It’s that dreaded day after Thanksgiving and I’m full beyond acceptable measure. It’s not even that I ate a lot. I just nibbled on this and that throughout the day. And the added tasting spoons of my contribution to the table filled me up long before we sat down for dinner at 8. Though I’ve been having a tough time processing it’s that time of the year when we pull all out to create a memorable feast and go broke shopping for the unecessary, I didn’t skip a beat and indulged in everything set out. I’m still trying to get in the spirit of the season. There’s so much more to come! The solution to reverse that may be a spiked jug of eggnog. And some Christmas tunes. That may trigger an affect. Who knows. There’s always something minor that causes my mind to wander and leave the moment. Food never leaves the mind, though. And today I’m tackling an old issue with my meals.
I’ve been known to be a glutton for pain in most areas of my life. But, this particular issue has resurfaced as a result of a recent conversation about the importance of breakfast which I seldom partake in. I was being “told” by a 72- year old. I took mental note and envisioned myself 10 years from now. You know, gravity does not forgive. I really don’t want to see myself working out 3 hours a day or suppressing my delicious appetite for the sake of maintaining a balanced lifestyle and healthy body. I’d rather get it right now and make it a way of living. It’s just so hard to justify all that food so early in the morning. Especially when I’m as full as I am right now.
But, there was a time when I was enjoying breakfast more than any other meal of the day. I distinctly remember brunching at a childhood friend’s grandma’s house. She lived across the street from my all but 700 sq ft apartment at the time. The main course: some amazing potato dish full of vegetables and cheese. That’s all I remember. All I needed to remember. The woman moved about her kitchen like a culinary school taught chef now 25 years in the industry. I was young then and loved to watch magic happen in the kitchen. I never really took notes outside of my mother’s technique, but I was tickled by the aroma of her skillet.
I started making that dish two weeks later and have never forgotten it. I don’t know what she put in it but I remember the flavors like my black bean recipe.
And so in my effort to enjoy hearty breakfasts and less gorging at night (I have serious fat kid tendencies), I went for this dish yesterday. There was nothing new or ultra special about it other than my new set of pans from Calphalon. In fact, it was probably the most rustic version I’ve made. When I moved back to DC, I sold most of my pots and pans. They were 12 years old and I was happy to part with them. Mostly because it was time I invested in a new, more sophisticated professional set. Everything else went to storage. Bare essentials stayed with me and are propped up at Mami’s house. It was so on time when Calphalon offered to send me a non-stick omelette pan and stainless steel sauté pan from their Your Set collection where home cooks and foodies can finally customize their own cookware. Options come from the Unison Nonstick and AccuCore stainless steel lines offering very distinct features that complement your cooking needs and style. I have about 4 other Calphalon pieces (my stovetop grill is a killer piece I love!) and have no complaints. The only thing I’ve had to be careful with is washing. I made the mistake of sticking one deep skillet in the dishwasher and it took about 6 months to recondition the core. A royal pain in my arm.
No less, I love the few pieces I have and am thrilled to add these two to the artillery.
I used the new non-stick omelette pan to sauté the garlic and Portobello mushrooms. I used a bit of porcini oil to start the flavoring process. For the potatoes, I tried two approaches. Because they’re pan-fried, pre-cooking them helps with the timing and doneness. If you go straight to the sauce pan (omelette would work too depending on how much you’re making) with raw potatoes, you’ll need far more fat (more porcini oil in this case) and a splash of water. The sauté pan is great for searing meats, etc… but I’ve found the starchy things like potatoes will stick and break down the food if you don’t have enough fat. On my second approach, I poached the potatoes in water for about 10 minutes, drained the water and then started frying with the oil. This worked much better and kept my potatoes in tact.
Cooking is a joy. The creativity and clean canvas that’s inherent in coming up with a dish is the beautiful element of it all. There are no boundaries when thinking of something special to cook. While this potato dish isn’t complicated, it’s fun being able to recreate it based on a feeling and amazing smell I experienced many, many years ago. Having the right equipment is crucial, too. I mean, mashed potatoes could have been what my fork was sticking to, but I was careful in what pan I used. That’s with any cooking. Knowing what you’re working with is half the battle!
