Golden Grated Pan Fried Potatoes
When you are looking for a yummy side dish you will want to try this Golden Grated Pan Fried Potatoes Recipe. This potatoes recipes is easy to make and requires simple ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. For this delicious potato recipe, you will need russet potatoes, chopped onion, chopped parsley, some melted butter and some salt and pepper for seasoning. The best thing about this easy and delicious potato recipe is that you can reap all the white potato nutrition that this recipe has to offer with good amounts of Vitamin C, and lesser amounts of dietary fiber, protein, and iron. Potatoes recipes are something we go back to time and time again, and it's potatoes recipes like this that we simply can't resist. With this easy printable recipes and printable cookbook, you will never be short of delicious potato recipe ideas and inspirations.
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This is a printable recipe:
2 medium sized russet potatoes
1/2 small onion
2 Tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
4 thin slices of deli ham (optional)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon fresh grated pepper
1 Tablespoon butter
Peel the potatoes. Using a medium sized grater, grate the potatoes into a bowl.
Rinse and drain the water out 3 times to remove the starch.
On the third rinse, drain the water squeeze as much water out of the potatoes as you can.
Using paper towels, pat the washed potatoes to dry even more.
Place the potatoes into a mixing bowl.
Grate the onion and chop the ham slices into small pieces.
Chop the fresh parsley, enough to make 2 tablespoons.
Break the eggs into measuring cup and stir with a fork or whip.
Put all the ingredients into the mixing bowl that holds the grated potatoes.
Add the salt and the pepper and stir everything together with a wooden spoon or spatula.
Choose a large (12 inch) non stick frying pan.
Melt the butter then pour the potato mixture into the heated frying pan.
In order to be able to flip the potatoes over, you will need to make cuts into the potatoes with your flipper to create portions that you can turn over without breaking the slices.
When using a non-stick pan be sure to use a flipper that will not damage the pan when you are making the cuts to form the potato slices.
Cook on medium heat for 5-7 minutes, the potatoes will start to brown on one side.
Gently flip the pieces over and cook for another 5-7 minutes on medium heat to brown the other side.
Turn the heat down to low and place a lid over the entire pan.
Let the potatoes cook for another 5 minutes, then gently flip them and continue cooking, covered for another 5 minutes.
Uncover and turn the heat back up to medium, keeping an eye and continue cooking to brown some more.
Gently flip and brown the opposite side again. Cook until ready.
Gently remove the cooked potato slices and serve. Delicious with sour cream and ketchup.
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Nutrition Facts for: Golden Grated Pan Fried Potatoes from Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Russet potatoes, onion, fresh parsley, deli ham, eggs, salt, pepper, butter.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 2 servings. *Per Serving: Calories from Fat 137, Total Fat 15.2g 23%, Saturated Fat 6.7g 33%, Cholesterol 211mg 70%, Sodium 1430mg 60%, Potassium 1138mg 33%, Carbohydrates 38.0g 13%, Dietary Fiber 6.4g 26%, Sugars 3.6g, Protein 18.8g, Vitamin A 15%, Vitamin C 84%, Calcium 7%, Iron 16%
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