Recipe by Krista B
"Spicy potatoes to add a kick to dinner."
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red potatoes, cubed
This recipe is a winner. My family is fond of spicy foods and I made them in place of the usual spanish rice with our burrito dinner. I will definitely make these again. I used Yukon gold potatoes and substituted the onion salt for onion powder and kosher salt (what I had on hand). They were perfect. We had a few left over and they quickly went the next day. Thanks for the recipe!
Apparently these were not for us. I didn't read the reviews before making, and I think that I should have. I thought they were way too spicy and I honestly couldn't eat them. They just didn't suit our tastes. Sorry, still thank you for posting.
These are really good - but my daughter found them to be too spicy. I used onion powder instead of onion salt (only b/c if salt is needed - I let us add to our individual servings) and I stirred the oil/spices in the shallow casserole dish I used until all the potatoes were coated well before popping this in the oven. Went great with our pork dinner and I'll make this again - perhaps playing with the amt of spices a tad until my daughter's tastebuds can handle this spicier sidedish. Thanks a bunch Krista!
Yum. I loved this recipe. My husband supposedly doesn't like red potatoes, but he couldn't get enough of these. I changed the recipe a bit by mixing the oil and spices and then coating the boiled potatoes in the mixture before roasting.
The kids gobbled these up! I cut the spices in half and used russet potatoes cut into wedges and the entire batch was gone at the end of dinner. Thanks!
I made this with sweet potatoes and was a real a hit. Of course we love spicy!! BevF
Spicy (even for my stepson) so knocking down the "hot" level a few notches. Otherwise, we all had seconds because we wanted to not because we had to eat the dish or throw it out. Not bad.
This will be made from now on.My hubby likes them so much he asked for them for Fathers Day breakfast.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 67
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