Two breakfast potato recipes
Fried or pan-roasted, potatoes regularly make an appearance on the Caribbean breakfast table.
It's a new year but that does not mean that we do not continue to struggle with old issues. In my case, the all-important meal of breakfast. Staying resolute on the savoury side of things, I share with you two recipes for potatoes that can be served for breakfast. In fact, in some countries in the Caribbean, the fried (sautéed) potatoes makes a regular appearance at breakfast and is usually eaten with Caribbean Paratha Roti.Skip to next paragraph
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Cynthia Nelson was born and raised in the only English-speaking country in South America – Guyana. She has been a media professional for over 18 years. Cynthia is based in Barbados and teaches Mass Communication. Her photography and musings on food and life appear regularly in publications in the Caribbean and North America. She is the author of the memoir-cookbook: Tastes Like Home: My Caribbean Cookbook and the award-winning blog, Tastes Like Home.
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These fried potatoes are not only made for breakfast but also for lunch and dinner. When made for lunch, it is eaten with rice and some pepper sauce or some sort of pickle.
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