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www.allrecipes.com/recipe/20749

In a large cast iron skillet, heat shortening over medium-high heat. Add potatoes and cook, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are golden brown. Season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and paprika. Serve hot.

www.familysavvy.com/how-to-make-crispy-potatoes-in-a-cast-iron-skillet

A cast-iron skillet makes a difference when you want crispy potatoes with a hearty, crispy exterior. Nothing gives the flavor and texture to any food, especially food that is fried or crisped, than cast-iron. The heat distributes evenly in cast-iron, and the non-stick surface makes it easy to flip and turn potatoes until they are perfectly ...

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Fried Potato and Onion Recipe: Ingredients for Fried Potatoes and Onion Recipe: 5 medium sized russet potatoes 1 large white or yellow onion 3 Tbl Vegetable ...

inthekitchenwithscotty.com/scotty-recipes/2017/3/6/cast-iron-skillet-roasted-potatoes

A well seasoned cast iron pan should be a part of any serious home cook’s kitchen. Searing meats, pan frying or roasting , some stewing…. you need a cast iron pan. Treat it well and with love. Look for basically the same sized potatoes. All the potatoes will be cut in half to help with cooking, but it’s how we arrange then in the pan that ...

www.lodgecastiron.com/recipe/skillet-scalloped-potatoes

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Oil or butter a 12 Inch Skillet and arrange potatoes in a thin layer on the bottom. Set aside half the garlic and rosemary. With the remaining half, sprinkle a handful of chopped garlic and rosemary on the potato layer, and a pinch of salt.

www.acouplecooks.com/fried-potatoes

Use any skillet: non-stick or cast iron. You can use any type of skillet to make these fried potatoes! It’s easier to use a non-stick skillet, though of course a cast-iron skillet feels more sturdy and rustic. If you’re using cast iron, make sure that potatoes are fully browned before you flip them. When they brown, they release better from ...

www.restlesschipotle.com/easy-crispy-pan-fried-potates

Expert Tip: Fry potatoes in a cast iron skillet if you have one – try not to use a nonstick. The coating hampers the frying process because it doesn’t get hot enough. Slice or cube the potatoes making sure they're the same size so that they all cook evenly. They shouldn’t be too thick or too thin — about 1/8 inch is right.

www.food.com/recipe/easy-fried-potatoes-191254

Add potatoes, and turn over every few minutes until brown. Not all need to be brown, but make sure they are cooked through. Usually takes about 15 minutes. Add salt and pepper sometime during frying time, to taste.

www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/skillet-red-potatoes

Add potatoes to the skillet and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to make sure all potatoes are evenly cooked. Stir in seasonings; cook and stir 5-10 minutes longer or until potatoes are browned and tender (final cooking time will depend on the size of the potato chunks).

www.lordbyronskitchen.com/skillet-roasted-potatoes

Cast iron skillets offer a few benefits to the home cook. First of all, these skillets are great for those recipes where the food first needs to be seared and then placed in the oven. A cast iron skillet can easily transition from the stove top to the oven. These skillets are sturdy and long lasting.