We really liked the sweetness of these as I too cut back on the chili powder. I used new red potatoes in chunks. My only problem was the recipe doesnt say what to do with the butter. I just mixed it in with the spices and baked. Next time I think I will cover in foil as they will steam the potatoes better, but otherwise these were different and enjoyable!
Quick, easy and delicious. I am always up for new ways to cook potatoes. This is a keeper - all ingredients are always on hand which is a big plus.
Loved these... used 1/2 tbl of ancho chile powder and 1/2 tbl paprika, agave nectar for the honey and added a little seasoning salt. I baked them in my oven and they were delicious!! Thanks!
Wow! These should be called honey barbeque potatoes. They have enough sweet-spicyness to be served alone. I baked them until they would crumble under the touch of a fork (about 1 and 1/2 hours at 350)and enjoyed them plain. I used oil instead of butter solely for less sodium content. If you want more spicy add a little tabasco or cayenne. If you want to cut it a little I would serve it with a side of sour cream and chives. I loved them, and will make them again. This would be great even for a kicky oven french fry! Thanks!
I am a big potato fan and love trying different recipes. This was very good. I cooked in the oven and didn't change a thing. Next time I will probably add a tad more garlic. Thanks Poker !
Yowser!! We loved these potatoes. The only change I made was to double the garlic powder and pepper. Nice and spicy. Went well with the rest of our BBQ menu. Thanks Poker.
Yummy.....made them on the grill! I'm going to try them in the oven too.
Awesome potatoes. I'm a ranch dressing nut, so I dunked mine and the taste combo was incredible. Thanks for posting.
These were OK. I chopped the potatoes and mixed everything into a ziplock and put in the fridge for a couple of hours -- thought maybe marinating them would help based on some of the other reviews. (also added about 1/2 tsp salt) We put them on the grill and the method of cooking was nice but the flavors didn't permeate the potatoes and it seemed like the flavors slid off b/c of the butter or the honey or ????? They looked pretty but didn't have the strong flavor I was expecting.
We thought these were too bland. You wouldn't think so with 1 Tbsp chili powder, but we thought so. I should have added salt like other reviewers did. Everyone needed to add a dipping sauce for these in order to get more flavor. I cut them smaller (into 1/8) and I cooked them at 350 for 50 minutes with the main dish. They were perfectly done, just too bland.