Zip N Steam Garlic Parmesan Potatoes

"These are so good. They use the new Ziploc Zip N Steam bags. I used the large size. So simple and so good. And idiot-proof, because I used the bag upside down, and they were fine. I would think you could make these in a regular steamer, but I don't have one, so I don't know how!! Give these a try, I think you'll be as thrilled as I was!"
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  • Make sure the potatoes are all chopped about the same size, so they will cook evenly.
  • Put all ingredients into the Zip N Steam Bag, and smoosh them around so they get all good and mixed up.
  • Place the bag right side up, and microwave for 14 minutes, or the amount of time indicated on your bag.
  • Wait one minute, open and serve! Enjoy!

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  1. These were very tasty and easy to make. I like oven roasted potatoes better but these are great when you don't have a lot of time. I served them with a roasted chicken and roasted cauliflower and broccoli.
  2. I made these several weeks ago while we were in the midst of a terrible heat wave. I must say that I prefer oven-roasted potatoes, but it was certainly nice not having to turn on the oven and heat up the kitchen. This was the first time I had used one of these bags, and it worked quite well. Thanks for posting!
  3. Thank you for this recipe, it is easy, taste is great with no added fat. I used the small bag, followed recipe exactly. My 3 potatoes were done in 8 minutes, they were probably smaller. DH who hates parmesan asked me to make them again today. LOL


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