July 13, 2017
Breakfast, Comfort Food, Side Dishes,
Pork, Dairy, Cheese, Vegetables, Potatoes , Austrian, Budget-Friendly, One-Bowl Does it!, Quick Meals, Brunch, Sunday Dinner, Winter, Weeknight Meals, Stove Top, Gluten-Free, Low Carbohydrate, No Eggs, Make it from scratch more
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"Tiroler Gröstl is one of the hearty favorites from the skiing and hiking region of Tirol. Traditionally, it is a delicious and satisfying way of using up yesterday’s left-overs. It makes a great shared-from-the-pan mountain lunch or breakfast, particularly when combined with a separate pan of Kaiserschmarren."
Heat a large frying pan, then fry the bacon for a bit until it is almost crispy, but not quite. Add the onion and saute for about 6-10 minutes until the bacon is golden and onion is translucent.
Remove the bacon mixture with a slotted spoon, letting the grease drip back into the pan because you will need it to fry up the potatoes.
If using ham or sausage, you would cook up these meats by using the oil suggested in the ingredients section.
Add the potatoes to the skillet and fry for about 10 minutes until golden.
Tip in the caraway, paprika, thyme and season well, add salt and pepper to taste then saute for another minute, stirring to release their fragrance and flavor.
Return the bacon and onion back to the skillet, taste for seasoning and adjust if necessary. Top with cheese and then parsley.
Serve hot and - for a real authentic touch - with a fried egg on top.
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Made for the FYC Tag Game - I took a liberty w/your recipe by using packaged potato wedges that were intended to be oven-baked. We bought them to have on-hand for a quick meal when needed, but they were so awful I couldn't bear the idea of seeing them on my plate again & I hate wasting food. So I decided a "Leftovers Makeover" was in order & your recipe was the way to make it happen. A good plan came together & I had tasty potatoes to serve w/our grill meat tonite. Thx for helping me make the makeover work w/your recipe. :-) -- I recalled you mentioning this would be good w/an egg on top, so I tried that as well. It was great & I posted a 2nd pic of that option. :-)