These were so yummy! It took a total of 50 minutes for them to cook.
This as the last of my Big Box bag of fingerling potatoes. Had no fresh sage, but a sprinkle of dried sage did very well. We have become most enamoured of roasted veggies with SOME spices, and enjoyed this with our tilapia fillets. Thanks, Rita.
Oh. My. Goodness! These potatoes are absolutely fabulous. They are a perfect union of tender, crispy fingerlings with crumbled bacon, caramelized onions, garlic bits and just the right amount of sea salt. Every single element of this dish is wonderful. I would not change a thing. Thanks for sharing this heavenly recipe. It's a keeper!
Easy and delicious. Great with a roast. The vendor I get fingerlings from at the farmer's market, was out today, so I just used baby reds, cut in half. Worked great. Loved the fresh sage, and may up the amount next time. This would be a great brunch dish, with the bacon and onions. Made for Fall 2009 PAC.
Great taste and easy to make, but when it was cooking it was dry and stuck to the bottom of the pan. Maybe my bacon wasn't just "fat enough" but there was very little grease to make the potaoes moist and yummy looking like on the photo. I had to add 2 TBsp of olive oil and it made a great difference. Will make it again.
Easy and yummy! Hubby made them with steak and asparagus. No fresh sage he used dried. Was fine! Will be making again and again here!
I used dry sage (it was what we had on hand), Yummy.
Great recipe! My boyfriend and I fought over the last piece of potato, they were so good. I didn't have any sage, so I used some dried thyme and rosemary. I also added a drizzle of olive oil. I will definitely be making these again and again!
We loved these. They reminded me a little of the appetizer fries that you can get at The Outback. I followed the recipe as directed except I used dried sage and it worked perfectly. Thank you Rita!