If you love potatoes, you are in for a real treat with this mouth-watering and delicious one-pot dish. The Southern Fried Potatoes dish is a delectable combination of russet potatoes, red peppers, orange peppers, white onions, scallions, jalapeno peppers, and slices of crispy bacon. The dish will tantalize your taste buds and make your dinner time an unforgettable experience.
Southern Fried Potatoes, or Southern-style hash brown potatoes, are a staple southern side dish popular for their tender and crispy texture. This dish is perfect to serve alongside eggs for breakfast or as a side dish for any meal. However, this dish has a little twist, including bacon, jalapeno peppers, and scallions, making it an ideal breakfast meal for a weekend when you have extra time in the morning.
While this dish is primarily a breakfast meal, you can enjoy it for lunch or dinner. The versatility of potato hash is unparalleled, and you can make it with just about anything you want! You can add steak, chicken, and ground meats or make it vegetarian by loading it up with veggies. You can easily double or triple the recipe measurements below if you have a large family.
Overall, the Southern Fried Potatoes dish is a great way to enjoy a delicious and hearty meal that is easy to make and perfect for any time of the day.
For this recipe, you will need:
½ Red Peppers
½ Orange Peppers
½ White Onions
One small Jalapeno Peppers
Three slices of Bacon
2 Medium russet potatoes
How to Prep Your Vegetables and Meat
Finely chopped all vegetable and meat according to your liking.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook time 20 min
How to Make One Pot Potato Hash
Start by heating the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the potatoes and season them with salt and pepper, Garlic salt, and cayenne pepper. Stir occasionally and let them cook for about 5-10 minutes until they soften.
Add your bacon and cook for another 3 minutes
Now add the rest of your ingredients
Cover and steam for 10 minutes
Remove cover, turn with a spatula in sections, and continue cooking over medium-high, uncovered, turning and stirring occasionally, until potatoes are brown as desired.