10 Reviews

The DM and I enjoyed this as part of our Christmas lunch, I added some peeled baby carrots which roasted up beautifully with the potatoes. Thank you MsSally, made as a thank you to our host in Everyday A Holiday.

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I'mPat December 25, 2009

Made as written. They went together quickly. I would make these again but would decrease the Mrs. Dash a little bit and add some onion and garlic. I give these a 4 but would give them a 4 1/2 if they had that rating option Thanks for the method, I will definitely use it again!

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catmaniacs October 17, 2009

I've just found my new has brown recipe!!! I've never been able to get hash browns to be crispy enough for my tastes, but these most definitely are. Nice and crispy and soft on the inside just like they should be! Thanks for posting this MsSally! Made for Gimme 5 Tag

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LARavenscroft October 05, 2009

Great quick side dish that makes the potatoes crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. Never would have thought about using the microwave but it's great.

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dianaswisher73 July 26, 2009

For speedy oven-crisped and browned potatoes I just love the idea of first cooking the potatoes in the microwave: very practical use of the microwave! We don't have Mrs Dash seasoning here but I got the general idea of what herbs to add from a couple of Zaar recipes. I used minced onion and garlic rather than onion and garlic powder - minced them while the potatoes were in the microwave so that didn't add any extra preparation time! In step two, I added sprinklings of dried basil, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, sage, and parsley, and several grindings of black pepper. I was so glad that I had doubled the recipe! What we didn't eat - or rather DEVOUR - tonight has already been used in an extra-special potato salad for tomorrow's lunch. Made for All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag. Thank you for sharing this yummy recipe, MsSally!

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bluemoon downunder December 03, 2008

These were prepared with the skins on. I rarely peel potatoes and only do so if the skins don't look good anymore. Starting them in the microwave makes for a very quick and delicious side. Made for Holiday Tag.

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Dreamer in Ontario November 09, 2008

We really enjoyed these as a side with our meal tonight. They were easy to do and I have never started oven potatoes off in the microwave before so that was a nice method learn too. We don't have Mrs. Dash in the UK so I used a copycat version from Zaar and I am not sure how close to the real stuff it tasted but it resulted in really nice spuds. Made for Potluck Tag.

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Sarah_Jayne November 05, 2008

This is an easy recipe to do when we're busy or we don't have lots of time. I like the fact that it's cook at first in the microwave. Thanks MsSally :) Made for Holiday Tag Game.

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Boomette January 18, 2008

Thank you and thank you again for the great side dish. I had this along side a fish main course. It was sensational! I left the skins on though.. I always do. I'll be making this again, because I'm a big potato fan! :)

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VickyJ January 13, 2008

Pefect little potato dish and easy to prepare. :)

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Lori Mama January 07, 2008
Oven Baked Hash Browns Homemade