No matter how you prepare it (mashed, crushed, roasted, or fried), potatoes are irresistible.
While everyone has their preferred technique for cooking potatoes, supporting one of the many well-known teams is a much like joining the BTS army.
"Butter" (BTS's second English single) and "My Universe" (a pop collab between the band and Coldplay), despite both being equally delicious.
But the potato, like BTS, also has some lesser-known successes that are deserving of a seat on your table despite their lack of mainstream success.
If you're looking to expand your potato repertoire, then I highly recommend Lyonnaise potatoes.
Buttery Yukon Gold potatoes are sliced into 14-inch thick rounds, then fried till golden brown, tossed with jammy caramelized onions, and sprinkled with chopped parsley.
This recipe is the pinnacle of combining onions with potatoes, yielding a dish that is incredibly flavorful, reassuring, and difficult to detest.
Why, therefore, do potatoes and onions form a dish that tastes like nothing else in the world? The key is in the execution.