When we went on holiday last year to France one thing we tried and enjoyed were Pommes Rissolées. We bought the frozen variety from the local supermarket and then cooked them in the oven.
Of course when we came home, we couldn’t find them on sale in our supermarkets. However they are pretty easy to do yourself.
I take Maris Piper potatoes and after peeling them, I then used my new kitchen toy I got for my birthday, a mandolin, (other similar models can be had on Amazon) to dice the potatoes into cubes, about 1cm big.
Then in a large frying pan I shallow fry them (I don’t have a deep fat fryer) and when they start to brown, I remove and drain them on kitchen towel.
I then finish them off in the oven with a couple of pieces of butter to aid the browning process and add some flavour. So they’re not quite Pommes Rissolées as we had them in France, but close enough.