Potatoes O’Brien have fantastic flavor, and I love the little crispy cubes of potato with the flavor of the diced bell pepper. In a large skillet or sauté pan, heat two tablespoons of butter and two tablespoons of oil over medium high heat.What is Potatoes O'Brien and where does it come from?
Many restaurants serve this easy dish at breakfast alongside eggs and sausage or bacon, but we think Potatoes O’Brien is just as delicious served at dinnertime with any favorite entrée! Living in New England, my husband Jack and I have always believed that Potatoes O’Brien was a recipe with origins from Massachusetts.What is an O'Brien au gratin potatoes?
This recipe, a variation of the traditional potatoes O'Brien, is called O'Brien au Gratin Potatoes and it is found in a slim 1946 cookbook entitled “Mrs. Rasmussen's Book of One-Arm Cookery”. It wasn't that Mrs. Rasmussen had only one arm, it's that one arm was already dedicated to holding a beer while she cooked.How to cook roasted potatoes with peppers and onions?
Perfectly browned and roasted potatoes mixed with peppers and onions, just like the pan fried version, but better! Heat oven to 450 degrees F. Line a large sheet pan with parchment or non-stick foil (for easy clean up - Reynold's® makes both) Toss the cut potatoes, onion, and peppers with olive oil and salt and pepper in large bowl.