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Delicious! I followed the recipe exactly except I cooked them for 1 hour (big chunks) and the last 15 minutes I kicked the oven temp up to 375. TY

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Shabby Sign Shoppe April 10, 2003

These potatoes are the greatest! My husband couldn't stop eating them! I have made them several times now and each time I watch anxiously while hubby chows down--I am afraid there won't be any leftovers to top with sharp cheese and sour cream for the next day's lunch!!! This is a keeper! Thanks for sharing!

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DekaCamp March 05, 2003

These were great, although not quite as speedy as I thought they would be, most likely due to me not cutting them into small enough chunks. Still, the smaller pieces were done in about 45 minutes. I didn't use any butter, and these were absolutely wonderful. Heck, they still made for a great snack in the microwave the next day! Thanks for a keeper! :)

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s'kat November 12, 2002

These potatoes were easy and delicious. I used 2 tablespoons of Cavender's greek seasoning. The flavor was very lively and they turned out crisp on the outside, tender on the inside. My cooking time turned out to be 1 hour. Thanks for a super recipe.

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ratherbeswimmin' July 26, 2003

This is a great recipe. It is indeed quick and easy. I made a few changes though: I added a tablespoon of lemon juice to it to make it a bit more zingy. Also, I put the heat up to 375 and it was done in 4o minutes and I used red potatoes. Very yummy, thanks for posting it!

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EstherA January 29, 2009

Yep it's another of my very few 5s. Understand,I'm rateing the method rather than this particular seasoning. So far I have used Jamacian Jerk seasoning, Curry powder, Chili powder, one of my BBQ Rubs, Granulated Toasted Garlic and I'm lookin around for the next thing to try. Garam Masala?? I'm useing baby red potatoes quartered and roasting for about 28 min. These are about 2-bite sized quarters. And They Keep Beautifully in the fridge to Nuke. Handier than pockets in a shirt. T.

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T. Woolfe January 14, 2004

I subed the greek seasoning for the Italian as that is what I had on hand. This was indeed a dish that was very much enjoyed, thinking I would have leftovers but found a empty platter. Since I was short of time after mixing all ingredients I cooked the potatoes in the microwave for a about 4 minutes just to get them started and they turned out perfect. Will be making this dish again. Thanks!

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Dotty2 May 27, 2010

This was another great recipe for taters. Unfortunately, I was like ShortieNJ and had no greek seasoning (I could have sworn I did). I used italian seasoning and it was very good. Made for Cookbook Tag 2010.

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nemokitty January 15, 2010

i used italian seasoning (that's what I had) but they turned out so good - i'll definitely be trying other variations. thanks

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ShortieNJ July 13, 2009

Very good - quick and easy. Used Yukon Gold potatoes.

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SoDakCook March 23, 2009
Oven Roast Greek Potatoes