These were simple to make and had a great flavor. I used twice as much garlic as called for and still feel it needs moe. Will definitely make again.
I didn't have fingerlings, so I used baby reds and it worked out fine. I think the amount of garlic called for in the recipe was perfect, because the lightly caramelized garlic added such a flavorful addition to the roasted potatoes. Thanks, Sue Lau.
I totally trusted you on the garlic, Sue...and I'm glad I did!!! Absolutely TO DIE FOR!!! Making them again tomorrow for Thanksgiving dinner.
I too cut back on the garlic, but the dish was great. Loved the roasted garlic that was produced along with the potatos. Thanks!
I forgot to mention in the comment I just made that my garlic got a wee bit burned waiting for the potatoes to cook (even though I used baby potatoes). Next time I make them, I'll let the potatoes roast a bit before adding the garlic to the roasting pan.
Closest I could get were new reds, which worked fine. Halved them, and let the mixture refrigerate about 8 hours. Used a good brand EVOO, which really added to the flavor, and 1 T kosher salt. Also a bit more thyme and garlic than called for (2 fave flavors for potatoes). Had some leftover garlic, used with crackers (like we do with regular roasted garlic). Very tasty recipe!!!
Exceptional! A big hit here. Thanks Sue. The house smelt divine, too!
We eat garlic around here like there's no tomorrow which makes this dish right up our alley. I dove into the leftovers today and when I stuffed myself on them and still had some left, I plowed directly into the garlic and finished those puppies off. The potatoes are now lonely, but I'll have their garlic-infused loveliness tonight. Mmmmm!
These potatoes were sooo delicious! When my family saw me getting the garlic ready they thought I was crazy...then they tasted the final result and were wowed. I ended up estimating the amounts of salt, pepper, and dried thyme I used. I also used Yukon gold potatoes cut into chunks because I couldn't find the other potatoes.
These were SOO good!! I was a little skeptical about the peeled garlic, but they were perfectly roasted and not bitter at all. I halved the recipe and used 1/2 tsp dried thyme because I didn't have any fresh, used new white potatoes cut into about 1" pieces and it all cooked in 30 minutes. I did put it under the broiler for about 5 minutes just to give the potatoes a little more color. Such an simple and tasty recipe. It went perfectly with my meatloaf. I, and my whole family, thanks you for sharing!!!