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Fasting peasant potatoes

Fasting peasant potatoes

We clean and wash the potatoes, cut them a little thicker, not like for french fries.

Grind the garlic and mix it with the oil, salt, pepper and basil.

We put the potatoes through this mixture.

We put them in a tray lined with baking paper and bake them in the preheated oven for 40-45 minutes.

They are ready when the fork enters them easily.

Serve with a green salad or some pickles on Lent, or as a side dish next to a steak on sweet days.

Good appetite!!!

Peasant potatoes - recipe

Peeled potatoes have many more benefits than peeled potatoes or french fries. They are not healthier than baked potatoes, but they are just as tasty.


• 1 kg of potatoes
• 1-3 onions
• 2 teaspoons of paprika or paprika
• 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds
• 1 teaspoon of salt
• 2-3 tablespoons of oil


Wash the potatoes well in water, and put them to boil with the peel in a large pot. When they have softened well and the fork penetrates easily into their flesh, they are ready.

Drain the water, rinse with cold water, and after they have cooled a little, peel them. Cut them into small cubes.

Finely chop the onion and grease it with a little oil in a saucepan or cauldron. (You can use red or green onions, or a combination of several colors, for a more diverse flavor).

When it has softened and turned golden, add salt and cumin and mix. Add the diced potatoes and finally the paprika. Mix carefully so as not to crush them. Leave it for another minute, then pull the pot off the heat.

They are very good warm, but they also go cold. They can be served with bread or polenta, yogurt or cream, cabbage salad, donuts or peppers in vinegar, or as a garnish for a steak when not fasting.

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Fasting recipes: peasant potatoes

Fasting recipes: peasant potatoes from: potatoes, onions, peppers, oil, dill, parsley, paprika, vegeta, salt, pepper.


  • 2 kg of potatoes
  • 2 bunches of green onions
  • 2 red onions
  • 2 green peppers
  • 2 red peppers
  • 50 ml oil
  • 1 link dill
  • 1 bunch parsley
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • vegetate
  • salt
  • pepper

Method of preparation:

Peel, wash and julienn the onions. Peel a squash, grate it and cut it into cubes. Boil the potatoes in their skins in salted water for 15 minutes. Pass under a stream of cold water and leave to cool.

When they have cooled, peel them and cut them into suitable pieces. Put the oil in a saucepan and cook the onion for 3-4 minutes. Add the peppers and cook for another 4-5 minutes. Add paprika, vegeta and pepper.

Add the chopped potatoes and mix well. Place the dish in the preheated oven for 15 minutes. Add the greens and mix well.

Add salt and put back in the oven for another 10-15 minutes. When I catch a little color I'm ready.

Rustic potatoes. In the oven or frying pan. Four tasty and easy to make recipes

Maybe reading the following recipes will give you an idea, you will enrich the experience that you definitely have in front of the stove.

Let's start our journey through the recipes of peasant potatoes with a simple, simple and, obviously, quick to cook.

1. Peasant potatoes in a frying pan

Ingredients for peasant potatoes in a frying pan

How to prepare peasant potatoes in a pan

Wash the potatoes well, boil them in their skins for 15-20 minutes, clean them and cut them into cubes. Brown them in a pan with plenty of oil. Drain the oil well and transfer them with a spatula to another bowl. Peel the onions, cut them into rounds and fry them in the oil in which you browned the potatoes.

Chop the kaiser into thin, narrow slices, place it in the pan, over the onion, let it soften while you clean the bell peppers and seeds and cut them into juliennes.

Fry them in the pan with the other vegetables. Finely chop the parsley leaves. When the vegetables have softened in the pan, add the browned potatoes, season with salt and pepper, mix lightly, sprinkle the chopped parsley leaves and serve the happy ones you have on the table, as a garnish, ls any kind of steak, with assorted pickles next to it.

2. Transylvanian peasant potatoes / Recipe Radu Anton Roman

"The people of Argeş know how to make potatoes from Argeş, so, with slow orders, postponed", the late Radu Anton Roman, the greatest gastronomist among journalists and the greatest journalist among gastronomists, wrote in his book "Cuisine, vinuri şi Romanian customs ”.

