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Made this recepie from advice from another chef on this site because I could not figure out what to make with a rack of lamb. Since it was my first attempt at making lamb I had no idea what sides to make with it. Sooooo yummy! I made sure to spray the pan with cooking spray first and also stired and flipped them a few times so they never stuck to the pan.Also used all fresh ingredients and you really tasted the different flavors. I agree, you can never use too much garlic! Also cut this receipe in half because it was just my husband and I. Will make again!

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dragonpawz April 22, 2013

I have always loved the lemony flavor of Greek Potatoes, but I like my potatoes brown on the outside, and Greek potatoes tend not to be crispy outside. The water in the pan as used in this recipe does the trick. Creamy inside and nicely browned outside. Yum. Crispness will vary depending on how long you cook them without water. Don't waste foil on this recipe. A little soaking and the mess goes away. I left out the garlic and it was still yummy good.

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alvinakatz April 05, 2013

Very good flavor and easy to make. I used medium red skin potatoes, unpeeled and they were delicious. My husband had to sneak a taste before dinner was served and that is always a good sign. Kitchen smelled amazing too while baking!

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HopeK March 30, 2013

I ( spud-lover) would give this a ten for this if I could! I added more garlic. I had this as a side to my traditional Gujarati Indian dinner..... I think it's here to stay. Even my health freak husband who doesn't like spuds was competing for the last few pieces. Great on a cold winters night.

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cookerbaker February 21, 2013

So i made these last night and as one reviewer suggested they do not look as they do in the image, they are however delicious and will remain in the 'recipe book'.

I actually made too many of them and as a result they were refrigerated, for breakfast i decided to put them on grill in the microwave, WOW, when finished they looked exactly like the ones in the images and tasted even better, they weren't dry at all and think that comes down to cooking them in the water.

I will definitely be cooking them this way from now on and really recommended the recipe.

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stevo86 November 01, 2012

Terrific, I'll definitely make these again. I'll try wiping the pan with olive oil as suggested next time though as it leaves quite a mess in the pan without it.

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Dr Nick September 27, 2011

I have made this twice. Excellent results both times.

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Chef Navidad March 26, 2011

Wonderful. Used 16 large potatoes for 14 people and that was not enough! I tried lining the pans with foil...that kept the pans spiffy, but way too much stuck to the foil and it was difficult to retrieve the best stuff, but we got most of it. The times and amounts were spot on.

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Hoddy October 04, 2010

This was nice because it was so easy to prep. My socks were not knocked off atmy first attempt, but I do plan on trying again.

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HeyLillie August 16, 2010

Amazing! So easy, and very flavorful. Absolutely delicious.

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Melissa Bell August 05, 2010
Greek Potatoes (Oven-Roasted and Delicious!)