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I love doing potatoes in the oven this way. They don't take too long and go well with lots of dishes - especially fish and chicken. The liquid will dry out during the cooking - that's the idea - but add a little more towards the end if needed. I made them to go with the Mediterranean Lemon Chicken recipe from this site.
I always try to use Golden Wonders or large baking potatoes - waxy or new potatoes don't crisp up as much. This recipe involves par-boiling them first before roasting, so they all cook evenly and are fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
Make plenty of these crispy, crunchy roasties, as everyone will want seconds! This easy recipe will be your go-to for roasties.
A great way to spice up new potatoes. These crispy oven-roasted potatoes are seasoned with paprika, dried herbs and garlic.
This method of cooking potatoes is unlike anything you'll get by just roasting. The way the crusty, crunchy edges outside contrast with the rich and creamy inside is truly a magical thing. Requires a lot of effort but worth it for a special occasion.
This has all the appeal of a fabulous Sunday roast but cooks in a fraction of the time. Enjoy the crispy duck and aromatic potatoes with steamed cauliflower florets and a leaf salad. Delicious!
Roast potatoes are another classic accompianment to go along side a traditional Christmas dinner, or just an average Sunday lunch. I can promise you, hand on heart, that these are the best roast potatoes - and so simple!
Delicious roast potatoes combined with carrots and seasoned with olive oil, garlic, rosemary and thyme. A tasty side to almost any meal!
Your crispy roast potato dreams are answered with this recipe! Potatoes are coated with a light Parmesan cheese mixture and roasted till golden with an irresistible crunch.
Recipe for a delicious roast haggis. If you are not a fan of stodgy boiled potatoes or turnips and prefer your haggis lighter and crunchier, then this recipe makes a delicious meal.