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I used chili infused avocado oil with a few slivers of butter instead of olive oil. I grilled them instead of baking since the potatoes were technically already cooked. I also added some dry Italian herbs after grilling. Yum!

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Nirvana14 January 21, 2013

I loved the method for making these but mine didn't crisp up at all and I baked them for 30 minutes. Mine were also lacking in salt so next time I will add that with the olive oil so the potatoes are salted all over.

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Jen in Victoria, BC November 10, 2012

mmmm, amazing was the verdict from my husband and kids! I used your technique for making them but added Parmesan and some crushed garlic. I also cooked them longer in the oven to make them extra crispy as we like them, the middle was still nice and soft though. I don't buy baby potatoes often because they are so expensive compared to buying a big bag of Russets, but they are my hubby's favorite so when I found them cheaper than usual at Walmart I decided to treat him, and a treat it was! I used half Yellow and half Red, and I hope Walmart keeps them cheap because I think they are our new favorite potato dish!

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jomom75 December 16, 2010

Couldn't wait for them to cool after broiling, and finished them the last 5 min under the broil. Very good.

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mommymakeit4u June 12, 2010

5 star all the way - Great tasting, attractive potato recipe. I used little new white potatoes, no olive oil - just a spray of "No Oil" and they browned beautifully Thanks Jo for a keeper

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Bergy May 28, 2009

At first I thought these were merely good, but the more I ate them the more addictive they became. I smashed them pretty flat and they got nice and crispy on the outside, tender and sweet on the inside. I will definitely make these again and again. I think next time I will toss them with the olive oil and seasonings after I smash them. Thank you for sharing this.

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Gina*S November 01, 2008

we loved these! perfectly soft in the middle and yummy and crispy on the outside! went great w/ rib-eyes and sweet corn!

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cookiemakin'mama September 05, 2008

Oh my goodness, was this recipe a great surprise....I even burned the bottoms alittle, thanks to my better half coming home later than usual and me being on recipezaar and not paying attention...And still they were fabulous....a must try...I used small yukons...

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CIndytc August 28, 2008

Yum! I used baby baby golden potatoes and boiled them in the microwave. Before roasting, I mixed in the olive oil with fresh minced garlic, kosher salt, and pepper.

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yogiclarebear August 11, 2008
Twice Cooked Baby Potatoes