I know that in comparison to most food bloggers my photos leave a lot to be desired. I don't know much about photo composition, lighting, set up and I rarely ever edit them. One thing I do know is that I can hold my own in the home cooking department and this side dish I concocted last evening was a absolute winner!
In a large skillet I browned 5 slices of thick cut bacon, until crisp. Leaving the bacon renderings in the pan, I removed the bacon and then added 7 medium Yukon Gold potatoes, which I had sliced into 1/4" thickness and 1 large red onion, diced to match the potato size.
Adding salt and pepper to taste, I browned the potato and onion mixture over medium high heat on the stove top making sure not to turn them too often so they could develop a nice brown crust. When the potatoes were tender and nicely browned, I added the bacon back into the skillet. At this point I also peeled and sliced 1 large pink lady apple, added it to the skillet and continued to cook over medium heat until the apple was warmed through.
It was DELISH and a great accompaniment to last night's bacon wrapped pork tenderloin. YUM! I hope you enjoy this side dish idea and that you'll try it yourself sometime.