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These are really good, I didn't have any cumin, so I used some garlic powder and they turned out great!!

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Jenna #6 August 14, 2008

These were alright. I used shaved parmesan and cooked them at 380 degrees. They cooked well but didn't have much flavor.

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RachelB-KY March 21, 2010

Terrific potatoes, we loved them! These were crunchy on the outside and soft inside and so flavourful. The house smelled great while they were baking too! I cut mine into quarters as my potaotes were pretty large. Then I did them in my convection oven for 30 minutes at 300 and they turned out great! They didn't stick at all for me! Thanks MizzNezz!

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~Leslie~ November 14, 2006

I pounded garlic, whole pepper corns and cumin seeds in my mortar and pestle for these. Fantastic flavor! Fresh grated parm was really great!

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riffraff October 27, 2003

We really enjoyed the potatoes prepared this way. Since we don't use cumin, (personal preference only) I used freshly ground coriander instead, it worked great in this recipe. The crunchy potatoes were tender and delicious. The parmesan - Regganio was a nice addition. Thank you for sharing your recipe. Made for Whats on the Menu Tag Game 2014.

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Baby Kato December 31, 2014

I made these last night but didn't use cumin. I used garlic and fresh shaved parmesan. The trick to making the potatoes fluffy inside is to par boil them first. Then I coated them with the butter, salt, pepper, garlic and sprinkled with lots of parmesan. I also sprinkled with some parsley for color. These will be our new favorite. Really delicious. I also cut the potatoes into quarters. They'd be great with fingerling potatoes as well.

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bernbento June 25, 2013

We really enjoyed these potatoes! I did add 2 tablespoons of Italian bread crumbs for a little crunch, and 1 teaspoon of granulated garlic powder. Turned out great and we will have these again! Thanks for posting!

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Dib's September 27, 2012

Great roast potatoes! made as directed but microwaved the potatoes for a few minutes before blending with the other ingredients - I like my roast potatoes a bit crunchy outside but soft and fluffy inside. These were just perfect!

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K9 Owned September 24, 2012

On 9/9/12 I needed a side dish to go with my steaks,and decided to try this one. I did make the recipe exactly as it was written. As a matter of fact, I added a bit more of cumin and after placing on the baking sheet,sprinkled the potatoes with a bit of garlic powder. But even after an hour of baking time the potatoes didn't crisp up as much as we would have liked,but we enjoyed the taste. Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � September 10, 2012

I was a little hesitant about trying this because I don't care for cumin. Hubby talked me into it. I loved them!!! The cumin didn't over-power the flavor at all, just enhanced it. DELICIOUS! This is going to be a staple in our house from now on!!!

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Backwoods Foodie August 01, 2012
Oven Baked Parmesan Potatoes