Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 15 min./batch.
Made these and loved them! So tasty and will make many more times!!!
I made this recipe on our beach vacation. I used leftover kielbasa instead of bacon and it turned out great.
On river trips, this recipe was called "cowboy potatoes" a treat to this day!
First tasted as a, kid, my friends mother used to make. I started making it and have been making regularly, my husband loves and ask for all the time for breakfast. I chop fresh tomatoes and toss in with the bacon on top of the potatoes and onions. So good.
I have made this with my Dad also . But we finished with about 8 eggs scrambled. Very good. He called it the mess.. was delicious
Also works great using frozen Potatoes O'Brien. Sacrificing that the potato chunks aren't as big, but still a hit. Have also used bulk sausage as well as diced ham. Family prefers the bacon just slightly over the ham, the sausage, not as much as the other two.
This is a huge hit with my family of picky eaters. For my own serving I add whatever kind of peppers I have on hand. I'm especially fond of the small sweet peppers. To make dividing the bacon grease easier, I pour it in the bowl with the potatoes and toss the whole lot into my cast iron. If this is a lunch or dinner I'm making them for, I will reserve some of that grease in another pan and toss in shrimp and sausage so that everything has that delightful bacon flavor. Add a side of whatever produce-inspired salad or side you have on hand and a very satisfying meal indeed!
Been making these for years but I slice my potatoes (rather than cube them) and add onion and a little garlic seasoning to the skillet.
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Absolutely delish!!! Made them for the first time this morning