These were great!! I was limited for time and so I fried them on the stove, about 10-15 min. It was just 2 of us and so I used 2 red potatoes and 1 sweet potato. I loved the flavor, it was great on both kinds of potatoes!! Def. making this again!
I used 2 pounds of fresh-from-the-garden yellow potatoes but otherwise followed the recipe to 'T'. I baked them in the oven at 400 and set the timer for 40 minutes. When the timer went off they were starting to burn and all of the sauce on the bottom of the pan had turned black, so I was afraid they were ruined. But they were actually delicious!! I was pleasantly surprised! Even my 3 and 4 year old sons who usually shun a potato with the skin on were eating them right up! Thanks for a yummy recipe! We will try them on the grill sometime soon I hope.
these were pretty tasty. i added lots of salt (taters w/o salt? i don't think so...) and a little onion powder to the mix. i used gold potatoes as that's what i had and oops, ran out of foil so i cooked them in my convection microwave instead of on the grill as i'd intended. DD didn't care for them but the rest of us did, including DS who usually doesn't eat too many spuds. will make again, thanks!
I'm only giving this four, because my kids and husband didn't give great reviews, but they did like them. I, on the other hand, liked them quite a bit. They were easy and spicy/sweet and complemented the smoked pork chops I made as a main dish.
These were actually pretty good. Cooked them in my oven and the DH and I really liked them. But next time we'll use a bit more honey.
We really enjoyed these potatoes ~ the flavor was very nice without being too spicy. They were very easy to make and I baked them in my oven. I used easy release aluminum foil on my pan and they slid right off. Thanks for posting!
Used regular baking pototoes. They turned out great. Loved the flavor and they looked delish! Will be making again.
good potatoes .... fast and eazy
I loved this recipe! I will be making it again and again!