Roasted Herb New Potatoes

"These are my favorite potatoes, and so easy. Be sure to use fresh herbs as they make the dish."
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  • Mix all ingredients on a large baking sheet with sides.
  • Toss to coat potatoes evenly with oil and herbs.
  • Turn potatoes so that cut side is down.
  • Sprinkle with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  • Roast in a 375 degree oven for 30 minutes or until done.
  • Serve with any oil/butter/herb mixture left in pan.

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  1. This recipe was a real treat. The herbs were all fresh from the garden. I boiled the potatoes for 5 minutes before getting them ready to roast.I cut the butter back (much as I love it). The potatoes turned out so tasty and good. A lovely compliment to a roast leg of lamb dinner
  2. good put in on foil on BBQ. easy to watch and turn over
  3. We enjoyed this tasty recipe very much. I will probably cut back some on the garlic next time, just because we prefer a milder garlic taste.


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