Warm and Cozy German Potatoes with Eggs and Sausage
This goes great with either Japanese or Western-style food. The ingredients are easy to obtain, so this recipe can go into your treasure chest. The colorful blend of red and yellow are also a plus for bento.
Peel the potatoes, and cut it into 1.5-2 cm pieces. Diagonally cut the wieners into 1 cm thick. Beat the eggs.
Add oil to a heated pan, and scramble the eggs in the pan. Turn off the heat once the edges start to harden. Transfer the eggs to a different bowl after it has finished cooking in residual heat.
Put the potatoes into the same pan from step 2, gradually add water and salt, and cook over medium heat after bringing the water to a boil.
Once the potatoes from step 3 can be easily pierced with a chopstick, add the wieners and cook until the water evaporates and the wieners are cooked through.
Add the eggs previously set aside in step 2, add salt and pepper to taste, and enjoy after lightly cooking and mixing it together.
Story Behind this Recipe
I thought this was a common recipe, but this egg-potato-wiener german potato recipe didn't turn up any hits when I for it. There are no onions, it's not messy, and can be made over and over again as a side dish, so I thought it might be convenient to upload it .
This is a simple recipe you use with just one pan for boiling as well. Use the remaining water to boil both the wieners and potatoes without burning them. Lightly fry the ingredients at steps 4 and 5. The potatoes will become crumbly if you don't. We have an electrical stove at my home.