Seasoned Potatoes

"These were really tasty. I think you could add any spice you like to the flour mixture."
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • In a large resealable plastic bag, combine flour, parmesan cheese and paprika.
  • Cut potatoes into thin wedges OR small bite size chunks.
  • Dip potato pieces in milk, then place in the bag of flour/cheese mixture.
  • Toss the bag to coat.
  • Place potatoes in a greased baking dish and drizzle with 2 tbsp of the melted butter.
  • Bake uncovered at 400 for 20 minutes.
  • Stir, turn potatoes, then drizzle with remaining butter and bake for an additional 20-25 minutes.
  • Serve with sour cream dip.

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  1. These are a favorite w/ my family. Cubed them into a bowl w/ a little canola oil, then put them in the baggie of seasonings and shook. Everything stuck to the potatoes and had a great outcome. Used a variety of seasonings ~ "Johnny's" seasoning salt, garlic pwd, onion salt, pepper, it made a wonderful side dish for our steaks. Thanks for posting, it's a great recipe.
  2. These turned out really nice but I found my cheese didn't really stick to the spuds..maybe a more powdered parmesan would be better than a grated. I only had to drizzle butter over at the start and this was enough. My potatoes were crisp and lovely & golden and didn't stick to the pan..yay! I didn't do the dip but thanks for posting!
  3. These were very good....loved how they turned out crispy on the outside. I didn't use butter, but used rendered meat fat to give a nice additional flavor. I used the paprika, along with coriander. I also did not make the dip, simply because I just wanted a roasted potato recipe, however, the dip looks divine. I may try that next time, or just make it to use on the leftovers. Thanks!
  4. Easy recipe. I didn't make the dip; I don't like sour cream. The husband (very picky) even liked it. I added garlic and dill to the flour mixture. Even better the next day cut up and fried.



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