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Subject: Various Fried Potato Recipes
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Subject: Mossemeats fried potatoes
From: edrich[at]halcyon.com (Ed (Moosemeat) Rich)
Date: Wed, 8 Nov 1995 06:26:15 PST
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May I put this threads to an end with the one and only way to prepare fried 
potatoes?

                  Snazzy Fried Potatoes

Peel and dice potatoes into cubes about a quarter of an inch square.
Rinse off all potato starch with running cold water.
Put potatoes in a pot and cover with boiling water and let stand for a few 
minutes....drain well.
Fry potatoes in a bit of hot oil until nicely browned
On Sundays you can grate some onion and add to the potatoes along with any 
onion juice produced.
Salt & pepper to taste.

These potatoes are not heavy and not greasy, slightly crunchy and guaranteed
to be the finest you have ever eaten.
         
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Subject: Re: Potato recipe needed
From: nancy-dooley[at]uiowa.edu (Nancy Dooley)
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 16:39:42
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Mary Martin asked:
>   I have been asked to bring a potato dish to a holiday breakfast 

Thinking about brunch menus...I love hash browns with cheese sauce...that 
should be easy enough.  Shred the potatoes, add some onions (not too many) and 
stir all around in some good butter until lightly browned.  Pile into a 
casserole dish and sprinkle all over with shredded cheddar cheese...
bake at 350 until cheese is all melted.

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Subject: German Fried Potatoes
From: jsparks[at]arn.net (Jerry Sparks)
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 1996 05:19:12 GMT
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3 tbsp Vegetable oil
4 C Thin sliced raw potatoes 
1 lg Onion, sliced 
1 tsp Salt 

Heat the oil in a large skillet. Add sliced potatoes and onions. Cover
skillet and cook, turning potatoes occasionally, until tender and
golden brown. Season with salt. 


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