Total Time
55mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins

Tired of mashed, baked and fried potatoes? Well I was. This recipe came to me through experimentation. I have taken this side dish to pot-lucks, various outings, and picnics and I am always asked for the recipe. Excellent side dish and VERY EASY to make. Hope you enjoy it too!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Scrub potatoes and cut into 1 inch cubes.
  2. Cut up onions and pepper (chunky).
  3. Place stick of margarine into gallon-size zip lock bag and place in microwave until melted.
  4. Add potatoes, green pepper, onions and onion soup mix in bag.
  5. Mix throughly in bag.
  6. Empty contents of bag into glass baking dish.
  7. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes or until potatoes are tender.
Most Helpful

These "Easy Potatoes" were just that - easy and quick. My family enjoyed them. I sprinkled paprika over them before baking. I might also try them again with shredded cheddar cheese and/or hot chillies or a little cut up jalapeno for a change.

Rosemary Chapman October 11, 2001

Great easy way to dress up potatoes. A real 'put in the oven' and forget til dinner is ready recipe. Enjoyed the taste of the green pepper with the onion soup mix. Cheers JenT :)

Jen T November 26, 2002

I modified based on pantry item abailability - I loved the flavour of these potatoes based on my mods - two peeled 2" peeled cubed russet potatoes, a tired looking yellow pepper and a tired looking medium cooking onion cubed roughly, a half packet of dry onion soup mix, a 1/4 packet of dry Knorr tomato vegetable soup mix, and glugged enough olive oil over the mixture to make it cook (about 1/4 cup). I used a 8 x 9" glass dish and cooked it for appox 1 h 15 mins and shuffled the mixture about twice. Very yummy - it was served with grilled chimichuri marinated beef short ribs and broiled asparagus w/ steak spice and parmesan cheese - it was so so yummy!!! Thanks for the recipe idea!

alison_chesney_1572124 June 04, 2013