Pan roasted potatoes…..served with pan fried goat meat. These Roasted Potatoes are the best side dish served with grilled meat or baked fish. Flavorful and is ready in few minutes only. In a hot pan, add the oil and when hot add the potatoes.
Soft on the inside, crispy on the outside They add so much to a dish and, of course, do just fine when served by themselves, for example, for breakfast, lunch or dinner! The Best Pan-Roasted Potatoes. by: Gretchen @ Backyardnotes. Deceptively easy to do, requiring only potatoes, oil and salt; the result here is a not-too-salty, creamy, roasted-slash-fried potato. You can cook Pan roasted potatoes…..served with pan fried goat meat using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Pan roasted potatoes…..served with pan fried goat meat
- You need 1 kg of Irish potatoes.
- It’s 2 cloves of garlic.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of paprika.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of garam masala.
- You need 1/2 tsp of tumeric.
- You need of Cooking oil……salt.
I think this was inspired by small, whole, oven-roasted and salted potatoes. Bring a large saucepan of salted water to the boil. For the pan-fried cod, heat the oil in a frying pan. Serve the cod with the herb sauce poured over the top, the potatoes and spinach on the side and the crispy egg.
Pan roasted potatoes…..served with pan fried goat meat instructions
- Wash cut your potatoes into cubes…..boil in salty water for 10mins set aside(make sure they are not over cooked)……in a pan add alittle oil, garlic + spices…let them cook for 2mins……pour that mixed oil into your boiled potatoes.
- Give your potatoes a good mix with a spoon for then to get that flavour of the spices……the remaining oil from the potatoes return it to the pan…….heat it up and place your potatoes.
- Let them cook on a medium low heat……keep turning both sides to cook well…..when ready serve with your favourite accompaniment……I served mine with onion pan fried goat meat with kachumbari……enjoy!.
A lot of pan fried potatoes take wayyy longer than they should. You're first asked to boil the potatoes then chop and fry them. We can hardly think of anything more annoying. Especially if you're feeling lazy, hungover, or rushed—or all of the above. The truth is, you don't need to pre-cook the potatoes.