When you make fried potatoes for breakfast or dinner, they are always the first food to be eaten up quickly. There will not be leftovers when it comes to using one of these fried potato recipes.
Many fried potato recipes call for boiling the potatoes first, cutting them then cooking them in a skillet. The boiling process is unnecessary, but only if you cut them small enough and use the correct oils.
Be careful when using butter; it can brown and burn too quickly. Better to use it as an added flavor at the end.
The recipes below are a collection of ones from many different countries. Starting with a most loved southern fried potatoes to some spicy ones.
Ingredients include cheese, bacon, green beans, onion, garlic, sausage, egg, and mushrooms—so many savory tastes to try.
Southern Fried Potatoes by Southern Bite
Southern Fried Potatoes by Fox Valley Foodie
German Fried Potato Recipe by Quick German Recipes
Sautéed Potatoes with Garlic by Kitchen Sanctuary
Cajun Fried Potatoes by CD Kitchen
Fried Potatoes and Eggs by Leite’s Culinaria
Rosemary Garlic Fried Potatoes by The Pioneer Woman
Skillet Fried Potato Hash With Bacon and Eggs by A Farmgirl’s Dabbles
Boiled, Smashed and Fried potatoes by Spark Recipes
Pan-Fried Potato Cake by Cooktoria
Fried Potatoes with Mushrooms and Dill by The New Baguette
Fried Potatoes and Onions Persian Style by Unicorns In The Kitchen
Cheesy Skillet Potatoes by Parade
Pan-Fried Potatoes And Green Beans By Small Town Woman
Deep Fried Potato Salad by Tornadough Alli
Xi’an Spicy Fried Potatoes by New Kid On The Wok
Fried Eggs with Chorizo and Fried Potatoes by Tasting Table
German Fried Potatoes with Bacon by My Life Cookbook
Crispy Italian Fried Potatoes and Peppers by Panning The Globe
Jill Davis, author for Life So Ever
Jill Davis grew up on army bases in the USA and Germany and has spent her adult life on the East Coast. She resides in Virginia where she gets to enjoy lots of hiking trails, kayaking, and other outdoor adventures. No recipe intimidates her and she is always up to try most foods. Her second language is sarcasm and she always looks for the good in life.