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Yes, it will work. It's a popular Russian dish I make at home for myself. You peel a potato, slice it up, put olive oil in the pan, and put the slices in. The slices end up becoming somewhat golden brown and crispy, yet soft. In Russian, we call it жареным картофелем(Zhariniem Kartofelem Roasted Potatoes). It's very delicious, but also a very oily dish. It's great if you throw in onions and meat in. The most popular meat I use for this dish is beef for flavoring, but bacon is also substituted(I don't eat bacon).
I think it's a great dish to eat, especially if you're a novice at cooking because this only takes about 20-30 minutes to prepare.
ARGH that is sooo skirting around how we want you to word questions.
You could have done:
Who knows if it will work if I fry slices of potatoes in olive oil? What will happen if I fry slices of potatoes in olive oil? How do I fry potatoes in olive oil, will it work?
PLEASE try to follow the rules.
Any oil will start a fire if it boils over...and any oil fire will get worse if you add water to it - it has nothing to do with the type of oil and olive oil is actually great for frying because it's less fattening and is heart healthy. Your answer is just dripping with lack of knowledge.
Well, I tried it and it didn't boil over because I didnt use that much. They came out really good because after they became softish on the stove I put them in the oven to make them crispy. They're were awesome! I was trying to make homemade fries without using a deep fryer or bad oils.
LOL NO IT WON'T!! Don't try it!! XD oh man if you do that it'll like boil over and create a fire. An OIL fire. which gets bigger if you try putting ito ut with water. Olive Oil isn't meant to fry fries in. they make specail oils made for that.
I thought I was putting in a good effort, but i'll try even harder for you. :) So I cant use ";" or ":" or "/" and do what I did? I'll try not to.
Sure it will, it will just have a bit of a different flavour (it's also healthier)
Really? It's healthier too? SCORE! I thought it would be bad for you.