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Fondant Potatoes (Stir-fried Butter Potatoes)

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Hello Dear Friends,

Many of us cook potatoes in various ways. Boiled, fried, roasted, the list goes on. The recipe that I will share with you today will allow you to cook your potatoes with a taste that is much more than these. I am sure that it will be your new favorite with the legendary taste it leaves on your palate as much as its practicality!

buttered potatoes in pan

In the classic version of this method, medium-sized potatoes are peeled and cut into a cylindrical shape. This is more tedious and most of the potato is wasted. Also while cooking bone broth, chicken water or vegetable broth is being used. If you have water that you have prepared yourself at home, you can add flavor to the taste of potatoes by using it for this recipe. If you want, you can experiment by adding 1 clove of garlic that you crushed when the potatoes start to caramelize.

Video Description of the Recipe:

Meat dishes especially grilled tenderloin It goes great with.


Ingredients for Fondant Potatoes (Stir-fried Potatoes with Butter)

  • fresh potatoes
  • 2 spoonful butter
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • su
  • dill (optionally parsley or fresh thyme can also be used)

How to Make Fondant Potatoes (Stir-fried Potatoes with Butter)?

  1. Peel the fresh potatoes and put them in a bowl of water to prevent them from browning.
  2. Fill water up to half of the pan, put the butter in the pan.
  3. After putting the potatoes in the pan, sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  4. When the water boils down to half, carefully turn the potatoes.
  5. When the potatoes start to run out of water, let them turn by shaking the pan from time to time so that the outer surface caramelizes.
  6. When only oil remains in the pan and the top of the potatoes is browned, add the dill and mix by shaking the pan.
  7. Serve hot or warm as desired.


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