His recipe for peasant potatoes is simple and traditional.

Ingredients for peasant potatoes / Recipe Radu Anton Roman

How to prepare peasant potatoes / Recipe Radu Anton Roman

"Boil the potatoes in their skins, cut in half, in salted water, but not to crack, then let them cool. Finely chop the onion and fry it in a lot of oil.

When the potatoes have cooled, peel them, cut them into round pieces or slices and fry them in onions. When they have browned a little (but don't spin because they break), you add salt to them and set them aside to "pull" the fat.

They are just as suitable if you serve them as a side dish or as a stand-alone dish ”(Radu Anton Roman).

3 Peasant fasting potatoes / Laura Adamache recipe

Peasant fasting potatoes, with onions and paprika, are a traditional food that is easy to prepare and tastes good. Laura Adamache has a simple recipe that you can read and see below.

Ingredients for fasting peasant potatoes (2-4 people) / Laura Adamache recipe

1/2 teaspoon small, grated, with salt

1 teaspoon filled with paprika

1/4 teaspoon ground pepper

75 ml of sunflower oil

1 large onion, finely chopped

How to prepare fasting potato potatoes / Laura Adamache recipe

"We wash the potatoes and put them to boil, whole, in their skins, in a pot full of water in which we add a teaspoon of salt. We take them out of the water when they are penetrated, let them cool completely, peel them and cut them into suitable cubes.

Put the oil in a non-stick pan and when it has warmed up, add the finely chopped onion. Saute until translucent, then add the potato cubes and stir over medium heat for another minute, then add salt and pepper and mix again.

After the potatoes are lightly browned, add the paprika and mix carefully. After about a minute, turn off the heat and serve hot, plain or next to a grilled steak and pickles. They are delicious! Good appetite!" (Laura Adamache)

4 Peasant potatoes tender as at home grandmother

Ingredients for fragile peasant potatoes like at home

1 teaspoon grated pepper

2 teaspoons grated with paprika

rosemary and basil to taste

fresh greens (dill or parsley) to taste

How to prepare fragile peasant potatoes like at home grandmother

Boil the potatoes in their skins for about 30-40 minutes, until the fork enters them easily. Drain them well, let them cool, peel them and cut them into thicker cubes or slices, as desired. Put them in a large tray, in which add the finely chopped onion and garlic, the spices and the olive oil.

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Peasant potatoes with smoked & # 8211 video recipe

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Recipe of rustic potatoes with smoking is one that I really like. The truth is, I love potatoes. I have loved it since I was a child and I admit that fried foods are my favorites. Because I don't cook them very often, I try to find other ways to prepare potatoes. I especially like the peasants because they are composed as well smoked, another favorite ingredient. In addition, they are easy to make, you can use any kind of potatoes and they are very tasty.

I used new potatoes because it's their season and because I feel like they're tastier. Of course you can use any potatoes you have at home. It is important to cut them into equal pieces to cook evenly. For extra flavor, I added a few sprigs of rosemary in the potato water. I like its taste with potatoes. You can easily skip it if you want to use it. Boil the potatoes in three quarters so as not to crush them too much when they are mixed with the other ingredients.

And if we talk about the other ingredients, let me tell you something about the most important, smoking. I used smoked pastrami from turkey pulp, but you can put any smoke you want. But the smoked turkey pulp is very fragrant and has little fat. I like the smoky taste, not the fat, so it's perfect for my taste. Onions can also be white or red, and if you want, you can also add green onions. The idea is that you can customize the recipe for smoked peasant potatoes as you see fit.

For a beautiful color, but also for taste, I added sweet paprika. You can also use hot paprika, for a variant of spicy smoked peasant potatoes. After mixing the potatoes with onion and smoked, leave them on the fire for about 5 minutes. Make sure they are completely cooked and season them well with salt and pepper. At the end add parsley or dill and the recipe for smoked peasant potatoes is ready. If you are a potato lover, just like me, you can try the recipe chicken legs with baked potatoes. It is fragrant and easy to prepare!

