Herbie's Home Fries Recipe
This simple potato, onion and green bell pepper dish goes well with nearly everything! We suggest serving it alongside your favorite meatloaf. Hungarian paprika is the secret taste sensation in this recipe!
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Will make this dish again.
I followed the recipe down to the last grain of salt but found that the potatoes did not brown and they were very greasy. I love home fries and I will try again but will use less butter and will cook onions after potatoes and peppers have cooked for a bit. My onions started to burn and by the time potatoes were cooked, onions were near black. I ended up draining mixture on paper towelling and then I put them in oven to crisp up and brown.
Easy and delicious....Instead of frying in the butter, I opted to used a some olive oil and roast the potatoes and peppers in the oven. 375 for about an hour and the potatoes were a bit crispy. Thanks
Very good. I will definitely make this again but next time I will make sure to use the ingredients on the list. I used regular russet potatoes and some inexpensive paprika I had on hand. I also did not use bell peppers because I didn't have any and it really did need the peppers. I think next time I will also use a second clove of garlic. I substituted bacon drippings for some of the butter which I think added alot to the flavor.
Great recipe for a "Quick Breakfast"! I made this for my husband to take to work. I added just a touch of milk to the eggs to get them nice and fluffy. I also used the recipe for "Herbie's Home Fries" on this site to add a little pizzaz to "cooked and diced" potatoes. All that was left to do was add some cheddar cheese and ham. This is a great base for whatever add-in's such as cheeses, veggies, or breakfast meats you choose. Definitely a great "on-the-go" breakfast meal!
Chef John's quick and easy recipe for crusty herbed potato wedges calls for herbes de Provence and a bit of paprika.