Lynn Socko Recipe

Stovetop-oven fried potatoes

By Lynn Socko lynnsocko

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A yummy easy variation on fried potatoes.


6 medium
potatoes, peeled, sliced into very thin rounds (red, russet, yukon)
1 small
onion, sliced
olive oil
1 tsp
gran. garlic, gran. onion, mrs. dash original blend
1/2 tsp
pinch of coarse sea salt
grated cheese, opt.
roasted red bell, chopped or sliced
mushrooms, sliced
fresh garlic, minced
bacon, ham, sausage (cooked)

Directions Step-By-Step

Season potatoes, onions,mushrooms, red bell, or any other veggie you would like to add in the middle, toss in olive oil. In oven proof skillet, spray bottom with non stick spray. Place one layer of potatoes, a layer of veggies, opt, then another layer of potatoes, season as you layer. NOTE: if using fresh garlic, you might want to omit the granulated garlic.
Cook over medium low heat for 30 min. DO NOT STIR. Then place in 350 oven for 30 min. At end of cooking time, broil on low for 10 minutes to brown up top of potatoes. Top with grated cheese if desired. Cooking time will vary with size of skillet and amount of ingredients.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Potatoes
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tag: Healthy

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Anna Sciancalepore Antoniello CiaoBella
Jul 22, 2011
My kind of weather. Well, I'm off to fill my crock pot. I'll take some pics for you. :D
Lynn Socko lynnsocko
Jul 22, 2011
Yummy, I love those, I originally got the idea from Guy Fieri, only he used just potatoes, not onions or mushrooms, then another time I made them I threw on the cheese, just can't keep from throwing cheese on my food, lol. A second home would be perfect, it gets awful here in the summer, that's my least favorite time, I love the spring and fall, except we were robbed this year and didn't get a spring, and winter was actually fall. Very odd this last yr!!