I serve these up when I make steaks, london broil, grilled chicken, even fish, it goes with just about everything.
Here is what you need to get started:
2 cans sliced potatoes, onion, garlic, salt, and pepper. Also olive oil and butter.
To get started, I always drain and pat dry the canned potatoes:
Next, slice the onion and heat a large pan with olive oil on medium-high heat. Add the onions and garlic, I usually use a large spoonful of minced garlic, but you can add however much you choose, you can even skip it all together and this still turns out delicious:
Mix everything well and cover and cook on medium-low for around 15 minutes. Then comes the butter. I know many of us are on diets. This isn't really a diet dish (obviously) because the butter is necessary, I don't know how to explain in technical terms what it does, but leaving it out is a mistake, trust me.
So add about a tablespoon of butter in chunks to the top of the potatoes:
Ideally you want your potatoes to look like the brown ones in this picture:
Grab a few cans of potatoes to keep in the pantry for a night when you have no idea what to serve with your chicken, you'll thank yourself because I'm sure you have all the other ingredients already!
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Let me know if you try this!
Love and Luck to you,
The Packet Queen