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This was just delicious! I used yellow flesh potatoes, pink salt and completely forgot to use the sage. Oops! That's okay because I'll make these again. We were hungry so I cooked them in the microwave first, until just over half done. Then I cut them and baked them for 20 minutes. Perfect! Made for Went To The Market tag game. Thanks I'mPat! :)

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Nif March 08, 2013

We used russet potatoes for the recipe, and the whole family loved it! Everyone ate it, even though not everyone eats baked potatoes when I make them. My husband thought there was a little too much salt (I put in the amount specified in the recipe). I'd definitely like to make these again! Thank you!

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Pale Rose January 20, 2011

I made a mistake and peeled my potatoes, and then forgot to add the sage.But never the less, these still worked really well! We loved the added parmesan, I thought it would burn, but it didn't go anywhere near it! The cooking time was just perfect for the size potatoes I had.Great recipe, I am going to try again, with the sage next time. ;-)Thanks Pat.<br/>UPDATE:<br/>Have made these 3 times now and apart from the good old roast potato, these are the family favourite! So easy and just such wonderful flavours with the sage and parmesan.

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Tisme September 21, 2014

We also love hasselback potatoes Pat and these were especially nice. I liked that they used some of my sage (which has run wild after months of neglect!). I actually lay sage leaves under the potatoes to cook them too so I got even more of the flavour through them. My new potatoes were actually quite large so took the full hour to cook and I added my parmesan cheese halfway through the cook time so it didn't get over-brown.

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JustJanS November 20, 2011

We love hasselback potatoes, and these have wonderful flavors. Very nice side dish. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl February 11, 2011

I love new potatoes, and these are no exception! I felt my potatoes were on the smaller side, so after cooking for 20 minutes I reduced the temp....my Parm was getting too brown. They turned out moist and tasty. The crunch of the browned Parmesan was very nice with the sweetness of the new potatoes. I've made regular potatoes in this style.....sliced and baked, but never new potatoes. I'll try this again! Thanks for sharing! Made for Photo Tag!

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breezermom January 16, 2011
Hasselback Potatoes With Sage and Parmesan