|4 medium||potatoes, i used russet|
|3 c||apple cider vinegar, or more|
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|8 clove||garlic, peeled and crushed|
|1 small||onion, peeled and cut into chunks|
|1/4 c||olive oil|
|1 1/2 tsp||sea salt|
|1/2 tsp||black peppercorns, whole|
|1 tsp||pickling spice|
|1 Tbsp||melted butter|
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|1 Tbsp||granulated sugar|
|1/2 c||diced fresh tomato or 1/2 c. salsa|
|1/4 c||crispy bacon bits|
|1 Tbsp||chopped chives or green onion tops|
|3 Tbsp||olive oil|
|1/4 c||mexican blend shredded cheese|
|4 medium||dollops of sour cream|
This recipe was on some food channel- they did not give the recipe -only talked about making it for a special holiday along with lamb ribs and cold slaw.
I hope you like my take on this recipe - it was a great tasting potatoe- reminds me of hot and sour potato's. The vinegar gives this recipe a great flavor.
My family and friends agreed- these are good to go again!
Wash potatoes and pierce potatoes all over and all around 1/2 inch deep or more( the more holes the better- so they get the flavor inside)
Add in the remaining ingredients to the pot with the potatoes.
Remove from heat. Remove potatoes. Cool slightly so you can handle them. Discard vinegar mixture.
Add the toppings as you wish.
In a small bowl combine the melted butter,sugar and olive oil and tomatoes or the salsa, mix to blend.
Spread equally among the potatoes.
Top with sour cream, bacon, chives, and sprinkle with the cheese,if desired.