Baked Potato With Rosemary

"This is very simple, and very tasty!"
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Scrub potatoes and slice 1/2" thick slices from end to end.
  • Keep each potato together.
  • I use individual ramekins to bake them in, but you can use a caserole dish that will hold the potatoes so they don't fall apart.
  • Brush some of the oil in the bottom of the ramekins and put one potato in each.
  • Spread the slices a little so they are kind of loose.
  • Brush the rest of the oil on the potatoes.
  • Sprinkle rosemary and salt on top and top with butter.
  • Bake 1 hour or until fork tender.
  • The whole thing should come right out together and can be served on plates.
  • Drizzle remaining oil and butter over top.

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  1. Tys Kitchen
    Very good and easy. Baked in ramekins and that worked really well. Four rating because it seemed to be missing something - maybe more rosemary? or we miss not having onions? or garlic? I will make as is for family but will try some experimenting ...
  2. mama smurf
    YUMMO!!! I made these last night for dinner to go along with a filet and a green salad and the smell in the kitchen was wonderful......I followed the directions except to add a little garlic salt to the rosemary and I didn't use much kosher salt at all. Definately will make these again. Made for French Forum -- Rosemary. Thank you!
  3. Velvet Elevator
    These potatoes are easy and never fail to make a great impression. I cook them until the pan drippings start to brown, and then top the potatoes with that. Delicious!
  4. Rosealicious Chef
    I never knew that a baked potato can taste this good!! WOW, so simple but full of flavor!! My only complaint is that it took me almost 2 hours to cook them and we were in a big hurry to leave after dinner. But hey, it was so worth the wait!! This would be an excellent side dish to serve for company because it’s so simple & you just put it in the oven & forget about it. Thanks for posting, Unkle Leo!
  5. Thymestudio
    Very good! Followed recipe exactly though it did take longer to cook than the time listed the results were perfection. Thanks for listing.



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