Skillet Potatoes

Skillet Potatoes

I saw a picture on Facebook the other day from Cast Iron Cooking that showed delicious looking skillet potatoes. I don’t make potatoes often, but I had some leftover from making Low Fat Potato Soup that I wanted to use. I followed the same process as the one on Facebook, but added a few ingredients and had to come up with my own amounts. I must say, these were pretty amazing. 

Level of Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: Prep Time – 15 min; Cook Time – 1 hour 20 minutes

Ingredients:

Olive Oil

6 Baking Potatoes

6 Garlic Cloves, crushed

 1 tsp. Oregano

1 tsp. Salt

1/2 tsp. Pepper

2 T. Butter

2 T Flat Leaf Parsley

1/2 c. Shredded Parmesan Cheese

Special Equipment and Other Items Needed:

Mandolin or Very Sharp Knife

Cast Iron Skillet

Preparing Skillet Potatoes:

Brush bottom and sides of a baking dish or cast iron skillet with olive oil.

Using a mandoline or a sharp knife, slice potatoes crosswise into desired thickness. Arrange potato slices vertically and loosely in prepared dish or skillet.

Preheat oven to 375. Sprinkle garlic and oregano on top of potatoes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Put small pats of butter over the potatoes.

 Skillet Potatoes

Cover skillet with foil and bake for about 1 hour or until potatoes are tender. Remove foil, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and parsley.

Skillet Potatoes

Bake for another 15 to 20 minutes or until crisp.

Skillet Potatoes

Important Tips:

In order for these potatoes to look as good as they taste, they really do need to be cut evenly!

Meal Ideas:

I served these skillet potatoes with baked chicken and sautéed sugar snap peas! My family was in heaven!

 

4 comments

  1. Elaine Metzger says:

    Skillet potato recipe looks amazing! When I printed it, all comments, etc. printed out and took three pages. How can I print just the recipe itself? I’m so pleased to be receiving your newsletter! You have such great recipes to try as I begin the new year with energy and enthusiasm for more healthy living!

    • Elaine – thank you so much for the feedback and we are excited you are enjoying the site. We have fun cooking and like to share! As for printing, we picked up on this a bit late in our launch and have not converted to use one of the recipe card plugins. We hope to do that in the near future. Your best option is to copy and paste the recipe text into something like MS Word. I know it’s annoying but we’ll try to get these converted. Thanks again.

  2. Don McCourt says:

    about printing…. I can print just the recipe… it took two sheets of paper…. all you have to do is ….go to the bottom of the recipe on the right side of the writing….. hold down the left mouse button and scroll up to the top of the recipe…then …. let go of the left button and……click the right button…and wa-la……a menu should pop up for the printing process…. good luck… don

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