Spicy Potato Chunks

"Fat-free and yummy! These are a great side dish or snack."
photo by lazyme photo by lazyme
photo by lazyme
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  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  • Mix all ingredients except potatoes in a large bowl until you have a smooth paste.
  • Add the potato chunks a few at a time and stir to coat with seasoning paste. Repeat until all potatoes are coated.
  • Spread out on 2 nonstick baking sheets and bake for 30-45 minutes or until tender.

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  1. Zuleika L.
    Tasty, easy and very versatile. Next time I think I'll add some liquid of some sort so they don't get too dry. Thanks for the recipe! :-)
  2. lazyme
    These are good and smell wonderful while they are cooking. I followed the recipe as stated except that I used country Dijon because that's what I had. I did have some trouble getting the herb mixture to stick to the potatoes, so I added a little bit of olive oil to make it more of a paste. That seemed to help. The potatoes did dry out a little bit, so the next time I think I would add even more olive oil to 'grease' the potatoes a bit. But, all in all a very good dish. Thanks JeriBinNC.


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