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The little one 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 09:07

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That's exactly how he used to make them, and we ate them with yogurt.

Ioana 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 09:31

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I wouldn't have thought to serve them yogurt! sounds great, I'll try it today. thanks for the idea
I serve them next to fried meat (pork in general) with pickles.

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 10:55

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I usually make these potatoes when it's fasting. Or: heat the onion and then add the diced potatoes and add water to half the potatoes and let it boil. The water decreases and a more consistent sauce is made. Or another recipe: cook (just a few seconds) a lot of julienned onions over which I put raw potatoes cut into slices, spices and let it cook, stirring often, it can stick to the pan because there is not much oil. Now when it's season you can put green onions

Ioana 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 11:14

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I also make the second option with green onions, but I also put some diced tomatoes, it turns out really good. and although they catch a little pot, that burn is super good

how many new ideas for such a seemingly trivial recipe!

Ioana 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 16:51

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I already tested the variant with yogurt, but I put whipped milk as I had this at hand, the combination is super good, once again thank you I will pass it to suggestions for serving

adry 9 years ago - 28 April 2009 17:09

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Rustic potatoes. We used to eat them a lot at "Sura Dacilor" in Poiana Brasov. I don't even know if this restaurant still exists!
Ioana, I make them exactly like you, only that together with the onion I put a little sliced ​​pepper (I know you don't like it) but it's also very good with the pepper version!

Ioana 9 years ago - April 28, 2009 17:14

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I started to put a little pepper in the food, so next time who knows, maybe a quarter of a quarter of peppers in potatoes will land.
look here, I even put 1 whole pepper [link] and I ate with pleasure

The little one 9 years ago - April 29, 2009 09:12

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puiu 9 years ago - 3 Mai 2009 21:59

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Monica 9 years ago - 4 May 2009 14:54

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I put them on the grater, and in the onion with paprika, I also put red peppers - summer in the garden, winter in the jar, finely chopped, and over a teaspoon of sugar and then salt. And a little polish of bone broth. Boil a little to dissolve the salt and sugar, and form a thicker sauce and then add chopped parsley and a little green onion and acrtophiles. Stir quickly, but with the pot removed from the heat. Very good accompanied with schnitzel and a tablespoon of sour cream. A miracle!

madalian 9 years ago - 17 May 2009 22:35

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I like this recipe. I did it today. it `s very good

Darvenia Darvi 9 years ago - 22 May 2009 21:08

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and I only make potatoes, I make them, I have a nut like garlic, it's just that it's much bigger and I also make boiled potatoes given through the nut and then put in the pan where I first hardened 3-4 cloves of garlic and then I put rosemary if it is green rosemary and better if it does not come out good with dry rosemary

ramisimion 8 years ago - 24 June 2009 21:32

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we cooked this recipe and we really liked it, tasty and a little spicy for. that I put a teaspoon of pepper, but still there was nothing left.
get her ready!

LARA 8 years ago - 30 June 2009 20:08

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madalina 8 years ago - 3 August 2009 16:33

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anne 8 years ago - 4 August 2009 14:17

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it sounds very tasty. I will try it and I hope my husband likes it too. thanks for the ideas

dany12 8 years ago - 5 August 2009 14:43

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andreea 8 years ago - 7 August 2009 15:18

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just today I tried to make them. they are very tasty. .. Worth a try !!

ketty 8 years ago - 17 August 2009 15:18

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Dora 8 years ago - 21 August 2009 13:36

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I am relatively new to cooking, I also eat peasant potatoes elsewhere, but mine turned out better.
Thanks for the recipe!

elena moise 8 years ago - 23 August 2009 19:29

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mihaela 8 years ago - 24 August 2009 15:19

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I really didn't know how to cook today. ms much for suggestions

assiral 8 years ago - 26 August 2009 09:40

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I don't like paprika. if I put a pinch of tomato sauce instead of paprika, what do you say?

