Lemon Dill Panfries with Kalamata Olives

Potatoes are always a great addition to a meal, but sometimes they can be bland and heavy. Your palate will be tantalized with the combination of both zesty and salty flavours in this one little side dish. Make these panfries for dinner, lunch or even breakfast and I guarantee you your popularity will grow exponentially.

Stuff you need:

5 small white potatoes
Handful of Kalamata olives sliced
Fresh Dill
1 small yellow onion
1 garlic clove chopped or diced
1 Lemon
salt
pepper
olive oil
a little vinegar (optional) at the end

Cut the potatoes in thin slices or thick slice, rounds or sticks, it’s up to you! Just remember that the thicker they are the longer it will take for them to cook. I tend to go for the fry like cut (as shown above).

Heat up some olive oil in a sauce pan and throw in the DICED onion, garlic clove and potatoes.

Cut lemon in half and add one half of the lemon juice along with slices of the lemon peel. Therefore, take your knife and take some of that skin off the lemon! Big lemon zest!

Add the lemon essence, salt, pepper, kalamatas and put a lid over the panfries. Keep an eye on the panfries stirring often but don’t forget to cover! When your panfries are looking golden delicious put a little more lemon juice and add the dill.

Let them cook for a few more minutes and then serve. Add fresh sliced kalamatas and fresh dill to add color to your dish. Eat lots and make more. Let us know how you like them!

5 thoughts on “Lemon Dill Panfries with Kalamata Olives

  1. larissa

    This looks delicious!

    My partner and I are currently switching to veganism and so glad I found this site!
    Look forward to more food!

  2. Meike

    I think this is the best that’s ever been done to potatoes. I’ve made them three times so far and I think I might become addicted to them (they are also really yummy when you add some chilies). Even my brother liked them last time he invited himself over for dinner, and that has to mean something, because normally he complains about my cooking (“Can’t you eat real food?”).
    I’m alread excited for more recipes to come up on your blog.

  3. malloreigh

    Best of luck with your switch to veganism! Make sure you check out our links, too – there are some great sites in there. The internet is such an amazing resource (and community) for new vegans.

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