What is it about a good fry that gives it that special flavor and aroma? It’s the crispness that it imparts to your fries that I can’t get enough of. I love to add a fried egg or two to my daily regimen so I can still enjoy them on the go. This recipe is a fun twist on a classic fry.
No one knows what caused this amazing fried egg flavor, but that’s not the only thing it imparts. It also makes all of the other ingredients in this recipe taste delicious. I like serving this with a side of rice and a big side salad, but you can also have it for breakfast.
This is something I’ve always been a fan of, so I can’t wait to try it out. This recipe is an easy one to do and is a great way to use up leftovers. In the past, I’ve used this exact recipe to make a grilled hamburger, and I’ve been a fan ever since.
The secret of this recipe is to use a large cast iron skillet over a high heat, then pour your batter into the center of the skillet. After about 10 minutes the batter will start bubbling, and the result will be a beautiful golden brown patty. Add your bacon and saute for another few minutes, then top it with your jalapeno peppers and onions.
I must admit that seasoned fries were one of the first things that came to mind while thinking about this recipe. The original recipe calls for bacon, but I used hot-from-the-grill. Jalapeno peppers are used because they add a great smoky flavor, but they also add a nice bite of heat. The onions and peppers don’t really add anything, but they do add a nice kick to the meal.
My only complaint about the recipe is that the bacon was a bit undercooked. It needed to be cooked until it was golden brown, and the onions and peppers just needed a little bit of saute time. It’s still a great meal though, and I hope you give it a try.
I like to think of this recipe as a little bit of a tribute to the great old country of the South. I used a lot of the same ingredients, but I added a few new spices. The bacon was a little tough, so I added some bacon bits and seasoned it with smoked paprika and sweet paprika. The onions were a little tough, but I think it worked out fine.
As you may have noticed, I like to be as creative as possible when it comes to cooking. I may have overthought this one, but instead of just frying the onions and peppers in the rendered fat, I sauteed them in a little olive oil and added a little garlic and salt. I just took the bacon bits and fried them in the same oil so the bacon flavors the onions and peppers.
This one was a little disappointing, but that’s because the bacon bits weren’t fried at all. They were just cooked and then fried. I’m not sure if the bacon bits would have been the same, but I’m not sure they would have been the same with cooked and fried. Maybe next time.
This recipe is actually my own take on a classic Irish dish, seasoned fries denny’s. The onions are fried in the rendered fat then the bacon is fried in the same render fat. The bacon bits are not fried at all but instead they are cooked.