“Raw” Sautéed Potatoes

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  • Makes


    Side-Dish Servings
    • Difficulty


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By James Peterson

Published 2007

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It is easy to assume that sautéing a potato is one of the easiest things to do in the kitchen, but in fact it is a little tricky. Yet when done perfectly, the results are worth it, with each slice containing a melting puree between two disks of golden crust.

There are two approaches to sautéing potatoes, one that starts with raw potatoes and one that starts with cooked potatoes. The raw approach gives the best results but takes longer. The second approach is good to keep in mind whe