Roasted Baby Potatoes

Roasted Baby Potatoes

 

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Roasted Baby Potatoes

Look at these savory Roasted Baby Potatoes. Don't these little darlings look mouthwatering delicious? They are crispy on the outside and soft sponge-like in the center. These Roasted Baby Potatoes are delectable bites of scrumptiousness. Once you try them that's it you will be forever hooked, I guarantee this!

Roasted Baby Potatoes will even taste better if they come from your own garden. Here's a bit of tip, these are seasonal potatoes so when you find them, don't be stingy buy more than you need. Even if you have never cooked before and you give this recipe a shot, no one will come close to finding out about your cooking skills. Amaze your family and friends today.

This simple recipe for oven-roasted potatoes makes a great side dish for so many meals. Using a pound of baby potatoes or new potatoes, olive oil, salt and pepper, the potatoes take just a few minutes to prep before roasting.

Roasted Baby Potatoes is a dish that is cooked all over Greece especially on the Greek Islands. If you order this dish in a Greek tavern in Greece chances are they local potatoes thus the superb taste of these tiny bite-sized potatoes. They are an excellent choice for a side dish they can accompany various dishes and the best thing is: you don't have to peel them just clean them, make sure there's no soil on them toss them and bake.

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All the ingredients that I used you can grab them right here: 

The baby potatoes but them at your local store

Oregano or this Oregano

Garlic

Mint

Rosemary


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Ingredients

  • 2.2 pounds Baby Potatoes
  • 1 teaspoon oregano
  • 6 cloves garlic (chopped)
  • 1 tablespoon rosemary
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup Olive Oil
  • 1 tablespoon fresh mint (optional)

Instructions

  1. Fill your sink with water add your potatoes to the water and scrub them very well with your kitchen sponge. Make sure all the soil is off. Place in your colander allow for them to drip. When they are ready, slice them halfway (Don't halve) and add them to your pan.

  2. In your pan add all the ingredient and mix very well. Leave your olive oil for last. You can also throw one or two garlic whole in the pan. Once you have mixed everything very well spread the potatoes evenly in the pan. Add your olive oil and water

TIP: I also add a 1/2 cup of water you

Cover with parchment paper, bake at 400 Farenheit for about 45 minutes or until baked nicely with a golden color and a crispy outside.

KALE OREXI!!!

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