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Delicious! Easy and tasty. Thanks for posting! Made for I RECOMMEND
Great potatoes! I ran out of propane so had to roast these in the oven. Used dried dill but left the rest of the ingredients as is. Very flavorful and creamy inside. Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap Nov 2012.
These were very good potatoes! For 1 T EVOO/4 servings, its 4 WW PPV.
I too left off the dill and we loved the end result!
Wonderful side dish. I did make these in the oven instead of the grill as we had a full grill of things going. This was a very quick and easy recipe. We enjoyed these along with some burgers and steaks and got the "thumbs up" from everyone to make them again. Made for ZWT4.
Delicious potatoes. Taking a word from ms bold, I left out the dill (didn't think we'd care for it roasted on the potatoes - we like it fresh in salads ans such) and added dried rosemary and oregano in its place. These were a great side to make up on the grill at the beach and we all really enjoyed them. Thanks.
It is still a little chilly in my neck of the woods, and I didn't use the outdoor grill to roast these potatoes. Instead, I roasted in a 425 oven for about 20 minutes. I used half fingerling potatoes and half baby Yukon gold potatoes, just due to what I had on hand. I also subbed rosemary for the dill. The potatoes were perfect as a side dish with roasted chicken and Fresh Asparagus with Buttered Almonds.
These were delicious and very easy to make. Other than adding a bit more dill, I followed the recipe as written.
I really enjoyed this recipe. It was very easy to put together. I used the Reynolds Release aluminum foil and the potatoes slid right off. I served the potatoes with steak. Thanks for posting!!