Roasted Asiago Cheese Potatoes

"I love potatoes and I love asiago cheese, put the two together and YUM! I got this recipe from the local newspaper the TNT. It was a big hit with my friends and family."
photo by sloe cooker photo by sloe cooker
photo by sloe cooker
photo by GaylaJ photo by GaylaJ
photo by GaylaJ photo by GaylaJ
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  • Cut each potato into 1-inch cubes and place in a pot filled about 3/4-full with water.
  • Bring to boil.
  • Add salt to taste and boil potatoes for 5 minutes only.
  • Drain well and pat dry.
  • In a large bowl, stir together olive oil, salt garlic and pepper.
  • Add potatoes and toss to coat.
  • Spread the potatoes in an oiled roasting pan.
  • Roast at 450 degrees for about 30-45 minutes, turning the potatoes every 5-10 minutes to insure even roasting.
  • Cook potatoes until they are tender and brown.
  • Transfer to a serving dish, add the asiago cheese, parsley, and toss to coat evenly.
  • note- I don't peel my potatoes, but you are welcome to for this recipe if you like.

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  1. Fantastic! I used Yukon Golds, cut them into fairly large chunks, and pretty well eyeballed most of the ingredients. Since I was also tending to meat on the grill outside, I didn't turn them quite as often as recommended, maybe every 10-12 minutes for the full 45 minutes--they came out wonderfully crispy. The Asiago cheese melted throughout them was heavenly. Thanks for posting the recipe!
  2. What a treat! Only change was that I used more asiago cheese than called for. Using 8 ounces of grated cheese was prehaps too much, but it was so good. Thanks for sharing.
  3. pretty good. (will try smoked gouda next time!) used garlic olive oil!! sprinkled garlic salt and granulated garlic. thanks!
  4. I'm sorry to say that my experience was much like Abby Girl's. I used plenty of asiago (probably more than called for), but it didn't melt beautifully like in Gayla's pic. It got stringy, and you could barely even taste it. I'm thinking this must be a matter of technique somehow. I promise to experiment further and review again if I get the bottom of the problem.
  5. I was kinda disappointed with these potatoes because of all the good ratings this recipe was getting! I used baby potatoes the size of quarters. I pre-cooked them for about 4 minutes then put them under the broil for 15 minutes. I felt that the cheese did not melted enough and what was left was very stringy and as they cooled the cheese got hard. I would probably do these potatoes again, but either find a cheese that has better melting qualities or leave the cheese off and just having the roasted potatoes in the garlic oil.


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