Recipe by JSCHAUFE
"Crispy, rich red potatoes roasted with onion and bacon. These are really yummy, and great with steak...don't skimp on the butter."
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red potatoes, thinly sliced
onion, finely chopped
salt and pepper to taste
I think I used too much butter or maybe my bacon wasn't lean enough because I found them a little greasy BUT they tasted great. I'll definately make these again. If your anything like me and have trouble making all the items ready at the same time you can turn the oven up to 500F and let them bake without the foil for about another 15 minutes.
Way too much grease. To really save, cook the potatoes in the oven with just a little sprinkle of olive oil, cook the bacon separately, then dice it and put on the potatoes after they are done. No added butter is necessary.
Absolutely delicious. Definitely not for those watching their fat or cholesterol. I added extra bacon and used red onion, and the house smelled wonderful for hours.
Good recipe. I tweaked it a little bit, adding more bacon and a handful of shredded cheese at the end. Defintely not for the calorie or cholesterol counters out there. I agree with the note to not skimp on the butter. Yum!
No need to use butter, there is enough fat in the bacon(Just plain YUMMY!).
Excellent! I was skeptical adding raw bacon, but it was delicious! Definitely a 'keeper'!
It was a hit with hubby. Might try adding some spices next time. garlic ect. This one is a keeper. Thanks
SO tasty & a great alternative to pan fried potatoes (not so healthy) Great recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oven Fried Potatoes I
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 256
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