I’m Back with…Crash Hot Potatoes

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jul 20, 2010 at 6:44pm

It has bothered me that I didn’t snap a pic of The Pioneer Woman Crash Hot Potatoes I made on July 4th.  I know…I’m weird.  But there it is, and here I am, and now I have a pic of the potatoes.

Which is good, since I’ve made them three times since July 4th.  What can I say?  They’re addictive.  Especially with the minced preserved lemon I added to the basic recipe.  Really anything with preserved lemon is delicious, but crunchy, salty potatoes with preserved lemon?  The Kill.  Here’s the recipe for the version I put together.







If you recall, on the 4th I served them alongside no-fail pork ribs and mini burgers.  I’ve since served them with grilled steaks with herb butter, grilled lamb chops, and tonight’s version – greens dressed with a harissa vinaigrette, topped with olives and almonds, and finished with a poached egg.

That’s right, another poached egg.  Some people eat chocolate several times per week.

I eat poached eggs.

In fact, if you’re new to reading Fresh Tart, courtesy of Food News Journal, Minnesota Public Radio, Minnesota Monthly magazine, Twitter, or Facebook – thank you for stopping by.  I’m honored that you clicked through.  And I hope that you find tasty things!

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  1. By lauren on July 21, 2010 at 12:49PM

    YUM with so much praise, I will have to give these a try too! I can only imagine how tasty they are with a poached egg too! YUMMY!

  2. By SML on July 21, 2010 at 7:45AM

    Thanks Ann! Yes, you'll love them with an egg. I love how they can be partially done ahead, makes potatoes for breakfast not such a big deal. A keeper recipe!

  3. By Ann Grismore on July 20, 2010 at 9:37PM

    I've made the Pioneer Woman Cooks recipe for Crash Hot Potatoes several times and always with good results. It's definitely a keeper in our family but the idea of putting the poached egg on top is fantastic! The next time I make these I will be making a few extra and setting them aside so I can use them as breakfast potates with an egg. Wonderful idea - thanks so much!