Jenks is a guy I went to college with. When I visited him in NYC recently, he made these potatoes for breakfast. They have that great “home fry” flavor you get in breakfast diners, but they could certainly be served for any meal. I went old school and drenched them in ketchup!
2-3 lb potatoes (anything would work here - feel free to mix and match too!)
1 yellow onion, thick diced
2-3 garlic cloves, coarse minced
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Toss potatoes liberally in oil, salt, and pepper. You could also sub out some of the oil for melted butter.
Place in a roasting pan and begin roasting in the oven. Every 15 minutes you will remove the pan from the oven and quickly stir and turn the mass over so they will cook and brown regularly.
After the first stirring, begin sauteing the onion in a frying pan over medium heat. Cook for 3-5 minutes, to begin softening.
Add garlic and cook another 1-2 minutes.
At the second stirring (30 minutes in), add the onions and garlic to the potatoes and stir in.
Stir again at the 45 minute mark. At 60 minutes, check for doneness. Don’t be afraid to cook longer as needed.
Serve with eggs and some dank coffee!
Recipe by Vie at https://getvie.com/free-meal-plans/