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QUICK RED POTATO RECIPE

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No Potatoes?  Whatever!

I love Red Potatoes!  I usually add this dish with a salad and a protein.  I sometimes will even add it to egg whites in the morning.  It makes for a wholesome taste in your mouth, while delivering some energy through out your day.  One cup of these baby reds is only 108 calories.  Take with you to work and eat it cool.  Eating red potatoes cold the following day will make the starch more resistant and it drops on the Glycemic index by 37%.  No need to heat in the microwave at work!  Also, keep the skins on and it will add extra fiber.  Check it out. (I used all organic products.)

Ingredients:
 
1 cup of organic red potatoes diced
1/2 cup of organic red, or white onion chopped
1 organic garlic clove chopped
1/3 cup of organic parsley chopped, or in bottle
1/2 teaspoon of unrefined sea salt, or himala salt
3-4 sprays of organic olive oil spray, or 1 tablespoon of organic olive oil
 
Method:
 
Wash and dry all your fresh stuff first. Dice potatoes keeping skins on, chop your garlic and onions up small.  Heat your skillet on medium high. Spray your olive oil spray on pan.  Once heated, put in your onions and garlic until slightly brown.  Add in red potatoes.  Mix together for at least 5 minutes, or until you can easily put a fork through potatoes as they soften.  Add in salt over the top as well as your parsley.
 
Note:  This whole dish takes only 10 minutes at the most.  I keep my potatoes as crunchy as possible to maintain some enzymes.
 
Purpose of Dish:  Adds fiber, high potassium and delivers energy to your cells.  Pair this with a veggie, or protein.  Great for a snack too!  Enjoy!

Jaime Arto

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