The Calphalon Your Set collection and new site/community has everything you need to make everything you want, the way you want. It’s for the cook that likes to switch things up in the kitchen but still create beautiful, delicious food. Fancy, rustic, simple, elaborate. Whatever your fancy is. I’m looking at the roasting rack, another skillet, the 4 qt sauce pan and the stainless steel 8 qt stock pot for the days I have time to make beans without the pressure cooker! Yes, I actually cook without the pressure cooker, but it’s got to be right!
Sooooo, guess what I’m doing!?!?! Giving away a $500 gift card to the YOUR SET collection so you can go to their store and create your own set of fabulous gear! Who.Is.In? $500 will get you at least 2 solid pieces from the stainless steel collection and 3 or 4 if you mix it up from both, depending on the size you opt for! I say do it and take advantage. The holidays ARE here and while you’ll be shopping for everyone else, might as well throw something in there for you. Especially if you’ll be doing the hosting and cooking!
You have until December 7th to enter. I’ll choose a winner randomly on the 8th. This is what I’m asking you to do!
* Visit the Your Set site via this link and leave a comment sharing which of the pots from Your Set you’d love to have!
* Follow on Twitter and tweet this post including my handle @BrenHerrera and the hashtag #YourSet so that I can see it
* Like my Page on Facebook
* Follow on Pinterest and Pin one of my pictures
* Subscribe to this blog via RSS feed
* Additional entry: leave an additional comment letting me know you’ve done all of the above (just one comment for all)
* All have to be done in order for your entry to be counted. Playing fair here! 🙂
* Open to U.S. residents only. Must be 18 to enter. No purchase necessary. One winner will be selected at random. Fulfillment will be by Calphalon, Inc. Entries accepted through 11:59 pm EST, December 7th, 2012.
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These other bloggers are also hosting the giveaway so check them out for additional chances to win:
Eclectic Recipes Thai- Basil Pork Stir Fry
Recipe Girl Cheddar Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Apple Bacon Pan Sauce
Aggie’s Kitchen Spicy Fish Wraps
Good Life Eats Sauteed Garlic- Bacon Green Beans
Family Fresh Cooking Pumpkin Mac n’ Cheese
PickyPalate Chicken Ragout
Baked Bree Steak au Poivre Sandwiches
Hope you have a lovely and utterly delicious Thanksgiving! I sure did! More on that next week. You know this Cuban house was out of control 😉
* This was a sponsored post as part of my work with Social Moms & Calphalon, an Atlanta company (yay!). As such, I was compensated. All of my opinions expressed and the recipe are genuine and my own. Always.
Eat well, love unapologetically, pray with true intention, and take care of yourself.
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PAN FRIED POTATO & MUSHROOM SKILLET
- 1/4 cup porcini oil, divided
- 1 head garlic, minced
- 1 cup portobello mushrooms, sliced
- 1 cup water
- 5 large buttery potatoes, sliced into 1/2″
- 1 bay leaf
- 1 sprig rosemary
- 2 tsp. sea salt
- 1 medium red onion, sliced
- 1 medium green pepper, sliced
- 4 fresh oregano leaves, minced
- 1 /4 cup Gruyére, shredded
- 1 tsp. black pepper
In a 8″ non-stick skillet, over medium heat, heat two tablespoons of porcini oil and sauté garlic and mushrooms for five minutes. In a sauté pan, add water, bay leaf, potatoes, sautéed mushrooms and garlic and rosemary sprig. Season with salt and stir gently with wooden spoon. Cover and cook for 15 minutes over medium heat. Uncover and cook for 5 additional minutes over low-medium. Add remaining porcini oil, and remaining ingredients except for the cheese. Cover and cook for 20 additional minutes or until potatoes are cooked and vegetables are tender but not overcooked. Uncover and add cheese. Stir gently with wooden spoon.
Transfer to serving platter or individual plates. Shred more cheese as desired. Add black pepper.
B’s notes: for heat, add 1teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes or stir in 2 tablespoons sriracha sauce when adding in the vegetables.
