Put the sliced potatoes into a frying pan with water. Boil for about 3 minutes and drain using a sieve (so the potatoes are only half-cooked)
In the frying pan (without water), add the milk and half-cooked potatoes. Add margarine and sprinkle a little salt, then simmer for about 5-6 minutes on a low to medium heat.
When the milk has reduced but there is still some liquid left, sprinkle with a little pepper, and it's done.
Transfer to a serving dish (I recommend using a spatula). I think it looks good with a little chopped parsley over the top.
I also tried adding some bacon in as well.
This was used in (Recipe ID: 1217608) "No bowl needed! Easy tandoori chicken" by ＫａＨｏ Ｍ.
Story Behind this Recipe
I came up with this recipe when I was cooking cabbage and Chinese cabbage in milk.
It burns more easily when cooking with milk, so stop while there is still a little milk left. You don't have to be accurate with the amount of milk or margarine. It breaks apart easily when transferring to a dish, so I recommend using a spatula. For those who prefer a richer taste, add more butter.