Breakfast Potatoes Recipe – Restaurant style
A delicious breakfast idea!
All you need is :
- russet potatoes diced
- onion powder
- garlic powder
- sea salt
- olive oil
- diced onion
- minced garlic
- Cheese ( optional )
How to make the perfect potatoes for your breakfast
Start with boiling some water on the stove.
Cut the potatoes in the size you want them, i really like them in little square or rectangle. You can leave the peel there if you want, it’s way faster that way. Put the potatoes directly in the water.
Cook the potatoes for around 7 minutes and then drain them and let them sit. Start by cutting the onions and the garlic in small pieces.
Preheat your frying pan with olive oil then add the diced onion with minced garlic. Let it cook for about 1 to 3 minutes or until they start to look brown, but not too much.
After that, you can add the cooked potatoes directly in the frying pan with the garlic and onions, you can add some more olive oil if you want more crusty potatoes.
Now you can start adding all the ingredients.
Onion powder, garlic powder, thyme, salt or sea salt, pepper.
Sometime i like to add some basil and oregano.
Mix everything together, and cook it on medium heat for about 5 to 10 minutes or until they’re all browned and caramelized looking like this. Turn them every 2 minutes.
You can add some grated cheese on it when serving.
Enjoy your meal!
200 calories per serving.
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