Saturday, May 30, 2015

Recipe: Fried Potatoes and Eggs Comfort Food


Do you have a favorite comfort food that you go to when you're not feeling good? I do and this is it. It's actually really easy and you can add other things to it if you want to. Sometimes I'll add bacon or spinach but most times it's just this. 

Recipe:

3 large potatoes
4 eggs mixed in a bowl
2 stalks of green onion-diced
3 tablespoons of vegetable oil
salt and pepper to taste

What to do

Heat skillet with oil
Wash and cut potatoes into chunks and add to pan. Fry with lid on over medium heat until tender. 
Add mixed eggs and diced onion right over the potatoes and keep turning until done. 

This has always been what I wanted when I wasn't feeling good or was sick. My mom used to make this for us when we were kids and it just stuck with me. 

20 comments:

  1. It looks great indeed!

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  2. Campbell's chicken noodle soup with Keebler club crackers. My mom didn't make much homemade!

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    1. Soup and crackers is good.

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  3. Oh yum. And now I want a plate. lol Have you seen hangover hash? Kind of the same but with a fried egg on top instead of scrambling them. So good.

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    1. I haven't seen that but it sounds good.

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  4. Nothing wrong with a little comfort food

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  5. I always do my dads polish dumplings when I need some comfort food:D

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  6. My "comfort foods" tend to be Omelets with onions and spinach or fried rice with onions and cabbage and egg and whatever else is in the fridge

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    1. That sure sounds good too.

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  7. This sounds really simple and good! I am going to give this a try soon. I love eggs, potatoes and onions, so I probably will love this as well. Sounds like a great comfort meal. How long do you have to bake the potatoes? I always cook them first before baking, but from your reicpe it soudns like just baking them would work as well.

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    1. I cut the potatoes into small chunks and I fry them for about 15 minutes with the lid on and the heat on medium.

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  8. This receipe looks yummy and easy to make. My go to when I'm not feeling that great is usually a tuna sandwich. Other than that, I'm back to my cheeseburgers. (lol) Feel better. Hugs...www.intheknowwithro.blogspot.com

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    1. Cheeseburgers are always a good go to.

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  9. eggs and potatoes with the add-ins totally works for comfort food. I also go for the tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich.

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    1. I love grilled cheese too.

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