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Easy and absolutely delicious. I loved them more than those I get from restaurants. My children gobbled these up without a drop of ketchup(that's typically a must have with their potatoes). They may be fattening but it was well worth it!
We make these whenever we go camping. The first night we cook a whole bag of salt potatoes (small potatoes cooked in salt water that a are a Syracuse specialty) and eat half of them with dinner. The next morning we dice them up and cook them this way but use some oil and cut the butter. They come out crispy and not too greasy. We are not garlic people and think salt and pepper are enough.
Turned out perfect! I did not add garlic or the onions. I did sprinkle a little Paprika on for color. My family loved them and from now on this is how I am going to fry my potatoes No such thing as too much butter.