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If you like Balsamic Vinegar (like I do) you must try this recipe. I'm a big fan of any kind of roasted vegetables and this recipe was wonderful. What's not to like when you have butter, onions & potatoes! I cooked mine in the skillet until they were a little "crusty" so I cut down on the baking time in the oven. Great recipe - thanks Lorac!

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Luby Luby Luby November 01, 2008

Very good flavor .... used it as a side with a nice beef filet. The flavor complimented the beef in a great way. I added a little garlic because we love it!

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Deb Colorado July 30, 2008

made these last week to accompany roast lamb. absolutely pefect. just changed the sage for rosemary (to go better with the lamb). the smell in the kitchen was wonderful and I will be preparing them again very soon. Thanks

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scimietta99 August 26, 2006

Really good flavor. I found that I didn't need to cook these as long as the recipe indicates. Maybe I didn't cut them thick enough. But I loved the balsamic vinegar -- it really blended well with the potatoes and the onions. I halved the recipe (just my husband and me) -- and I have the leftovers tucked away and will enjoy them for breakfast in the morning!!!

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Bobbie June 25, 2006

Lovely, Lorac : ) Dan and I enjoyed these potatoes and onions very much. I used red potatoes leaving the peel on. My only suggestion would to be to use a very large pan when browning these potatoes and onions. It takes a while to prepare, but worth every minutes. Thanks so much for sharing, Carol!

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Bev June 19, 2006

These potatoes earned every star. I had planned on making roasted baby reds, that is until I saw this recipe. I did make a few substitutions, due to the change in plans. I used 1 lb. baby reds, unpeeled, and cut in half. I didn't have a red onion, so I used a walla walla sweet. I only made 1/2 of the recipe, but used the whole onion (3/4 lb.)since walla walla's are more mild than red onions. They turned out so sweet and paired with Asparagus Parmesan Garlic Spears Asparagus Parmesan Garlic Spears, and beef fillet with peppercorn sauce. DH loved his Father's Day Dinner. Thanks for this delicious, easy to prepare recipe. It is now saved in my 5 Star Recipe Book and will be made many times.

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JT'sMom June 19, 2006

I cannot believe I'm the first person to post a review of these. These were INCREDIBLE. They were a bit of work, but our guests just raved over them. Thank you for sharing this yummy recipe!

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CandyTX June 17, 2006
Balsamic Roasted Onions and Potatoes