171 thoughts on “A Divine Pan Fried Potato & Mushroom Breakfast Skillet”
What gorgeous pans! Those potatoes look amazing.
Here is my set:
Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ Wok & Cover
Unison Nonstick-Slide 12″ Omelette Pan
Unison Nonstick-Sear 8-qt. Stock Pot & Cover
I love Calphalon!!! email@example.com
Sorry I did not read the directions. please count this entry.
1-Here is my set:
Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ Wok & Cover
Unison Nonstick-Slide 12″ Omelette Pan
Unison Nonstick-Sear 8-qt. Stock Pot & Cover
I love Calphalon!!! firstname.lastname@example.org
2. I follow you on twitter and tweeted https://twitter.com/independentmami/status/272111186533818369
3. I follow you on facebook
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I already have several Calphalon pans, which I love. I think I’d start with the AccuCore Stainless base set and add a wok or the 6-qt. nonstick saute pan. And I’ll be making that potato dish this weekend in one of the pans I already have. Looks delicious!
I would like the Unison Nonstick-Sear 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover and the AccuCore Stainless Steel 4-qt. Sauce Pan & Cover — great giveaway – and I love potatoes!
I did everything else on your list!
I’d love the AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack
I follow you on Twitter and tweeted, of course!
I like you on FB!
All done – fingers crossed as my husband really wants this!
Calphalon non-stick please!
I’d be all over the Unison Non-stick 5 qt. Dutch Oven and the Non-stick 6-qt. Saute Pan and cover. Gumbo in one—homemade pesto pasta with pancetta in the other. YES!
I knocked out the entire list (LOVE the Pinterest pages!). Come on Calphalon! Mama needs a new set of awesome pots and pans…
I liked on FB, Followed on Pinterest and pinned, went to website and signed up! I didn’t know that Calphalon was ATL based. Very cool!
I would love the 5 qt stainless dutch oven–I love the shape and the size is perfect!
Also follow you on Pinterest & pinned this! (gorgeous photos, btw–glad I found your blog!)
And subscribed via RSS
Just shared on Google+
Whew! I would love to have the non stick 8 qt. stock pot! I have several pieces already and love them! Followed you on FB – left a comment from Kalamity Kelli, followed you on Twitter and tweeted about you @venuscorpiogirl, followed and pinneed pyrex dished from Kalamity Kelli, got your RSS feed and already follow you on Google+. Most of all, I love the potato recipe! I can’t wait to try it.
Wow! Those potatoes sound (and look!) amazing! What an amazing dish and contest. I’d really love to own Unison Nonstick-Sear 6-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover.
More cheese please! 🙂 The Calphalon pans are a great set to add to the every day cook’s set. Love their stainless steel collection.
I follow you on Pinterest (KDBabbles) and I pinned 🙂
I tweeted! (KDBabbles) https://twitter.com/KDBabbles/status/273060750598221825
I “like” you on Facebook (Kate Donahue)
Stainless Steel Sauce Pan would be my choice 🙂
Liked on FB 🙂
I would love the Unison wok and cover. Or the Dutch oven.
Bren: I already like your FB page.
Followed and Tweeted
I need a roasting pan, BAD
We’re a Calphalon family, so anything will do, but that roaster in the picture looks heavenly! I follow, tweeted. Thanks!
I would get the Unison 5-piece set!!! Love it!
I tweeted! https://twitter.com/mommypowers/status/273506721341796352
I liked your FB page! (Well, I had already liked it a while back!) I am “Sandy Gram” on FB!
I am following you on Pinterest (I am “Life’s A Gift” on there) and I repined your Rum Raisin Flan!
I subscribed to the RSS feed via My Yahoo, my email is Sterlingdreams925 at yahoo dot com
I did ALL of the above! Woo-Hoo!!! Thanks for this great giveaway, good luck to everyone!
I’d like the non stick Dutch Oven.
I followed and tweeted you on twitter from @Chasing_Joy
I liked your facebook page with my personal accoutnt Arlett R. Hartie and with my Blog Page Chasing Joy.
