Sunday, March 28, 2010

Camping Potatoes

Although the ingredients in this recipe are very easy to assemble, the actual cooking time was a little more difficult.  Stephanie's blog advised to cut the potatoes in small pieces so that the cooking time would not take as long and the A-1 sauce wouldn't burn in the skillet.  I did this and I still had a problem with the potatoes taking too long to cook.  Like Stephanie, I also put the potatoes in the microwave for several minute to make sure that they were completely cooked through.  Once I conquered that obstacle, the potatoes were very tasty and had some great heat to them.

Source:  Stephanie Cooks


Red potatoes, diced small
A1 sauce
Hot sauce
Lawry's Seasoning Salt
Red pepper flakes
Worcestershire sauce


In a non-stick skillet heat the potatoes over high heat for a few minutes.

Add a generous coating of A1 sauce until all of the potatoes have a thin coating over them. Next add some red pepper flakes, hot sauce, worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, and Lawry's. (Use as much or as little of each until it is the desired flavor.)

Continuously flip the potatoes until they are cooked through. The sauce will form a crunchy outer layer.

If desired, finish the potatoes off in the oven to continue the cooking process.

About 5 minutes before finishing add a little more A1 and hot sauce, tossing to coat.

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