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These were a hit in my house. I didn't have any baby reds or whites so I just used Idahoan russets and cut them a bit smaller. They were very tasty and a nice change. Will definitely make these again. Thanks for posting this.
I made these for Easter dinner yesterday & they were a hit. Due to poor time mangement on my part, I had to finish them in the microwave, so they didn't get as crispy as they should have been. But, that was totally my fault. I will be making them again. Next time, I think I will add more garlic or use kosher salt because I thought they could use a little something more. Loved the bread crumbs, that was a nice touch. EDIT: I made these again & was able to let them crispy like the should be & they were excellent! I did add 2 more garlic cloves & some kosher salt which I think helped. My DH & DD are very picky & both raved about these & requested that I make these on a regular basis. Thanks Marie for the wonderful post.
These were very tasty.
This will become a staple in our house. I had to bump up the temperature to 400 degrees to get the crispiness I wanted, but maybe that was just my oven. The breadcrumbs were a really tasty addition to the dish. Thanks for posting, Marie! :)
Very good and easy. Will make again. Made again, these are so good and easy to make. Everyone loves them.
This is an awesome recipe. Very easy to make and something all 5 of us love! The kids request it quite often and they even help make it. Goes great with pork chops - something different and not the same old same old! Juli in NW WI
I added quartered mushrooms and liberal with the cheese, they were great!
While we love potato sides, this was just okay for us... maybe I'll try adding melted cheese next time!
These potatoes tasted pretty good. However, the coating didn't adhere to the potatoes very well so they weren't very attractive on the plate.
Very very tasty... great with fancy sandwiches