Why is there no just "boiled" option.
Those are most popular and tastiest.
mash > baked > hash > scalloped > fries > tots > boiled
right on poland
In Poland, mashed potatoes are usually associated with kids that can't use fork and knife properly yet, so it's easier for them to eat that way.
Adult, mature men such as myself prefer boiled.
When I was young we had boiled potatoes nearly every day of the week. Nowadays it's something only old folks do eveyr day of the week. Other people just vary their shit up.
But potatoes are good for ya m8.
>tfw too lazy to peel potatoes so end up eating rice almost every day
>tfw you love potato dishes but you eat them far more rarely than you'd like to because you absolutely hate peeling them
Is there an easy way to peel?
Chili bacon cheese fries master race.
It gets even better when you add egg.
Or mushrooms, either for variety or for vegetarianism. It's hard to go wrong once your potatoes are diced and in a pan.
Damn they look delicious.
It seems simple enough, I'll have to make it myself.
Is it not a dish or at least side dish in the anglo word? I've always struggled to find an English name for Bratkartoffeln. You can dice them, wedge them, slice them, it's your choice. The closest comparison are probably potato wedges but pan-fried and with difference flavoring (salt, pepper, diced onions, caraway seeds or ground caraway are the basics). Soft boiling sorts don't need boiling at all, you can't even slice them once they're boiled, just do it raw and straight up fry them. Hard boiling sorts can still be sliced and fried when already boiled, for example leftovers from a boilet potato dish.
To be honest op is a fucking inbred worthless retard.
The best way to consume potatoes is in variety.
You are probably going to eat potatoes no more than once a day.
In the morning I might want some hash
French fries and tots are for side snacks
Scalloped backed and mashed potatoes are for brunch or dinner.
What the fuck is a tator tot?
Also scalloped? Isn't that a gratin?
Oh fuck that looks delicious! What's a good recipe for them?
>You are probably going to eat potatoes no more than once a day.
Risky claim, m8, do you even know where you are?
Thanks. East Europeans and central Asians do love potatoes.
I thought Ireland would consume potatoes a lot because they suffered from famine when their potatoes got crop failure.
Come to think of that, potatoes were eaten more often a few decades ago in my country too. I think people merely use them as an ingredient of cooking today.
add veggies of your choice, peas, carrots etc, also sausages and bacon.
Google yields me "German potatoes", but I'm sure it's commonly prepared like that here, being it's a simple dish.
I've only ever seen fried eggs served on top of potatoes in corn beef hash, however.
Oh, so it's like a christmas duck? Thanks for the effort of listing the recipes, but that's too complicated for us, we simply buy roasted chicken from the Broiler van where they rotate on skewers in front of a grill.
Oh yeah, I totally forgot about Klöße. Only original with toasted bread cubes in the center.
Just fry the potatoes, add salt, once done, put them in the mixed eggs.
Put the mixture in the pan and flip it when the sides are done.
If you like them, add onions when you are frying the potatoes.
This is the only valid recipe.
We also have those made with boiled potatoes. More common in the south.
very popular here твн
Add some applesauce and sower cream and that shit is god tier. My grandmother used to make them with a blend of chopped and fried sweet potato, parsnip, and ykon gold potato.
So fucking gud.
Hire a babushka
She tells you stories of old country
I love my wife's potato cooking.
No regular fried potato, no young fresh potato cooked unpeeled, no potato baked in ash and coals, fuck this survey desu.