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Fried Taters in Minutes

posted in Food & Drink
09/15/2015
  • This is a pretty fast way to make fried taters that still has that wonderful flavor.
    This is a pretty fast way to make fried taters that still has that wonderful flavor.
  • What you Need:
    -skillet

    -vegetable oil, or left over oil, or bacon grease. (we mixed bacon grease with vegetable oil and it tasted great.)

    -a bag of potatoes

    -potato peeler

    -knife

    -salt and pepper

    -onion (optional)

    -pot of water

  • -Fill a pot with water.

    -Grab as many potatos as you want to cook. Remember the serving shrinks when they're cut and cooked! Rinse the potatos.
    -Start peeling!
    -After you peel them, start cutting! You want to make them thin so they'll cook faster. I don't suggest chunks, I always suggest slices. There's always a chance that slices won't get cooked thoroughly.
    -Slip all the potatos cuts into the pot of water. All of them should be covered. This prevents the browning of your potatoes from sitting out too long!
    -Cut up that onion and slip it in the water too.
    -Add light salt and pepper.

  • -Turn on your skillet. Pour your preferred oil until the whole bottom of skillet is covered and it's filled about 1/8 of the way. We always used bacon grease as a secret because it added a little more flavor, I highly suggest you use it.
    -Let your grease heat up.
    -After letting it heat slowly pour the potatos and onions into the skillet (don't get any water in there).
    -Let them sit there. One reason they get so mushy is because they're stirred so much.
    -Stir them a little every few minutes or so. Let them brown and check them occasionally by poking or cutting one to see if it's cooked.

  • -Half way through, salt and pepper them. it's a great additive so put how ever much you like.
    -After cooked through and through put them on a plate with a paper towel.

  • At the cafe I worked at, the old ladies taught me all these things. We were well known for our chicken and fried taters. Along with our desserts! I hope you enjoyed this tip!
    At the cafe I worked at, the old ladies taught me all these things. We were well known for our chicken and fried taters. Along with our desserts! I hope you enjoyed this tip!

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