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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: Sharon] #7374475
10/08/21 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Sharon
Oh that is perfect Angela , thank you !

I love Hungarian cooking. I got my paprika from a family who are from Hungary , and another family from Romania. That are all friends.

Look too what I just found ...also Hungarian cooking ! And, he uses smoked Hungarian Paprika too .

I can make this meal !

Thank you, Angela !





The dumplings he mentioned at the end of the video was what I mentioned earlier! https://www.venturists.net/hungarian-egg-noodle-dumplings-nokedli/ I think I'm going to have to try this with the added tomato paste like they do... and some better quality paprika.

I hope you like it if you try it!

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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: ~ADC~] #7374477
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Originally Posted by ~ADC~
Originally Posted by HobbieTrapper
Shred ‘em right into the pan with the cheese grader onto some hot grease. Salt, pepper, hold the onion.


Those are hashbrowns not home fries. And they should be rinsed and dryed in a towel before going in the hot pan with your 1/2 oil, 1/2 butter in the bottom. Spread out evenly, let brown well before you touch them. Salt and pepper then put a plate on top of them flip the pan so they are on the plate and slide them back into the pan to brown on the other side til done. = professional looking and tasting hashbrowns!!!

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I can hear my arteries slamming closed just from looking at that picture !


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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374478
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Oh yes I can see now I will love it ! All the ingredients that I love.

Also- a neat tip in the comments below that video, a person from Hungary advised to always take the pan off the heat when adding paprika...blend it with the other ingredients then put it back on the heat. If the paprika burns it will take on a bitter taste.

A valuable tip I'll remember !

I know I can fix this meal and like it -nice and moist and tastey !

We changed course a bit in your sandbox here, Racer Man ...I don't think you'll mind too much grin

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374480
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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: white17] #7374482
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Originally Posted by white17



I can hear my arteries slamming closed just from looking at that picture !


Yeah it does look good, doesn't it?

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: yotetrapper30] #7374486
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Originally Posted by yotetrapper30
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I can hear my arteries slamming closed just from looking at that picture !


Yeah it does look good, doesn't it?


Yes it does !!


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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: yotetrapper30] #7374491
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Originally Posted by yotetrapper30
Originally Posted by white17



I can hear my arteries slamming closed just from looking at that picture !


Yeah it does look good, doesn't it?


It was. That's my rabbit sausage made into gravy over drop biscuits. Good stuff.

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374493
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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: white17] #7374505
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A wee bit o' the hare that dogged you !


You hopped right on that opportunity.

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374509
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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374536
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I put my taters in the microwave.....then cut them up.If bacon grease is there...that’s what I am using...if not it’s butter. Season with salt ,fresh cracked pepper, onion powder, paprika....then keep tossing in a hot pan....then season again....toss until taters start getting a nice dark brown on them...then season again...and don’t be a scared of the seasoning...put it to it ! Onions with the taters just add moisture .....and takes you longer to crisp them taters up. I hate mushy homies......


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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374605
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Hippie, County Line Restaurant in Richfield has pretty good home fries.


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Best homefries in the world are made from left over Salt Potatoes.Cut them in halves or quarters,,add onions or scallions and fry in oil or Bacon grease till crispy outside.You Rebels(not you hippie,,even though you are south of me) don't know what salt potatoes are.I always have to bring them when visiting the wifes relations. smile I have to bring salt potatoes and Hoffman Hot Dogs and Coneys.They didn't know what Coneys were either.

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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: Nittany Lion] #7374671
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Originally Posted by Nittany Lion
Hippie, County Line Restaurant in Richfield has pretty good home fries.


I think I had some the day we ate there before running your line.

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374674
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Love home fries ,and hash browns even more.Like mine with much onions, and red peppers is great.has to be topped of with some ketchup, and Phil Browns Fermented Jalapeno Hot Sauce.

Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: Sharon] #7374749
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Originally Posted by Sharon
Give it a try sometime , see if that is the same as you remember . My suggestion would be to pick up smoked Paprika . Try a little and see. I like it so much and it goes with many dishes . Great on meats too.


Sharon, I use Paprika often . . . but I found that this brand of Spanish Pap has a more smoky "realistic" taste than the Hungarian did :-) This is the brand I found to be outstanding for many dishes! . . . give it a try sometime if you can.

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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7374758
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I've seen this brand before, glad you know about it ! I find the Spanish made seems to have the hold on smoked paprika over Hungarian.

So do the Swedes. I want natural made every time. No fake stuff.

Thank you for this info . I could use the Hungarian hot or sweet spice and add smoke natural flavor on the side, but it's nice to have it included too.

I have an organic brand now, but the next order I will try what you suggested !

Thanks SJA



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My favorite home fries are made from leftover potatoes that have been roasted in a roastpan in the oven with a roast of beef.
My favorite breakfast potatoes are potato cakes.2 cups of leftover mashed potato,1 egg, 3/4 cup of flour and around 1/2 cup of milk.You adjust the milk so you get the proper consistency-you definitly dont want the "batter" too thin,just enough to flatten out in the frypan when spooned in.Add salt,pepper and onion powder to the batter to taste.

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Originally Posted by Boco
My favorite home fries are made from leftover potatoes that have been roasted in a roastpan in the oven with a roast of beef.
My favorite breakfast potatoes are potato cakes.2 cups of leftover mashed potato,1 egg, 3/4 cup of flour and around 1/2 cup of milk.You adjust the milk so you get the proper consistency-you definitly dont want the "batter" too thin,just enough to flatten out in the frypan when spooned in.Add salt,pepper and onion powder to the batter to taste.


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Re: Breakfast home fries [Re: hippie] #7375850
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Had a left ovah potato from Dinnah last night…made some homies this morning. Cooked in bacon grease and butter combo…with all the seasonings

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