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Excellent! A great way to make potatoes. I especially liked the Cajun seasoning. Easy to prepare!Thanks for sharing this recipe, Bergy!

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Miss Annie December 07, 2002

Not really hash browns are they? They're roasted potatoes, and as such are quite nice. I suggest letting these bad boys bake for about 30 and then pan frying em in oil and then you'll actually have cajun crispy hash browns that are really hash browns.

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Jeff #631750 April 04, 2008

Great recipe. I made them with sweet potatoes and omitted the chili powder. My husband and I loved these "hash browns" and will definitely have them again.

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Cooking in New Orleans June 26, 2007

Wonderful recipe! Easy and delicious! I changed the spices up a bit to better compliment my other dishes. Three adults and 2 small children finished this whole recipe off! Thanks Bergy!

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Junebug December 11, 2003

I just love to find another way to make potatoes (Irish, ya know!) and this is great. The only thing I did different was to blend all the spices along with the olive oil in a large bowl - so I could get some work done ahead of time. Then I just tossed the parboiled potatoes into the bowl to coat, and baked as noted. This recipe can also be halved for serving just the two of us. Thanks, Bergy!

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KeyWee September 10, 2003

These were really yummy. I cut them a tiny bit to thin and some of them turned out like barbequed potato chips. I scaled the potato part down for 2 people but forgot to scale down the seasonings so I save the rest to shake on top of other foods too. So now I have a yummy cajun style seasoning to use also! Thanks Bergy!

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Malriah December 07, 2002

I love this recipe; it has become my favourite way to eat potatoes! A+!

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msannethropy January 18, 2010

Because I was running short on time, I did not peel and cook the potatoes beforehand. I just cut the potatoes and left the skin on and followed the rest of the instructions. I also used 1/8 cup of olive oil so I could cut the calories a little...and that worked fine. This made a ton, so I was able to enjoy these a second and third time. YUM! Thanks for a super yummy and easy recipe.

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Annette NC July 14, 2009

Very nice recipe, but follow the directions for the spices. I mixed them in with the oil, but then it was hard to cover all the potatoes. Next time I'll follow the seasoning directions. To speed up the cooking time, you can place the potatoes with 2 TBS of water in a dish and microwave for 3 minutes, then put them in the oven. That will cut the baking time down to 20-25 minutes.

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Naturalchild March 30, 2009

Good, flavorful potato dish that does not need any additional condiments. Nice flavor, not too spicy. I used red potatoes, so I left the skin on.

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Ginny Sue August 10, 2008
Cajun Style Oven Hash Browns