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Yum. I love almost anything Cajun and loved these with my breakfast. Easy and good. Thanks for sharing, Sharon. Made for Name That Ingredient Tag.
Wow, these potatoes are amazing! I had them with a salad for a main dish and DH had them as a side for his burger. I did cut down on the salt and increase the garlic a little, and I just eyeballed the spices. Other than that, made exactly as directed. It was so quick and easy to throw together, this will be a regular at my house from now on. Thank you, Sharon!
Potato dishes are always an easy sell in my family. This one is no exception. I loved the addition of the pepper. I used a red pepper rather than green as that was what I had in the fridge. This was served with stuffed peppers. Made for Sharon's Cookathon 2010.
YUM! I'm eating these taters for lunch and they're wonderful. I love the cayenne touch. I didn't have a bell pepper or onion so it's just the potatoes and that's just fine. Made for Sharon's Cookathon 2010.
What a perfect accompaniment to a steak!. I just wished that there was more seasoning on them. I think that next time I'll cut the potatoes in half and coat them all over. I used baby Yukon Golds. I should have cut the pepper into larger pieces because they were mostly black lumps and I skipped the onion. The seasoning is great, warm but no fire. This Recipenap in Veg Swap 16 is a keeper.
Very much enjoyed, made for a gathering of friends and well-received! I was generous with the peppers although I think I over-roasted them a bit, and I used whole baby onions, since I just adore roasted onions! I also used small potatoes and left them whole as far as possible. The herbs and spices were great, adding a pleasant savour, and all in all, an excellent dish to serve to friends. Or enjoy yourself!!! Recipe-napped for Vegetarian swap#16
I really enjoyed these, but DH & DS said they tasted like they were cooked with a can of tomatoes (don't ask me why! LOL). The only change I made was to use half red pepper & half green pepper because I had the red to use up. Super easy recipe & I loved the kick of cayenne! Thanks for sharing, Sharon. Made & enjoyed for October 2009 Think Pink tag. :)
Very Good. I just threw everything into a big baggie, mixed well and then put in greased baking dish. I did use less salt and doubled the olive oil. I added mushrooms since I had some that I needed to use up. Did not add the green pepper. Thanks Sharon. Made for Ausie Swap #28.
WOW, Sharon, these are absolutely scrumptious little things! I made them for dinner yesterday with just a few minor changes (used a whole onion, a little less oil, mixed bell peppers and regular pepper instead of the cayenne, cause I had none left) and they came out perfectly! I still cant get over the fact of how easy these are to prepare and how quick they were ready. The taste is incredible with the herbs and spices blending nicely. I would have never thought of adding in bell pepper, but it makes the dish very fruity and adds a great flavour to it. I will definitely make this recipe often again! Id luv to serve it with some herbed sour cream next time. Thanks so much for sharing this gem of a recipe with us, Sharon! Made and reviewed for Every Day is a Holiday Tag Game April 09.
I love roasted potatoes! These are very easy to make. They have good flavor but somethings just missing. For me they aren't spicy enough. I think the next time I make them I will throw in a little smokey cumin, some red pepper flakes, and zesty seasoned salt. I how ever would have to omit the regular salt. Thanks for the recipe. I will be making again. Newest Zaar Tag