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Very delicious and easy. I used gold potatoes instead of the red as that is what I had on hand. Turned out buttery and creamy.
This is a great way to roast potatoes! I let them cook a little longer than specified and they were really delicious. Will definitely keep this recipe on my list for the future. Made for PRMR, November, 2013.
This is such a simple yet delicious recipe! Used baby red potatoes and at the end of cooking sprinkled with fresh parsley. Definately one to make again and again and try with some different fresh herbs. Made in Memory of Pammyowl.
I couldn't get red-skinned potatoes but these baby potatoes were equally delicious, and what a lovely simple way to prepare them! Thank you Pammy, these were very much enjoyed. Made in loving memory of a dear friend, never forgotten
I used Baby Yukon Gold potatoes instead of the red. Delicious, creamy and buttery potatoes that I will be making again and again. Made for Pammy's cookathon.
Very easy way to make red skinned potatoes!! I could see many possibilities (including adding some cheese at the very end to melt) to add to this basic recipe. I used Lawry's Seasoned Salt, in place of the regular salt, which added some great flavor, otherwise, made as written. I sprinkled the parsley on once it was finished, for the color/garnish. Pammyowl will be greatly missed in all the games and events here on food.com. Made for her Cook-a-thon.
Very tasty! I made about 1/2 lb since it is just me and I have enough for leftovers too. They have a nice creamy flavor and even though my butter got a little dark, it didn't make the spuds taste burnt. Made for ZWT9.
These were so easy to make but they were very tasty. We all enjoyed these.
Yum! Unluckily half of my baby potatoes had gotten bad, so I added some quartered larger potatoes. It worked beautifully and tasted wonderful with Lemon Baked Cod (Ovnsstekt Torsk Med Sitron). Thanks for sharing!<br/>Made for ZWT 9 / Scandinavia for The Apron String Travelers
I used red potatoes and trimmed cut them in thirds. The potatoes cooked easily, but they did need to be stirred fairly often to prevent burning. That said, the potatoes were tasty & my diners enjoyed them. Thank you for sharing the recipe!