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Great recipe ~Dancer. My dh & I both enjoyed these tasty taters very much. They were so easy to make and they crisped up beautifully. Thanks for sharing your treat. I will make these again. :)
These are great & easy!! I love that they are boiled !st- makes them even more scrumptious!! The olive oil mixture on these is SUPERB!! All of them did not get broiled (even though I stirred them), but the ones that did were so good , I'll make sure more do next time!!Thanks for sharing (b/c I do not watch Emeril!!) ;)
This is Emerill's recipe.
Absolutely a delicious recipe. This is a "Do ahead" recipe. I got them all ready and then 40 minutes before dinner popped them into a 375 degree oven. I turned them a few times and they came out golden, crisp outside and soft inside - My guests loved them Thanks for posting Dancer
These potatoes were great. I made them twice this week - once for some friends, once for my husband. They were a hit with both! I used less oil and broiled them on HI about 4 inches from the heat for only about 15 minutes. Fab!
These got done pretty quickly since I put them in a bowl of water in the microwave to boil first. Then exactly 25 minutes in the oven and we had crisped potatoes. I also used less than the 1/4 cup of oil, and I didn't weigh the 5 Yukon Gold potatoes I cooked so don't know if I had 2 pounds or more or less. Served with your Apricot Chicken Thighs.
I reduced tha amount of oil to just a few tablespoons and tossed with the seasoning. It worked well for me. I liked the fact that the potatoes are preboiled in this recipe....it cut the oven time on a hot day. I will prepare these again.
This is exactly how I make tiny red new potatoes. Love the flavor of the potatoes with the olive oil (I don't use that much oil....usually just enough to coat), fresh rosemary, fresh pepper, garlic, salt (I use Kosher salt). These also turn out wonderful loosely wrapped in foil on the grill. I highly recommend this recipe to serve w/ lamb!