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Very good. However I did tweek it a little since I don't really care for fennel. I drizzled the potatoes with basil flavored olive oil and topped with cheddar cheese and fresh chives out of my garden.

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lori.spreitzer June 14, 2010

I used fingerling potatoes and enjoyed them! Thanks!

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Sharon123 November 03, 2008

Very good. I was looking for a fennel recipe and thought this looked interesting. Super simple and easy. Made no changes or substitutions. Served with Maple Glazed Ham Steak and Tomatoes in Mayonnaise. I can see myself preparing these again, and trying some of the variations. Had some leftovers which reheated well: microwave until lukewarm and put in toaster oven at 450-500 for approx. 5mins.

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KellyMae September 01, 2008

Well these are just gems. They are so much better than ordinary baked potatoes with sour cream in my opinion!! If you're baking 'em anyway why not smash 'em!! I did not have fenned seeds but I did use some celery seeds, granulated garlic, carraway seeds and parmesan cheese with the olive oil. Just terrific. Thank you CookingMonster.

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Tebo May 15, 2005
Smashed Potatoes