Alex 8 years ago - 29 August 2009 20:13

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honestly you have to try this recipe because it's very good, I tried it too and the potatoes come out very tasty

Vika Bersonder 8 years ago - 30 August 2009 12:42

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Aha. It's ok. a good strong recipe. Thank you very much.

adina 8 years ago - 8 September 2009 15:09

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Simona 8 years ago - 9 September 2009 10:08

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Even today I did, they are amazing and warm and cold. I crush them with a fork, it goes very fast. Also, after mixing them with onions, I leave them on the fire for a while, stirring continuously, then I put a little water (about a cup), mix and leave them on the fire for another 5-10 minutes.
In our family they are called "POTATOES LIKE GOOD.

mihaela 8 years ago - 21 October 2009 17:50

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this recipe sounds very good, especially since I like potatoes. I'm going to make them today too. Thanks for the idea, I didn't even know what to cook today. mine is not saturated

paula 8 years ago - 10 November 2009 18:18

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Anisia 8 years ago - November 29, 2009 20:33

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Ioana, super recipe! Thank you! Tonight I tried it and it turned out very well!
I owe much of the success to you! Thank you again!
Many kisses!

hjskd 8 years ago - 17 December 2009 13:22

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I can't believe I didn't do well at all
what a stupid recipe, adik I think I had to take the onion before I put the potatoes, and because of that the onion burned

sonya 8 years ago - 17 December 2009 15:32

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sounds good. right now I'm trying to see what comes out. ms much idea. anyway, I didn't know what to do with mankre

very good 8 years ago - 21 December 2009 22:09

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That really came out to me: X: X: X very, very good: X: X

CARMEN 8 years ago - January 22, 2010 9:20 PM

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of 8 years ago - 4 February 2010 12:09

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super recipe.
it came out of the first.

adriana 8 years ago - 5 March 2010 13:05

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Hi girls. I make this recipe differently. that is, boil the potatoes after they have cooled, peel them and put them on the large grater. In a frying pan, heat 2-3 onions, depending on the size, to make them golden, then put the grated potatoes and mix to incorporate the onion. Add salt and pepper to taste or if you cook with vegeta, add the vegeta, as they come out very good. leave it on the stove over low heat, stirring occasionally so that it doesn't burn (they also make a crust). if there is not enough oil I add a little more. they are excellent with beef or pork steak and an apple sauce.

cosmina 8 years ago - 6 March 2010 12:13

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super cool I have to do if yo. I really like the idea

dydy 8 years ago - 25 April 2010 13:45

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onutza 8 years ago - 2 May 2010 20:10

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not much modified recipe, add a few more mushrooms, some bacon and if you have a tomato and a half of pepper in the fridge. cook the onion together with the tomato and pepper when the onion is ready, add the mushrooms and cook for another 10 minutes .. then add the potatoes and add another cup of water (preferably the water in which they boiled the potatoes). leave for about 15 min. serve with finely chopped parsley. good appetite!

almost 8 years ago - June 13, 2010 12:56 PM

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this is a Hungarian dish, in our country they are called potatoes in onions, vegeta is a must for this food. They are better with Viennese snacks, they are a bit fatty with steak. If you have mashed potatoes, the next day you can prepare the puree just like on peasant potatoes, they are just as tasty.

Anca 8 years ago - 15 June 2010 15:34

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Now I'm starting to make this recipe too. but dak I don't have yogurt, does it work to put butter. and over parsley.

Ioana 8 years ago - 15 June 2010 16:03

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stop putting butter, they have enough oil. just put parsley

gygy 7 years ago - 18 June 2010 14:28

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I'm only 12 years old and I made my recipe, it turned out great, I like to cook. I made a wonderful surprise for my mother and father

Burn 7 years ago - 21 June 2010 18:56

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to the frying pan, add the smoked house sausage, cut the slices, roast for 5 minutes and the rest. in the recipe above. I assure you that you will not regret it

ramona 7 years ago - 8 September 2010 14:34

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daduca 7 years ago - 19 December 2010 12:18

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cook and you will not regret it! every time I have the opportunity to go to the restaurant I don't order anything else! a grill, peasant potatoes and pickles! they are amazing!

