Seasoned & Vinegar Fried Potatos Recipe

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Seasoned & Vinegar Fried Potatos

Carol Reams

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@CarolReams

Hubby loves salt & vinegar potato chips, but doesn't want all that salt in his diet anymore. Hubby also enjoys cucumber & onions soaked in vinegar & water so I thought I'd try combining ideas. I have very good non-stick cookware, so didn't need oil to fry the potato's.


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Serves:

2-4

Prep:

2 Hr

Cook:

40 Min

Ingredients

4 c
peeled, red or yukon gold potatoes, sliced --amount is approximate
2/3rds bowl water & 1/3 bowl vinegar approximately
mccormick's montreal steak seasoning to taste
1 medium
onion, peeled and sliced

IF YOU ENJOY THE ZIP OF SALT & VINEGAR POTATO CHIPS, OR ENJOY OTHER VEGGIES MARINATED IN A VINEGAR BASED MIXTURE, YOU WILL ENJOY THIS!

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Peel & slice sturdy potatoes such as red skinned or Yukon Gold potatoes as you would normally for fried potatoes. Preferably 1/8" thick or thinner. The amount is really up to you. I did enough for 1/2 for a medium mixing bowl, and added in the sliced onion.
2
Place potato and onion slices in a bowl, cover potatoes & onions about 2/3rds of the way with water and fill to cover the veggies with vinegar of your choice. I let my bowl soak about 2 hrs.
3
Drain liquid from the bowl, add potatoes & onions to appropriately sized frying pan. Season potatoes & onions with McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning taking care not to over season the veggies.
4
Fry as you normally would your fried potatoes. I have cookware I do not need to add oil to, so used the well fitting lid and let potatoes cook and brown, stirring occasionally and adding a little water to keep the food from burning. These choices of potatoes keep a firm texture even after fully cooked.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian