Fried Potatoes

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In this instructable I will show you how to make a delicious snack. It is a very simple recipe but the end result is astonishing.

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Step 1: Ingredients

1.small golden potatoes pepper
4.olive oil
5.cast iron pan

Step 2: Preparation

Begin by scrubbing the potatoes under water to make sure there isn't any dirt. The go ahead and oil your pan and turn it to medium heat.

Step 3: Slice and Dice

Now you will carefully with a sharp knife slice the potatoes into 1/4 inch slices. Then you can move it to a plate to season.

Step 4: Seasoning

Now that you have your slices go ahead and spray oil on them . Which is followed by salt and pepper to your taste.

Step 5: Cooking

Finally you place the potatoes on the hot pan. (Be careful of oil splashing on you) then cover with a lid and let it sit for about 8 or so minutes then flip and do the same, or until a brownish color.

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    cheap survivor2

    3 years ago

    That sounds delicious you should totally make an instructable


    3 years ago

    I've got a couple more for you, ...
    1st, the next time you are going to grill out, try this, take some tinfoil, red potatoes, & poke a few holes into your taters, with a fork, then use some bacon grease drippings to dip one end of each tater you want to grill, ... Wrap with tinfoil, & set on the grill in an indirect heat spot on the grill, let cook for 20 minutes, or so, & turn over occasionally, to ensure the tater doesn't get to overcooked on one side, & use the "poke" test to find out when they are done, the potato should dent, ever so slightly, & be soft, & almost pliable, ... (While still inside the tinfoil), ... Variations of this can be tested, & enjoyed as well, after adding your bacon grease covering, sprinkle the tater with seasalt, or garlic, thyme, or any number of spices to give your tater a special flavor, ... A couple slices of raw onion rings can also flavor your tater's whether you fry them bake, or grill them, one of my favorites in the summer, is to grill them as stated above, but adding sliced onions, sliced, & diced green peppers, mushrooms, small button, whole, sliced or in pieces, add a tbs of butter to the mix, salt & pepper to taste, wrap it up in a foil envelope, & rotate in different positions to avoid scorching the food to the tinfoil, ... After approximately 45 minutes remove your "envelope", open one end & test for doneness, & when ready serve it up with fresh grilled corn on the cob, burgers/steak/brats/ porkchops, or whatever type of main meat dish you desire, as it goes great with all or any single selection of the aforementioned, grilling fish fillets this way is another great way to enjoy a great summer meal, ...
    Prep time is only as important, as you want to make it, ... & you can be eating dinner in as little as less than an hour, ...