I’ve done all of the above including Pin, RSS Feed, following on twitter, facebook and have tweeted about the givaway. What an awesome prize. I hope I’m lucky 🙂
I like the non stick roaster pan with rack.
Follow on twitter and tweeted: https://twitter.com/hewella1/status/273580493453283330
Like your facebook page as Ashley Hewell.
I follow you on pinterest as Ashley Hewell.
I’m an RSS subscriber.
Hi everyone! Thanks for entering! The giveaway is really special and right on time for the holidays. Like I said, I have a few pieces from their new collection and older stuff and they come through every time. Good luck to all!
Did everything as instructed! As you know I’m already a devoted follower on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter 🙂 If I HAD to choose ONE pan it would be the AccuCore Stainless Steel 10″ Omelette Pan because I don’t have any stainless pans and that seems to be the most versatile for our uses… but if I were to win, I’d buy BOTH sets and pay the difference out of pocket. I’m just now discovering my culinary skills as I’m making everything fresh and organic for Isabella so this would be a perfect complement to my new role as mom. 🙂 <3
I could really use a new set of pans. The last set I got was almost 13 years ago when I got married. I could really use an upgrade and some replacements!
Here is what I want:
Unison Nonstick 5-piece Base Set$299.99
Unison Nonstick-Sear 16″ Roaster & Rack $149.99
Unison Nonstick-Sear 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover $99.99
Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ Wok & Cover $99.99
I subscribed to your feed.
I follow you on Twitter.
Pinned your post! http://pinterest.com/pin/222646775299673028/
I tweeted and am all done with the requirements!
I did it! twitter, pinterest, fb, linked in, picked a set, shared it, now I’m psyched@!
Love the look of their stock pot! and a new Dutch Oven wouldnt hurt either. Got you covered on the rest of your requirements, wonderful giveaway! Thanks so much
This is a must try Potato dish! I haven’t tried porcini oil and love some Gruy’ere. Bren, I really don’t know how I missed this offer . Glad I revisted. 🙂 Well, you know I’m a groupie of yours so, I’m already follow you everywhere, FB, Pinterest, Twitter, RSS feed, the universe….awh…I’ll stop…lol. 🙂 I posted on Calphalon’s website site…so neat to create your own pieces (mix and match). You know my hubby prefers everything Stainless Steel…the CHEF that he is. I prefer the Non-stick. I need several pieces of the Unison Non-stick collection, especially the Stock Pot. I just made your Chilli the other night and said to self, I need a new Stock Pot this one is done! Plus in that new Calphalon Stock pot, the Chilli would look so pretty 🙂 This is an great offer Bren, I do hope that I WIN!! If not, I will for sure purchase that Stock Pot and the Dutch Oven is so needed!!
Wow…I’m thinking the stainless steel dutch oven, the non-stick wok with cover..and probably the 8 qt stock pan, stainless steel. They are beautiful and would be used a LOT! Awesome prize!
Okay…got all the items accomplished. Even Twitter which I set up ages ago but I’m afraid I haven’t done anything with. So cool that your awesome dish brought me here!
The food looks amazing!! I would definetly purchase the non-stick set! Thanks for the opportunity.
LOVE yukon potatoes and mushrooms. Thank you for these recipes, Bren!
I liked on FB, Followed on Pinterest and pinned, went to website and signed up!
I would love to have the non-stick pans!
followed via twitter, tweeted,
followed via pinterest, RSS and Facebook!
Oh and I pinned too!!
Ooh, I want the stainless steel 5QT dutch oven and the mini non stick set with the small saucepan and skillet.
Yay! I did everything on the list!
I would love the Calphalon Unison Nonstick, did all the steps made sure I was following you other places to ;0)
I’d love the stainless steel set!
I would start with the AccuCore Stainless 5-piece Base Set and add the AccuCore Stainless Steel Small Combo along with the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover! I think all my bases would pretty much be covered with this pairing!
I completed the list! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great package and nonetheless right before Christmas.
follow you on twitter, liked you on facebook, website wouldn’t load for me but would love a new 12″ skillet and dutch oven and possible a small frying pan for 1-3 eggs all with lids:)
For the first time EVER, I have pots and pans on my Christmas list (which is just my own list that I’ll get to buy from…lol).
