These potatoes were great, making slices in the potato is such a wonderful idea, I was able to get the spices into and on every slice....I used fresh minced garlic, with chopped green onions along with thyme and seasoning salt, drizzled them with melted butter, and grated cheese (I used mozza cheese) then popped them in the oven, I baked mine at 350 degrees, I thought that they might get too brown and dry at a higher temp. they took approx. 1 hour to bake...I made these to go with your delicious Fireplace chicken Fireplace Chicken... Instead of rice we had these potatoes...this is a wonderful potato recipe, one that I will be making again ...thank you Toolbelt for a wonderful dinner, my family enjoyed it so much :-)
I made these with red potatoes and left the skin on. They were awesome. I did half butter and half olive oil mixed together with fresh green onions, salt, and pepper. Added sea salt on the top and baked for 50 minutes. Topped these with cheese and parmsean cheese and baked another 10 minutes.They needed about 5 minutes longer just hecause the bottoms are not cut and were a little under done. I would love to try with different topping like feta or bacon. These are definitely better than french fries.
Yummy. I used a small amount of fresh rosemary chopped fine. Easy Peasy.
Really good, I used small potatoes as they were all I had, I would recomend using medium potatoes or larger as mine turned out kinda dry. But the flavor was great.
Keep forgetting to rate this recipe. Made these at least 5 times now. They are great. I melt butter with some chopped garlic and brush on top of potatoes, then at the end of 50 min. I sprinkle with the 2 cheeses and put back in oven for 10-15 min. as per instructions. Thanks for posting a great recipe. Crisp on the outside and tender and creamy on the inside.
I used the toaster oven to cook mine, which turned out ok. I was a little disappointed with how dry they turned out. I think I will go back to normal baked potatoes next time. Thanks anyway.
My mother used this recipe for years, placing the potatoes (minus the cheese and herbs) alongside of her prime rib roast. We know them as "Swedish Potatoes." The drippings from the roast really flavored the potatoes. Just one note: they are not nearly as good if they are "nuked" in the microwave first. It changes the texture. Thanks for posting.
These were great. I really like this alot because I love a bit more of a crispy potato and I could let it cook a little longer to make the top crispy. A real change of pace and a healthier alternative to sliced fried potatoes. I made these a few days ago and I am already making again. Thanks for the recipe and great idea!
A great way to eat potatoes. I topped with cheddar and parmesan cheese, chives, and small pieces of bacon. Delicious!
I'm not sure I can ever go back to baking a potato the "old way". These were delicious! Thank you for a wonderful recipe. I love presentation and this definitely made me happy!