Potatoes O'Brien

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Potatoes O'Brien
Glazed Roots and Potatoes OBrien.jpg
Potatoes O'Brien (at bottom of plate)
Place of origin United States
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Potatoes, green and red bell peppers
Cookbook: Potatoes O'Brien  Media: Potatoes O'Brien

Potatoes O'Brien is a dish of pan-fried potatoes along with green and red bell peppers. The potatoes and the bell peppers are fried (varying according to taste) and are served hot. It is made with regular potatoes, not sweet ones. The dish has been claimed to originate in the early 1900s[1] from a Boston restaurant known as Jerome's[2] and a Manhattan restaurant known as Jack's.[3]

Variations[edit]

A variation of potatoes O'Brien includes bacon in the dish.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Reno, T. (2011). The EAT-CLEAN DIET Cookbook 2: More Great-tasting Recipes That Keep You Lean. Robert Kennedy Publishing. p. PT 118. ISBN 978-1-55210-111-7. 
  2. ^ cooking.com, we know our food (2008). "Potatoes O'Brien". Retrieved 2009-04-05. 
  3. ^ "Potatoes O'Brien". Cooking.com. Retrieved 2009-03-01. 
  4. ^ Gisslen, W.; Griffin, M.E.; Bleu, Le Cordon (2006). Professional Cooking for Canadian Chefs. John Wiley & Sons. p. 599. ISBN 978-0-471-66377-5.