Greek Potato Bake

"Delicious potatoes and tomatoes with wine make a side dish to be proud of."
photo by Midwest Maven photo by Midwest Maven
photo by Midwest Maven
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  • Preheat the oven to 200°C/gas 6.
  • Place the potatoes, thyme, garlic and tomatoes in a roasting tray. Season with salt and freshly ground pepper.
  • Pour over the olive oil and white wine, mixing well.
  • Cover the roasting tray with kitchen foil, sealing the edges well.
  • Bake for 30 minutes until the tomatoes are pulpy and the potatoes are falling apart.

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  1. I used 4 small to med. russet potatoes and almost a pint of grape tomatoes. I had an opened bottle of late harvest wine in the fridge. That went well. Next time I may add a little more garlic but other than that these were great. Served with grilled chicken.
  2. Wonderfully simple and quick to make recipe which I made exactly to the easy-to-follow instructions, except for the addition of some oregano and some kalamata olives. We enjoyed this with KateL’s Italian Meatloaf by B H & G 307010. Like Chef Kate, I loved the wine in this. It being in the ingredients meant I didn't have to find a way of sneaking it in! Thanks for sharing! 1-2-3 Hit Wonders 2008.
  3. I also used grape tomatoes that I cut in half. This was a great potato dish and really easy too. I also sprinkled in some all purpose Greek seasoning and it was yummy, thanks! Made this for ZWT4 for the Chic Chefs.
  4. I used grape tomatoes and new potatoes. I loved the thyme and the wine in this. Excellent, Marra! Thanks.

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