You’re going to love these skillet fried potatoes with chives. Use an iron skillet to make these so they get nice and crispy on the outside.
Get your face right up in here and take a whiff of these crispy little cubes of skillet fried potatoes with chives deliciousness. Can you stand it? This is my husband’s recipe, and it’s so gooood! The recipe is ridiculously simple in terms of ingredients and cooking, and I’ve yet to find a better pan fried potato anywhere.
These savory little morsels are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. The red onion and chive add a touch of sweet and heat, and they’re perfectly salted. When I see him get the iron skillet out on Sunday mornings I know that I’m in for a treat. Huh, that kinda rhymed.
I can’t believe that I haven’t shared this recipe with you all yet. I think it must have been the timing. He either made them waaay too early for me to take a good photograph of them, or it was cloudy and dreary so I didn’t feel like taking a picture, or, I was so ravenous that I wasn’t about to click my camera before digging in. Fortunately for you, the last time he made them it was mid-morning, sunny, and I wasn’t starving.
My favorite way to eat these is with a lot of freshly ground black pepper and a fruit salad on the side, along with a big cup of coffee. You could mix them into a tofu scramble if you want some protein. They’re also pretty awesome with a drizzle of sriracha.
So what are you waiting for? Get to scrubbing those spuds and heating up that iron skillet, they’re not going to make themselves. And just in case you have leftovers, I’m going to post an amazing taco recipe tomorrow, featuring pan fried potatoes with chives!!! Get ready for it!
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