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These were good, but not sure they were worth the hassle of shaking the pan every 15 minutes. Not sure if I would make again?

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pccreative August 30, 2011

Fantastic recipe! I used Canola oil, and redskin new potatoes. Soo tender and yummy!
Served with Red Snapper , and the flavors blended very well.

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katrinepa2 March 03, 2011

These are soooo good - I did not have little redskins, so I cut up the Yukon Golds I had on hand and ended up cooking for 15 minutes less than listed in the recipe. These quickly disappeared at a family dinner and everyone raved about them. There were picky eaters, so when everyone likes something, you know it has to be good. These are a keeper, I love the little redskins so I will be doing that way, but it is nice to have options. Thank you lazyme

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Sandy in Dayton April 22, 2009

TY Lazy for a wonderful recipe for the Redskin's I got yesterday from the farmer's market. Also bought a sweet yellow onion to add. The chickenbroth really comes thru nicely and thickens a bit on the bottom of the pan for added goodness w/the onion. Fabulous!! Made for MarketTag~

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CoffeeB July 20, 2008

Great recipe. I combined about a third of a red onion that I had leftover with another large yellow onion. The potatoes came out wonderful, a little crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. The flavor of the onions was fantasitic. My whole family liked them, even my picky eater daughters. The only thing I changed in the recipe was to reduce the time by twenty minutes because the onions were on the verge of burning.

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dz in Packerland March 03, 2008

Made half a recipe with excellent results. Halved some of the bigger tomatoes, and used a mix of vidalia (left over) and red onions. I may have cut the onions too small, as they were more burnt, much less caramelized. That's okay, both my BF and I like them that way. Excellent low-fat side dish:)

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Kumquat the Cat's friend June 17, 2007

Great potatoes that are so easy with wonderful results. I used larger red potatoes, quartered - cooking a bit less. Thanks for sharing this keeper.

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ellie_ June 13, 2007

These potatoes are fantastic. By the way, it is very important to dry the potatoes before cooking to get good resullts. Made as written and thoroughly enjoyed for Zaar World Tour.

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Leggy Peggy June 13, 2007

Delicious and very easy to make. The perfect side dish when roasting a chicken or other meat. Will definitely make again.

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Michelle Berteig June 12, 2007
Roasted New Potatoes With Red Onions