4 Reviews

These were really good. I made them at the same time as a meatloaf on a baking sheet separated by a wall of tin foil, so I ended up baking mine at 350 degrees for 55 minutes. I found that a lot of the paprika seemed to stick to the pieces of minced garlic, and not to the potatoes, so I might use garlic powder if I make these again. I wasn't sure how mainly garlic and paprika would go together (I don't think I'd ever had that combo), but it was pretty good. Made for Fall PAC 2012.

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Greeny4444 October 10, 2012

Yum! I quartered my potatoes and so had to cook them for a little over an hour to get them done. Very simple and tasty. Thanks Kona K for a nice new potato keeper. Made for Spring PAC 2011.

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lazyme March 06, 2011

These potatoes were delicious! Easy to prepare (subbed garlic powder for minced garlic), After seasoning, tossed them in a pan lined with "release" foil, and into the oven. 40 minutes later, we had the perfect side to our pot roast and broccoli dinner. This recipe will be added to my Tried & True cookbook. Thanks!

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Princess Pea July 06, 2010

These potatoes were so easy to make ~ don't know why I've never made something like this before. I used 1/2 teaspoon hungarian and 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika and these were absolutely delicious. I cubed my potatoes, so I covered them with foil about half way through baking so they wouldn't get too crispy and they were tender and delicious. Thanks Kona K ~ made for Spring PAC 2010!

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FloridaNative March 30, 2010
Kona K's Oven-Baked Garlic Baby Potatoes