gabriela 7 years ago - 2 January 2011 15:32

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they are excellent, I always enjoy them as a side dish

geta 7 years ago - 8 January 2011 11:35

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good [you can also put grated cheese on peasant potatoes] I think it would be a good idea

ili 7 years ago - 11 February 2011 15:24

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we have been eating this food since I was little at my mother's house. It's great. We also made new potatoes and added sweet milk. It gives it a great taste. You can try it in the summer when the new potatoes appear. Enjoy!

ili 7 years ago - 11 February 2011 15:28

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in this recipe all the taste is given by dill without dill.

gabriela 7 years ago - 26 February 2011 18:53

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it's a wonderful recipe now I'm going to prepare

great 7 years ago - March 9, 2011 15:35

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Hi, some Russian guests came to me and they stayed with me for 2 weeks and I kept thinking about what else to prepare food so that it would not be a repeated meal these days, and I came across this recipe "peasant potatoes" and I put potatoes to boil and a carrot, in the meantime I cut the tea, I parjito with paprika and I put a delicate cube with the taste of beef, to melt in the frying pan, I peeled the potatoes, I cut neither large nor small. I chopped the carrot. bigger and I poured the frying with onion on top, on the potatoes I added crushed garlic and parsley and it turned out very good, and separately I fried the red ribs, coded with salt and pepper, I added 4 chopped garlic and 100gr of red wine, and the meat was soaked in wine and I served it with peasant cardboard, the anchor came out super tasty, I recommend it to you too, it's worth a try.

adriana 7 years ago - 31 March 2011 15:12

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Hi, I also made this recipe 2 weeks ago and today I repeat it again, it's amazing. Good, my husband loves it. Try it. and for tonight

dana 7 years ago - 17 May 2011 13:51

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my husband is a potato, he will eat the tray if I make them, thank you very much for the recipe

ioana 7 years ago - 21 May 2011 13:10

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I fry the potatoes, then I add them to the julienned onion and season with a clove of finely chopped garlic, smoked kaizer, salt, pepper and paprika to taste and mix for 1-2 minutes to combine the flavors. They are good for anything steak

Karla 7 years ago - 23 May 2011 14:18

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Ioana, don't you have in your magic drawer with good recipes and a recipe for peasant potatoes that will look like KFC wedges? I love it. I also buy ice cream from the supermarket, but unfortunately I can't find it all the time.

alina 6 years ago - 23 November 2011 22:25

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I also cooked this recipe and they turned out very good.

florina 6 years ago - 31 March 2012 11:48

about the best recipes

my peasant potatoes meowed wonderfully: X: X :: X
I also put a few potatoes in a plate and I put a little sauce to blush and it came out super good..Try: x: x:

Robert 6 years ago - 6 April 2012 05:04

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I also tried very good potatoes and they turned out super, only I left them to cook in direct cubes for 30 minutes, after I put them in the tray I added delicately, the onion after which I left them for about 30 minutes in the oven and at the end I added garlic. a iesit super: d

daiana 5 years ago - 22 August 2012 08:56

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Hi Ioana, I am 13 years old and I cook with your recipes very well, so far none of them have failed me. I CAN'T SAY THIS BUT THIS WAY

leoveanu viorel 5 years ago - 18 November 2012 09:25

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Maybe it would be good for the recipe to include parsley and yogurt.

Viorel Leoveanu.

baroana bogdana 5 years ago - November 22, 2012 12:00

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Hi, I also make peasant potatoes, but I also add garlic, garlic is the one that gives it all its taste. comes out super good. I wish you good appetite

Andrei 5 years ago - 5 April 2013 17:05

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Very good . I tried and they came out great! thanks for the recipe.

gabi 4 years ago - 9 August 2013 15:11

bogdan 4 years ago - 3 October 2013 18:16

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thanks for the recipe!

