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I made these to accompany a wonderful steak, and they were great. But I really think they'd be great fresh out of the oven for an after school snack, or to enjoy at halftime. I had small potatoes, fresh from the earth from my local co-op, so I reduced the cooking time. The were delicious! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT!

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breezermom June 19, 2011

These came out wonderfully crispy on the outside and tender and fluffy inside. Well, I cheated a little by boiling them a bit first because DH says my roasted potatoes always come out too dry. I used sazon completo (Goya and Badia both make a version) and some home made cayenne pepper to season them. They also made excellent hash browns (I added some onions and chopped the potatoes smaller).

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threeovens June 14, 2011

Wonderful!! Made these to go with our dinner of Surprise Coated Crisp Fish Filets#94195 and a wedge salad and we gobbled these right down. I did cut the recipe in half, used red potatoes cut into chunks and used a mixture of dried basil, thyme a little oregano and garlic powder. Definately one to make again. It only took about 30-35 minutes to cook but that could be because my chunks weren't too large. Thank you for posting. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup ~~ Jan-June 2013 tag game.

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mama smurf May 13, 2013

I only made one change to this recipe.... I had a 1/2 a packet of Italian herbs and seasoning in the cupboard and used this as the herb ingredient.
This is one wonderful recipe, the potato's were amazing and the flavour with the herbs was just fantastic. Tiny pieces of roast potato with so much flavour!
This family enjoyed these so much.
A recipe that will used quite often now during winter....Thanks **Jubes**

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Tisme March 08, 2013

I used a mix of different colored baby potatoes for this. Also used thyme and steak seasoning.
This is a great way to make potatoes and the taste was very good. I really enjoyed this recipe. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7-Switzerland.

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CJAY June 29, 2011

I used garlic, basil and black pepper in making these potatoes. The flavor was yummy! Made for ZWT 7 Count Dracula and his Hot Bites.

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Dreamgoddess June 26, 2011

Jubes these are great. I made a whole batch even though there are two of us. I planned and did use these for a picnic dinner and for breakfast the next day microwaved for 2 min. They were fantastic both times!!! I did use garlic and no-salt seasoning for my spices. DH loves these as well. These will be made often and as a full batch as they are easily reheated and have great flavors. Made for ZWT 2011.

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Chef1MOM-Connie June 25, 2011

These potatoes are so yummy. I used red potatoes not baby potatoes. I cut them in big chunks. I used just a little bit of salt. I used dried italian seasoning and montreal steak seasoning. 45 minutes and they were perfect. Crispy outside and tender inside. Thanks Jubes :) Made for Count Dracula and His Hot Bites for ZWT7

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Boomette June 24, 2011

Really nice potatoes. Instead of salt, I used garlic salt and used Mrs. Dash spicy for the seasonings as I love a little spice with my breakfast potatoes. Easy and good - doesn't get any better than that! Thanks Jubes for yet another good keeper. Made for ZWT7 for the Emerald City Shakers.

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lazyme June 23, 2011

These had a really nice flavor and were super easy to throw together. I used a garlic butter seasoning for the seasoned salt and thyme for the herb. I also added a bit of chopped white onion when tossing the potatoes in spices. Mine didn't get a crisp crust from the flour, but perhaps the wetness from the onion contributed to that, so I will definitely try again without it!

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under12parsecs June 21, 2011
Seasoned Baked Potato Chunks