Parmesan Roasted Potato Bites
Do you love baked potatoes? They are super easy to make and go with pretty much everything. Why not try a new recipe to spice them up a little bit? Parmesan Roasted Potato Bites are just the right mix of cheese, potato, and spices that will get your mouth watering every time. These are super simple and easy to make. This is also a recipe that can allow for lots of alterations. This means that you can add your own spices, cheeses, and other cooking goods, in order to make this your own unique recipe! Actually this website, Thibeaults Table, shows how you can make more than just this side dish recipe.
When trying different options with this recipe, don’t forget that you can try different potatoes as well! If you are a fan of red potatoes, the beauty is that, even with the different kinds you will still be able to make a wonderful mean your whole family will love. One of the major secrets to making this recipe the best it can be is to always parboil the potatoes that are going to be roasted. The Parmesan and garlic used on these really take this potatoes up a full notch. They go from just potatoes, to magically delicious works of art! One of the best parts about this potato recipe is that it is simple to make! Only requiring a few ingredients such as potatoes (obviously), Parmesan, garlic, parsley, olive oil, salt, and pepper! After you have gotten these you simply put it all together, preheat the oven throw ‘em in there and you are done! These are very simple and easy. If you need a delicious quick dinner idea, you like all the ingredients I have listed, and would like to try them go ahead and take a look at the step by step recipe instructions.
Once your oven is preheated to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, you can cut up your potatoes into cubes or wedges. Then bring a pot of water to boil. Add the cut up potatoes into the boiling water, and cook for three to six minutes depending on the size of the potatoes. As the potatoes are cooking you can put some oil into a cast iron frying pan, or other heavy pan and heat it in the oven. Once the boils are parboiled you can drain them, and put them back into the pot. Put the pot back on the burner and shake the pot around a bit so that the dry potatoes rough up their surface a bit, this will help the potatoes develop the perfect crispy crust when roasting. Next add the potatoes to the hot oil, and toss the potatoes around to coat them. Then put them into the oven to roast, stirring once or twice. When the potatoes are cooked, you can sprinkle them with some fresh garlic and parmesan cheese, some salt and pepper and keep on roasting then until they are tender, turn the potatoes at least once more so they brown up evenly. When they are roasted to the way you like, toss then with a bit of fresh chopped parsley.
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