Thursday, August 11, 2011

Musicmissionary's Apple Juice Potatoes

You will notice there is no salt in this dish. The apple juice combines so beautifully with the other seasonings that there is no need which makes this dish perfect for those on a sodium restricted diet.

The nutrition facts can be found at the best place on the internet to count your calories - Calorie Count!

Apple Juice Potatoes 


Serves 4

8 Red skin potatoes (2 small potatoes per person)--sliced thin, like potato chips
3 cups 100%, no sugar added natural apple juice
1/2 t garlic powder
1/2 cup minced onion (or a t of powdered onion)
1/2 t ground basil
1/2 t ground oregano
1/2 t ground paprika
1/2 t ground cumin


Fill skillet to about half full with apple-juice. Put thin layer of each spice an top of the liquid.  Turn stove on to medium-high.  Bring apple juice to a medium boil.

Add potatoes to juice, add more juice if you need to in order to just cover the potatoes, and cook for 5-10 minutes or until thoroughly cooked, stirring occasionally.

Remove potatoes with a ladle, covering potatoes with the "sauce" that is leftover in the pan.  Sauce may be thickened a bit with a bit of cornstarch before pouring over the potatoes.

Serve and enjoy.


The measurements above were mainly to get a nutrition fact for you to consider. Everything is all depending upon how many people you feed and how spiced you prefer a dish to be. Thus the amounts listed may be considered as as start. Taste after it cooks a bit and adjust as needed.

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