8 Reviews

Yummy!!!!!

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MalaineTyler March 10, 2011

We loved these potatoes. The parmessan was great. I used some small red potoatoes, cut them in half and they were ready to go. We had this with some salmon and fresh green beans. They were the perfect dish to round out the meal. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

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Bobbie September 16, 2009

I loved the flavor. Only omitted the cayenne. guessed on oil. Can preboil in bowl with water in microwave about 6 min. to soften a bit...just drain good. I Just used hands to combine and after 25 min I turned on broiler for a bit to crisp up a bit Very tasty. thank you

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jellyko August 11, 2009

I have this same recipe and love making it as a side dish. I sometimes use red potatoes skin on. Thanks for posting!

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mamadelogan April 18, 2009

I've tried other recipes similar to this one, and the potatoes are often greasy. Not so with these--one tablespoon of oil is just the right amount. A nice blend of spices, too--thanks, FLFroggie.

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ladyfingers February 12, 2009

What a fantastic way to make potatoes. My wife and I always use a recipe on the back of the Liptons Onion Soup Mix. After having potatoes this way, the Liptons hasn't left the shelf. Thanks

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Brianna & Caitlyn's Dad June 23, 2007

I make potatoes this way as well; however, I use roasted, chopped garlic and some steak seasoning in place of the garlic powder and cayenne. The zip bags are the BEST for tossing these guys to get the coated evenly. Easy recipe for beginners and they taste complicated, but they aren't!

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MilanzMom May 04, 2007

Easy recipe, excellent aroma and flavor. Worked exactly as written. I tossed the potatoes and oil in a zipper bag, then added the combined dry ingredients and tossed again. Very little cleanup!

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Terri Newell May 04, 2007
Roasted Parmesan Potatoes