Chose this recipe to make for a potluck last weekend. Unfortunately my stomach was acting up so I didn't get any! Everyone else however said they were fantastic and I saw the host hiding the leftovers in the fridge for himself for later LOL Fiance said he would definitely like me to make them again so that is 5 stars in my book! Not to mention Super simple to do! Thanks Kitten!
WOW! this was sooo good. I like that it was so easy to make. My family loved it.
Oh MY!! These have to be the tastiest taters in the entire universe....should have known; of course a cat lover would submit a fab recipe! ;) I used "new" red potatoes that were large for "new" potatoes but would be considered "medium" in size by any standard. Unfortunately they were not done after the alloted cooking time (I did them half covered, half uncovered at 400 on bottom rack as directed). Next time I will cut the taters in eighths instead of fourths so that they will cook faster and also to increase their surface area for more coverage of that incredible seasoning.... THANK YOU for posting this; it is a WINNER!!
Perfect! I needed a potatoe recipe to go with Kittencal's Stuffed Green Bell Peppers so I used this one. I didn't have any onion soup mix so I used Dry Onion Soup Mix (Replacer) and it worked perfectly. The flavor of these potatoes were delectable. I did cut the recipe in half because if I didnt I knew I would eat all of it. I served the left overs for breakfast this morning. Even better the next day. Thanks for sharing Kittencal!
these were simple and delish!! soaking the onion soup mix is key! i used fingerling potatoes that i soaked in water and then dried off well as recommended. love the green onion addition at the end. i'm glad i didn't add any salt, it's perfect without it! thanks, kitten, for another keeper!!!
Cannot believe no one has reviewed this recipe yet! I made this recipe exactly as it was written and the potatoes are awesome! So much flavor! I did leave the potatoes uncovered. Thanks Kittencal for another great recipe ; )