So incase you never catch onto this little fact, I’ll go ahead and share it with you…I looooooove potatoes…pretty much in EVERY form, especially when you add cheese!
This has been my go to potato recipe for a long while now. I make them quite frequently and I’ve never had a complaint. They’re just so easy and delicious. How can you go wrong with either of those adjectives?
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
Start out by cubing up 6 red potatoes. You could probably use any kind of potato you have on hand, but red ones are my fave and just about the only kind I buy besides the occasional baking potato. Once you get them all cubed up pull out a baking dish and pour in 4 T. of olive oil and toss your cubed potatoes on top. Using your hand or a spoon try to cover them the best you can with the oil. Once you get them all nice and covered mix up the following in a small bowl: 1/2 t. of garlic, 3/4 t. of salt, 1.5 t. of paprika, 1/4 t. of black cracked pepper, and 5 T. of shredded parmesan cheese (the kind that comes in a plastic container that you sprinkle on pizza and spaghetti). After you get all those together and mixed up dump them on top of your oily potatoes and (once again) using your hands or a spoon toss them around making sure they’re completely covered as evenly as possible. Once you’re all done with those throw them in the oven for a TOTAL of 45 minutes, but remove them from the oven and stir every 15 minutes until time is up to ensure they don’t stick to the bottom of your baking pan. Enjoy! 🙂
What you’ll need…
- 6 red potatoes, cubed into 1 in. pieces
- 4 T. of olive oil
- 1/2 t. of garlic powder
- 3/4 t. of salt
- 1.5 T. of paprika
- 1/4 t. of fresh cracked pepper
- 5 T. of shredded parmesan cheese
How to do it…
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Cube all the potatoes into 1 in. pieces
- In a baking dish pour in 4 T. of olive oil. Add in potatoes and toss until covered
- Mix spices/cheese together and add to potato mixture. Toss and coat well.
- Put in oven, removing and stirring every 15 minutes for a total of 45 minutes.
- Enjoy! 🙂
Recipe from zoomyummy.com