I would get the unison non-stick and the following:
Unison Non-Stick 5-piece Base Set
Unison Non-Stick Slide Small Combo
I’m keeping my fingers and toes crossed. This would make my Christmas! (tell no one I said this otherwise, I might get an iron for my birthday 😉 )
Completed all though I was trying to subscribe to your RSS via email and didn’t get that as an option (subscribed via Google Reader instead). This is a great giveaway. Thanks, Bren!
Oh, Bren, these potatoes look amazing:) I am with that grandma – teaching my three girls how to take care of themselves early on – and breakfast is so important:)
I have done everything above and I am keeping my fingers crossed:) It would really make my Christmas to win this!
I like the Calphalon Commercial Hard-Anodized 13-pc. Cookware Set
fan on facebook
follow on twiter @lindalatina
follow on pinterest and pinned one of the pics
I would love the Unison Nonstick Sear 5-quart Dutch Oven & Cover.
5 piece Unison non stick slide 3 qt. sauce, 3 qt sauté pan, and 10’omelette pan. I already follow you on twitter,fb, and Pinterest
I’ve done it all. Thank you!
I would add the Unison Non-Stick Sear 16″ Roaster & Rack and the Unison Non-Stick Slide 12″ Omelette Pan to my set.
Following on twitter as catholicfanatic and tweeted.
Like your page on Facebook.
Following on Pinterest and pinned from one of your boards.
Subscribe to this blog via Google reader RSS feed.
I did everything! Thank you so much!
I would love any of the Unison nonstick pans. I love my Calphalon pans!!
Liked your FB page
Ack ! My comments seem to have vanished so I’ll try again !
I would like the non-stick sauté pan, the non-stick Dutch Oven, and the non-stick omelette pan.
Ack ! My comments seem to have vanished so I’ll try again !
I would like the non-stick sauté pan, the non-stick Dutch Oven, and the non-stick omelette pan
I’ve done all the entry requirements 🙂
Wouldn’t it be nice to have them all. But seriously, I would love the nonstick small pans, the dutch oven & the wok.
I Like you on FB, I followed you on Pinterest and pinned something, I subscribed to your RSS feed, and followed you on Twitter. Here is my tweet: https://twitter.com/HeLoEnterprises/status/275786010967801856
Can never get enough of potatoes, they never get old!!!
p.s. done all the requirements 🙂
Gorgeous looking recipe, Bren! I’d definitely love to try the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover. I need this pan!
I completed all of the requirements. Nice giveaway!
B, this is a FABULOUS giveaway! I would love, lOVE the Accurcore 5 quart saute pan and would use it daily!
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I have done all that you have required of me. 🙂
That was fun had a chance to repin lots of great photo. By the way i completed all the requirements. Good luck all!!!
AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover.
I like your facebook page
I’d like the Unison 8 qt stockpot, mine, from another maker, has the non-stick coating peeling off =(
I’ve completed all tasks =)
wamp wamp tater fried skrillet!!!!!! Wifey would love tje roasting pot and the nonstick omelete skillet. She loves to hook up the eggs for me! requirements done. hopefully ill be whoppin up my own food in these soon
The Unison 12-pc set would be a wonderful blessing.
I have completed all of the requirements!
Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ Wok & Cover!
My pots and pans game at home is terrible. I’d mix and match the Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ wok with the Unison Nonstick Slide combo and finish the set off with an AccuCore Stainless Steel 4-Qt Sauce Pan & Cover. I hope I didn’t go over my limit.
Done with all the required entries.
I’d love the unison 12-pc set!
Unison Nonstick-Sear 13″ Wok & Cover is for BB!!
Hace tiempo you were liked on Feibu mujer!
Gotcha on Google Reader!
All reqmts done linda!!
I would love the Unison Nonstick Slide Small Combo and the Unison Nonstick-Sear 6-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover to get me started. It is definitely time to replace my pots and pans.
I have completed the rest of the requirements! 🙂
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