POTATO FRENCH FRIED with Bacon
Potato lovers find every reason to eat the spud for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I recently discover the combination of French Fried Potatoes and Bacon.
Potatoes are relatively inexpensive and stores are selling them in 10 lb bags to the delight of spud lovers.
Pick up some potatoes, a package of bacon, Mr. Goudas Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Trinidad Style Hot Sauce, Salt and Pepper.
Choose a couple nice looking potatoes.
Wash and scrub the skin since we are keeping the skin on.
Remember, dirt or soil does not taste really good when fried!
Cut potatoes into even, slices.
Cut slices into even pieces
Pour a small amount of Mr GoudaS Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a large frying pan and place on stove.
Open the package of Maple Leaf or Schneiders Bacon and cut in half.
Spread potato slices around the pot
Top with the bacon slices.
Cook at high level for 5 to 7 minutes.
Flip the potato and bacon slices.
Now you should have bacon slices topped with potato slices.
Cook for an additional 5 to 7 minutes.
Remove the oil and fat.
Was that difficult?
You will notice that the potato will not burn, and the steam and the fat from the bacon will penetrate the potato slices turning them into wonderful French fried potatoes.
Remove from heat and place your French Fries with Bacon on a serving platter.
I have to admit that I am a Potato lover, and have eaten them cooked in a variety of ways.
However, discovering this method of cooking the potato with bacon has to be the best Fried Potatoes I have ever eaten in my life.
Do not over eat. I suggest that you share this meal with someone.
Read my book, Overweight, Highway to a Healthy Life and choose a sensible lifestyle to avoid the pitfalls of excess fat consumption and overeating.
You do know that bacon is derived from various cuts of meat produced from the pig which at is cured with salt.
Bacon may be boiled, smoked, fried, baked, grilled or used as a condiment to flavour dishes.
Canadians love side bacon from the pork belly, back bacon from the pork loin and peameal bacon which is back bacon coated with cornmeal.
Spyros Peter Goudas
8 Sep 2013
Please Note: Potatoes are used in thousands of recipes all over the world, however, in this website, we have mentioned the ingredient Potatoes in the following recipes