Breakfast Potato's
Recipe type: Side Dish
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Serves: 4-5
  • 4-5 Medium Potato's
  • ½ An Onion
  • 1 Small Red Bell Pepper
  • 2 Garlic cloves
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Sprinkle of Smoked Paprika
  • Olive Oil
  1. Rinse and cut Potato's with skin on into small chunks
  2. Chop onion and Bell Pepper
  3. Chop Garlic and set aside
  4. Heat pan, prescription add Olive Oil, health enough to lightly cover bottom of frying pan
  5. When hot add Onion and Peppers
  6. Salt and pepper and saute till onions are translucent, rx about 5 minutes
  7. Add Potato's and garlic, mix and turn down heat to very low temp
  8. Salt and pepper again and add more oil if needed
  9. Put lid on pan and let cook stirring occasionally till done about 20 minutes
  10. Remove lid and turn up heat for 3-5 minutes to get crispy, but don't burn
  11. Sprinkle Paprika on on potato's and serve

Breakfast.  The word alone is vast.  It conjures up so many memories and the varieties are endless.  Growing up I had no use for it.  I felt I had no time to eat. I also didn’t like our options, cereal or Cream of Wheat.  Eggs and such were for the weekend when there was time .  That’s when I really liked breakfast and still do.  I love going out, it feels so luxurious or taking the time to make something decedent.  Weekends are the perfect time to stop and enjoy the first meal of the day.  Whether it’s a toasted bagel with schmear, or the full on spread, it’s all about taking the time you don’t have during the week. While I change what I make every time, I have a couple staples that seem to always make it to the table.  Potato’s and of course eggs, the rest changes, sometimes it’s bacon, sometimes sausage, spinach, fruit, avocado, etc..   It’s become such an open field that you can really do anything you want. Which is why I finally fell in love with breakfast.  So when you’re getting up on Saturday or Sunday, take some time and really indulge in some good hearty food.  As my friend Mary sings, “Breakfast.  One of the most important  meals of the day.  Gonna get some right away.”