It's ok. I wanted something more crispy & it needed salt.
My new favorite way to bake potatoes! I thought the spice blend was perfect (although I added a little more cayenne b/c I like it hot). I can't wait to try it with other spices. These are FANTASTIC!
These are great and really pretty easy to put together! Great tip with the wooden spoon...worked perfectly! I cooked the potatoes at 425 degrees and they came out crispy and brown on top and soft and fluffy on the inside. The only change I made was to add a little extra cayenne cause we like things spicy. Yum!
These were great!!! I didn't have small red potatoes, so I took the large red potatoes I had and quartered them.....they might have even been better because the exposed raw side seemed to absorb the wonderfully taste-y sauce. My family loved it.
These were easy and good. I liked how the top was crispy and the inside was soft. Thanks!
Very good. They definitely didn't last long in my house. The kids gobbled them up before I could even think about having a second one. Thanks!!!
These were good. I thought it was hard to get the topping between the layers. I used my brush and fingers, but I ended up breaking the potatoes apart. They also did not brown up as much as I would have liked. I guess I will try a higher temperature. I don't remember the temperature that I used since I made these a while back and am just now getting around to rate them. The presentation is a neat idea and the directions were great! Thanks for sharing.
We loved these potatoes.........easy & vesatile to make the recipe with herbs or spices.....thanks! Will make these again!
Easy to prepare, and the kids liked how they looked, all fanned open. Not too spicy.