Square foot garden breakfast potatoes

I woke up this morning and wanted to go out for breakfast but didn’t have the energy to fight off the crowds. I had a few things around the kitchen like eggs, leftover turkey and cheese. But what about some hash browns? Well, I just went out to my garden and snipped off a sprig of rosemary. I’ve got onions and 40 pounds of red Pontiac potatoes stored in the garage. Within 30 minutes I had an omelet with turkey and cheese and these tasty little breakfast potatoes. Yum…roasted potatoes from the garden with onions, rosemary and freshly ground pepper. It doesn’t get any better than this. And I probably saved $10. I’m good with that, how about you? Square foot gardening-the only way to go.

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2 thoughts on “Square foot garden breakfast potatoes

    • by Jim This is post author

      It’s so unbelievable easy! Just go out and harvest some of your potatoes out of your square foot garden. Dice them into the size shown. Add the minimum amount of oil(your choice of what kind)to coat all the potatoes. Cook, turning every 5-6 minutes until brown. Some folks like their potatoes soft, some like more firm-you choose. When they are about 2 minutes away, add chopped onions and stir together. When finished, sprinkle granulated garlic over everything to taste, mix, and finish with freshly ground pepper. You’ll love it, and so will the family….Jim

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