My husband wasn't feeling well this morning. So I made him a delicious Sunday morning breakfast because I'm such a good wife and I want him to feel better. Heart shape egg and toast, mini homemade pancakes with blueberries, homemade home fries, bacon, sliced tomatoes and on the side fresh brewed coffee and orange juice.
Recipe for my home fries
6 potatoes cut to small bite size
1 small chopped onion
1 clove minced garlic
1 red bell pepper, seeded and chopped
1 tablespoon paprika
salt and pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne
2 teaspoon seasoning salt
1 tablespoon Montreal's steak seasoning
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 stalk chopped green onion
In a large bowl I added diced potatoes, added dried ingredients, mixed well with a spoon. In a large non stick skillet I add 2 tablespoon olive oil on medium high heat cooked onion and garlic for about 4 minutes and then added potatoes, cook for 8 minutes stir so everything evens out. I also added some chopped Danish salami and usually would top with shredded cheese. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes until potatoes are soft. Serve warm. My family loves this.
- Sorieya Neang-Hansen
- Welcome to my ScandinAsian food blog. A blog about what I like to make in my little Norweigan kitchen, from homemade meals to fun creative sandwiches. My parents gave me the name Sorieya, a Cambodian name, which means sun. I'm originally from the United States. Now I'm currently living in Norway, married to a Norwegian man with 3 beautiful children. It's hard being away from my family back in the States and I miss them everyday. I am not an artist but I love making fun sandwiches for my kids. I am not a professional chef but I love to cook and I love being in the kitchen. I love introducing my children to different kind of international food, introducing food from my childhood and explaining to my kids the history about their culture and food. I love spending those quality time together teaching my little ones how to make bread, Khmer food, and teaching me Norwegian. My Norwegian isn't that great but I do understand just the basics but speaking it, that's another story.