ANA MARIA BLAJ 4 years ago - 2 May 2014 18:56

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carmen 3 years ago - 24 July 2014 16:17

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raluca 2 years ago - 28 November 2015 13:39

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they are super good. bv for the recipe

Rora 2 years ago - March 20, 2016 12:21 AM

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Wow, what a jump on the potatoes in onion sauce! But I don't know how my hair and the face of fried onions smell. I have been making potatoes for a long time without frying - I don't even see what else a good fried vegetable contains for the body - onions, peppers, carrots, sometimes this nauseating mixture stinks and you can cook without it. Just cut small cubes and lightly fried in oil, then pepper water and cube of whatever you want, no broth, no fried vegetables and lid. And a fine potato dish comes out, hat down! Then if you want you can bake them with sour cream and bacon and boiled eggs and French fries come out, or put what you have around the house and divide the tray into segments, one with cheese, ham, wine and pepper, the other with eggs and sour cream, another with mustard, sausage and various spices, another with tomato paste and meat, fried liver. You can also make a cream dressing with garlic sauce over the potatoes on the plate when there is not enough meat, as can happen, or fasting when you do not want to eat meat, but in any case, I recommend you salt and pepper the potatoes well. boiled and cut the slices that you put in the pan and the cumin is great with boiled potatoes cut into slices and a little garlic and tomato paste and oil. But of all the best, they are smoked, either you fry smoked sausage in a pan and then in that flavor you cook the potatoes and you put water, pepper and lid to simmer and let the aroma go, or you bake it and it's also with fried ham and eggs boiled and greasy cream and pepper and from him you really lick your fingers, beat children, divorce only for a moment to enjoy yourself full!

Rora 2 years ago - March 20, 2016 12:23 AM

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For me personally, some baked potatoes in shell, then cleaned with butter and parsley would do better next to a pie.

Catalin-Traian Guitars 7 months ago - 16 November 2017 18:17

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Ioana 19 minutes ago - 14 June 2018 16:07

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you see that you gave it 5 stars, the less you liked the recipe, the less stars you have to give. 5 stars are for the excellent ones. 1 star for those you didn't like at all.

Peasant potatoes (two fasting recipes)

Ingredients for the recipe Peasant potatoes cut I:

  • 8 potatoes
  • 150 grams of onion
  • 100 grams of sunflower oil
  • a teaspoon of salt
  • a teaspoon of pepper
  • half a teaspoon of paprika

Preparation for the recipe Peasant potatoes cut I:

Boil the potatoes in their skins, peel them and cut them into slices. Finely chop the onion and, after smothering it in oil, add the potatoes.

Let them fry for a few minutes and season with salt and pepper. We wish you good appetite!

Peasant potatoes cut II

Ingredients for Retata II Peasant Potatoes:

  • 500 grams of potatoes
  • an onion
  • 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil
  • paprika (or hot, as you like)
  • 3 - 4 tomatoes
  • green parsley
  • a pinch of salt
  • a pepper powder

Preparation for the recipe Peasant potatoes cut II:

Boil the potatoes with their skins until the fork enters them slightly, then drain the water from them and leave to cool.

Peel and cut into cubes (or put on a large grater). Peel a squash, grate it and cut it into small pieces.

Peel an onion and finely chop it, then put the onion with the oil in a pan to brown.

When it starts to turn brown, add the tomatoes and about 100 ml of water.

Leave it on low heat until the water drops, then add the paprika (to taste), salt, pepper, mix and add the boiled potatoes. We wish you good luck!

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2. Peel, wash and cut the potatoes into quarter or thick slices when the potatoes are too large. Put in a pan greased with oil, then season with salt, pepper, coriander and paprika. Add hardened onions and enough water to cover the potatoes. Put in the hot oven and leave for half an hour.

3. Sprinkle, from time to time, with the sauce from the pan and when they are almost ready, add the finely chopped greens. Serve warm, with various salads or pickles.

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Peel the potatoes, cut them into cubes and boil them in a saucepan with water, 2 tablespoons of oil, salt, for 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, cut the onion into small cubes and crush the garlic.

When the potatoes are half-boiled, drain them from the water and arrange them in a heat-resistant dish, previously greased with olive oil.

Season the potatoes with salt, pepper, marjoram and paprika, sprinkle onions and chopped garlic. Sprinkle the ingredients with 2 tablespoons of olive oil. mix carefully and bake for 10 minutes.