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I made these a few weeks back - rather than doing them on the stove top I chopped them (a bit smaller than you would for the stove top) and baked them. 30 - 35 minutes in a hot oven and they were crunchy and delicious. I didn't have the time to keep watching them - thanks for the recipe.
Roasted potatoes out of skillet! Great method.
I made this with my recipe for Roast With Marsala Gravy. It was a great match with both of the dishes having garlic and Rosemary. The potatoes were crispy and great flavored. I loved the addition of the garlic and Rosemary. I will be making these often, as they are very versatile and will go with many entrees. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us Cookiedog! Linda
Very nice recipe. I loved the garlic and rosemary together, but doubled up on the garlic (just personal preference). I skipped the salt water boil, and just jumped right to sauteing them in a skillet until crispy. Thanks, cookiedog. Made for Zaar World Tour #6 while cooking with the Seasoned Sailors and his Sassy Sirens team.
Great potatoes! Easy and flavorful. Thanks for sharing! ZWT6
I had fresh rosemary and loved these. Made them as part of breakfast todY
These potatoes were good. I had to cook them about twice as long in the skillet for them to crisp up, but they were good on their own, but also served skillet style with an egg on top. Thanks for posting.
This was a great recipe. I doubled it for a brunch and it was well liked. My boyfriend was upset that he didn't have any leftovers. Thanks for sharing.
These tasted surprisingly like oven roasted potatoes to me. I will enjoy making this recipe often when my oven is occupied. Thanks for sharing. ~Sue
A winner in my house. They were easy to make and were nice and crispy.