When it is hot outside, who wants to heat up the oven and the house. These are great to go along side with any meat or fish dish. I clipped this recipe out of a Taste of Home Magazine. Updated 7/25/11, I now have made the recipe and the whole family loved the potatoes this way. I also added onion, but the recipe doesn't call for it. To really make it easy, I used "Simply Potatoes" already peeled and sliced potatoes, and used an 8"x8" foil pan; so quick and simple, yet so flavorful.
A spicy full flavored version of roasted baby potatoes. I adopted this from the Recipezaar account and I am the very happy new owner of such a winner :) Now that I have made it several times myself, I totally agree with reviewers recomendations to add carrots to this too. I have also added cubed sweet potato, but be aware that they will be fairly soft, rather than crunchy like the potatoes. A firm favourite in our home from now on ! Enjoy :)
Oven time depends on how much you are making.. mine took 45 minutes for the potatoes to be nice and crunchy. It serves 4 at our place... 6 would be fighting each other for the biggest serving LOL.
This is a great and quick way to make red potatoes on the stove top and they still taste like they've been roasted in the oven for a long while. I had see on America's Test Kitchen how they make roasted potatoes, they microwave the potatoes first before the potatoes go in the oven, but then I thought to try them on the stove top. They turned out to be so good, tasted just like they had been on the oven, and took about half the time. You could also do these with golden or other small roasting potatotes.
The credit for this recipe goes to Chef Jacques Pepin, thus the name of this dish and is a little tast of heaven.
A nonstick skillet is crucial so the potatoes don't stick to the pan as the liquid evaporates.
These cheesy, buttery, garlicky potatoes make a great casual weekend lunch. If we had guests, we'd probably serve them on a plate with a crisp green salad, but really, they're great just on their own. Not for slimmers!
A very simple basic galette from one of our National supermarkets as part of a Christmas feast, though I think it is a dish you could serve at any time of the year. Also instead of red potatoes or desiree, you could use pontiacs. Preparation time could vary depending on whether you use a mandolin or food process or cut the potatoes with a knife.
Talk about livening up your sweet potato fries...I can't think of a more delicious way to eat them. Recipe courtesy of Confections of a Foodie Bride. I found there was a lot of sauce leftover for the next batch of sweet potato fries.
Whether they come from Washington or Idaho, my family enjoys potatoes in almost any form! This recipe came from one of those sample packs sent in the mail. I'm not sure what the original name was but my family loves NW Slicey Potatoes! They are especially good with meatloaf, barbecue, or any other beef dish.
These potatoes are a staple in our home. Whether accompanying roast lamb or chicken, or just on their own, we have them a couple of times a week. They are delicious and the ones that get overly-brown in the pan and stick a bit are MINE! Clean up is a little tricky with this recipe, unless you line your pans with foil, but I find that just filling the pan up with hot, sudsy water and forgetting for an hour (something I apparently have no problem doing ;-)) helps a lot.
This recipe was born out of desperation. I REALLY wanted scalloped potatoes to accompany my Christmas ham dinner but hadn't left myself time to bake them. This version turned out so well I may never make scalloped potatoes in the oven again. Ingredients and times are approximate, as I didn't measure a thing (sorry).