10 Reviews

Amazing! We have them at least once a week. Perfect side for any meat. I bake covered at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes and then uncover, sprinkle on more parmesan, and bake uncovered until golden brown. I have to make 2 batches-one for me that are 1/4 inch and one for my hubby who likes his 1/8 inch and extra crispy. My mandolin makes this recipe insanely easy.

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shadden2 May 24, 2010

Very nice. I had a little more than 1 lb. of potatoes, and I baked them a bit differently: I preheated my oven to 375 degrees F, and I placed the potatoes on a greased, foil-lined, rimmed 17x11 baking sheet. I roasted them, uncovered, for about 30 minutes, flipping them halfway through. The taste is lovely - nothing like simple. I served these with Tuna Biscuit Bake and green beans. Thanks for posting!

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Greeny4444 March 24, 2010

These are very simple, and very delicious! I have tried many other roasted red potato recipes, but they never worked right for me! These are perfect! I don't change anything at all, but when they're fresh from the oven, I put a few pats of butter and toss them around. That gives it an awesome buttery flavor! This is my permanent RRP recipe! Thanx.

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dr_kaley April 19, 2009

A great tasting potato Kay. The parm really added a nice twist to these potatoes along with the S&P. As a little variation from your recipe I cubed my potatoes b/f tossing them in a zip-lock bag. Then tossed them on a greased 9x13 b/f sprinkling on the rest of the ingredients. took the advice of previous reviewers and removed the foil the last few minutes of baking to brown them a bit. Perfect!! Made for HolidayTag~

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CoffeeB February 18, 2009

The picture by cookiedog really did it for me... they looked so yummy... and they really were very tasty and easy to prepare. I love potatoes...any kind, any method... so the simplicity behind this dish was the shining star. I didn't have small red potatoes...only 2 really large ones, but they still worked out great. Just larger slices but still cut 1/4'' thick. I used olive oil and just a touch of S & P and freshly grated Parmesan. After 30 minutes, I removed the foil and let it brown for about 10 minutes... Great, tender and just slightly crispy on the sides... Baked these up with Broccoli Casserole paired with Finger-Licking Chicken Marinade for a great meal!

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atlfitgirl September 05, 2007

Wonderful, and so easy to prepare. The first time I made it I forgot to add the cheese before baking, but added it right out of the oven with no problems at all. I also used kosher salt instead of the regular salt.

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Lil' Nutbrown Hare August 28, 2007

My BF raved about these. They are really good! I did use the foil and it made the potatoes nice and tender. I cooked it with out the foil for a few minutes to give them a little more color. Thank you aussiekarin for this easy and delicious recipe.

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cookiedog January 10, 2007

This was excellent. I forgot to put the foil over it. But it came out good and crispy (just how I like it). I added garlic powder, seasoning salt, and accent to mine. My little toddler liked it too (he never likes anything!). Definitely worth a try, and its so easy to prepare!

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AquaOpal January 08, 2007
Roasted Red Potatoes