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I quartered the potatoes and used half butter, half olive oil instead of all butter. It came out exactly what I was picturing, and went beautifully with my Easter lamb dinner.
Super great red potatoes! I quartered mine and used olive oil. Also added a fair amount of parsley flakes-I love the contrast of green on red.
Great on the grill! I chunked the potatoes, dumped all in a square aluminum disposable pan and set on the grill uncovered, then moved it to a higher rack when soft. The potatoes crisped nicely, and the flavor was very good. Used wine, did not use the dill, will next time. So little work with such good results. . . . Janet
Very nice side to a German dinner. I used an amber bock beer & the full amounts of spices. Served with Schweinebraten-Marinated Pork Loin Chops for ZWT6.
I halved the potatoes. And I baked an extra 20-30 minutes to have them a little bit crispy. The taste is really good. Thanks Chelle :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT
I really enjoyed these. I cooked as posted, except I removed the cover during the last 30 minutes so mine would crisp up a bit. Enjoyed these with Steaks With Stilton Cheese Sauce. Thanks for sharing!
Another great potato recipe! I used russets as that is what I had on hand otherwise made as posted. Like getting most of my meal in the oven and this worked great plus gave me a good excuse to enjoy a glass of wine before dinner. Served with Veal Chops With Carmelized Onion and Stilton Sauce, Roasted Cauliflower, Lavender, Rosemary and Garlic, and Old-Fashioned Fruit Crumble (For Two). Thanks for posting ~Mommy Diva. Made for Unrulies Under the Influence during ZWT6 tour of Great Britain.
Very tasty and easy recipe! Flavorful but mild enough to suit a variety of tastes. Thank you.
These were really good!! I did cook mine for a lot longer, not really sure the exact time it took. Made exactly as stated and DH said these were the best he ever had. Thanks!!
These are excellent! I'm so glad you posted this recipe. We will definately make them again.