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I made this following the recipe 100% except reducing the amount of chese and using dried rosemary. The flavour was great and it came together fast. I will be making this dish again.

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Deantini October 17, 2012

I scaled this back for 3 and used Carisma potatoes (a low GI white potatoe) and we thoroughly enjoyed but the only change I would make for personal taste would be to replace the 1 cup of cheddar cheese (for 3 serves) with 3/4 cups of cheddar and a 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese but otherwise even as is we thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you breezermom, made for Went To Market tag game.

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I'mPat November 01, 2011

Couldn't bring myself to peel the potatoes, & I was generous with the amount of crumbs, but other than those two things, I pretty much followed the recipe & found this side dish wonderfully tasty! Definitely a recipe I'll be keeping around, & am thinking of having these potatoes several times during the end-of-year holiday season! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in the Almost 5 Special Event]

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Sydney Mike September 28, 2011

Made this for dinner tonight using fingerling potatoes which I sliced but did not peel. I also used panko breadcrumbs because they crisp up so nicely while still being light in texture. I did add a pinch more rosemary then what the recipe calls for since 99% of the family loves it. The flavor was very nice however; the only drawback we found was that the cheddar made the dish quite greasy. I will definitely make this again however; I will experiment with other cheeses. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for the Best of 2010 Recipe Tag game.

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Chef Buggsy Mate March 21, 2011

Tasty and easy. I made about half of the recipe. Threw in a couple of glugs of vermouth after the onion was done sauteeing, vermouth really goes nicely with this, and it helped deglaze the pan. Missed putting in the butter with the breadcrumbs (used panko), it still turned out great. I cut my potatoes into small dice, and that worked quite nicely.

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duonyte December 11, 2010

These potatoes are amazing! I made as written but used dried rosemary. I cut my potatoes small and they were done in 50 minutes. Next time I will make the whole recipe instead of half so there are leftovers for me too, not just DHs lunch! Made for 123Hits.

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AZPARZYCH November 15, 2010

These potatoes are scrumptious! I had some doubts about what the cheese would do without there being any sauce, what it did was become that wonderful crusty, chewey cheese that everyone always want from the corners of baked dishes but all over. The potatoes stay nice and soft and the rosemary in the crumbs add just the right flavor with the cheese. I doubled the crumbs but not the rosemary, I only had dried so I halved the amount. My onion was on the skimpy size and I would definitely add more next time. I baked this for almost 90 minutes, I could have done a little less but was waiting for my DH to get home for dinner, they weren't quite done at an hour. I served this with grilled salmon and they went quite well together. Thanks Breezer for another great recipe!

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momaphet October 06, 2010
Rosemary Cheese-Crusted Potatoes