They were awesome! I splurged and had them with fried eggs and toast for a delicious weekend breakfast. Great flavor and just a little spiciness from the seasoning. They are really tasty! I cooked these on medium-high, and from the starting of peeling the onion to putting them on my plate was 45 minutes, so if you cook them on high it is going to take less time, and if you cook them on medium it's going to take longer. Medium-high worked perfect for me, as it browned the home fries nicely and didn't scorch the onions! See my picture. If you have a large cast iron frying pan, I would suggest using it, as they make the "BEST" home fries :)"
In a large cast iron frying pan add olive oil.
Fry sliced onions on medium-high, for about 5 minutes and stir often so they don't stick.
Push onions to one side of the frying pan, and add raw chopped potatoes. Cook potatoes and onions turning often to brown evenly. When potatoes are a golden brown, mix onions in with potatoes.
Add garlic, and mix in with potatoes and onions. Cook for a few minutes.
Add Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning. Mix in with potatoes.
Salt and pepper, to taste.
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I made this recipe for two games, "Pick Me !! Tag " & What's On The Menu ? " on 9/14/18. Except for not using the Garlic (used Garlic Powder)& the Creole Seasoning, the recipe was made as it was written ,even right down to the Cast Iron Skillet. ;) . But a few minutes after adding the potatoes , they started to stick. So I transferred them to a non stick skillet and continued browning them. We both enjoyed them very much with our sausage,eggs,and toast. Thanks for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
Breakfast isn't breakfast without homefries so I made these to go with Kittencal's Fluffy Omelette and thick pepper bacon. Yum yum to my tum tum!
Since trying Tony's for the first time we are in love with this spice. I sprinkled it lightly on our fries the first time I made them and found the spice to give great flavor to the potatoes and it wasn't hot. The second time I made them I used a little more and it was great. I was so worried to use too much the first time. What a great home fry recipe and we will eat these a lot. They prove to be such a great breakfast side to our eggs, sausage and sour dough toast!
I didn't use the Tony's but made it otherwise following the recipe. We loved these potatoes! I know we will have these often on the weekends when we like to make a big breakfast/brunch. I recently made them for family when they came for brunch and they really loved them. They got nice and golden brown and the flavor was so much more than just potatoes fried up. This is the way I will make them from now on. Anything else would taste too plain for us now!
I made these last night to have with hamburgers and they were awesome! What a difference a few ingredients makes!
I didn't cook mine up too crisp but they were golden brown and delicious just like in your picture. We had them with Sunday brunch which consisted of pancakes, sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs and sour dough toast. These are awesome Linda and we will have them frequently on the weekends!