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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.

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morgainegeiser August 06, 2010

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.

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NorthwestGal July 31, 2010

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.

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BoSox Barb November 26, 2008

I too cut back on the garlic, but the dish was great. Loved the roasted garlic that was produced along with the potatos. Thanks!

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Sherri at the Beach October 30, 2008

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.

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pinkpeppercorns June 18, 2006

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!!!

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EpicureAngela April 25, 2006

Exceptional! A big hit here. Thanks Sue. The house smelt divine, too!

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Doelee November 23, 2005

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!

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Sandi (From CA) August 16, 2005

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.

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aviva April 02, 2005

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!!!

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SkysMama January 21, 2005
Garlic Potatoes