Lyonnaise Potatoes Recipe
A simple combination of potatoes and onions can be absolutely extraordinary. Be sure to use real butter and fresh parsley!
In just minutes you'll be serving up this savory dish of potatoes and onions microwaved with garlic, spices and herbs.
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I made this recipe two times. The first time, I followed the directions exactly and the dish came out a little too bland for me. The second time, I boiled the potatoes in beef broth for about 5 minutes. I followed the directions to the rest of the recipe exept I added a little worshestire sauce to the potatoes and onions before I put them in the oven.
I followed this recipe exactly except I used just a couple of Tbsp of olive oil instead of butter when layering the potatoes and onions; I also used an extra clove of garlic. The end result was pretty boring. I think if this dish was cooked on the stove top, it would allow the potatoes on the bottom to get crispy and the dish would be a lot more tasty as a result. Also, next time I will use the butter as I think it's integral for flavour, but it's not likely that I will use 1/2 cup!
Yum yum yum! Again, I boiled the potatoes for far longer than suggested and as always I used far more garlic! Delicious and easy to make.
This is a good basic recipe. Next time though I will follow the advice of some others to spice it up a little and maybe even add a little cheese on top.
Cooking in foil packets makes for a tidy grill, and allows all the flavors to mingle and intensify. Here, thick slices of potato and onion are seasoned and cooked with butter until tender and brimming with flavor.