- 4 potatoes (medium, scrubbed, not peeled)
- 4 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (onion powder & pepper)
- 1/2 teaspoon parsley
- salt (to taste)
- 4 tablespoons fresh parmesan cheese (divided)
PER SERVING *
|Calories290Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Wendy Dumais 25 days ago
Good, will make again.
Shawn 26 days ago
perfect! will make again
Tim 7 Sep
I can't really say because my oven must be hotter than it says. I burnt several. It's a good idea though and I will try again and watch closer next time
Darlene 31 Aug
very tasty! leave in 5 more minutes if you like it extra crispy!
Mace H. 2 Jul
Very tasty did them on the grill so they were a bit crowded so didn’t get crispy, but the flavor was great. Will definitely do again
Savi 21 Jun
Nice and crispy! Instant hit with everyone at home
April G. 17 Feb
Mandolin slicer cut them too thin so I stacked them double high in the oven. Came out nice and crispy.
Sean J. 16 Jan
I'm not sure if 450 is right. after 15 mins they were black
Mimi 6 Jan
AMAZING so easy and a guest dinner pleaser!
Alhamaideh 9 Dec 2017
Very tasty recipe , I used the same ingredients but added dried parsley to the seasoning oil
Jordan Fergus 9 Nov 2017
Great recipe and I've used it lots of times since I found it on here.
Diamond H. 11 Aug 2017
My grandsons love this dish
LaShay Jackson 24 Jun 2017
Loved this!! Quick and easy!
lauren w. 27 May 2017
Delish. I did have to turn temp down and cook longer to get crispy but not burnt. Very yummy!
Grace Brott 19 Apr 2017
These were great! I also added some ranch seasoning to give it some extra flavor. They weren't as brown as pictured and didn't need to be cooked as long. For me it was about 20 mins at 4:50.
ALICIA D. 14 Apr 2017
Love this! You can season the potatoes in a bowl or straight on the baking dish. Very easy and cooks quickly.
Igor Waraxe 19 Feb 2017
Easy. Yummy. Definitely recommend to cook if you are short of time. But not so often. I usually cook it once in two weeks as an emergency recipe.
Rachel Estepp 7 Feb 2017
These were sooooo easy to make. My brother was stealing them before I could even get them off the pan. Went great with steak and salad.
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Laura D. 12 Jan 2017
VERY VERY yummy ,I Love TO Cook and Bake SO THIS site is helpful for finding new recipes, I share with MY Family and Friends, keep UP the good Work
Nav 3 Jan 2017
Wow! This recipe is awesome, made it for a family holiday dinner and everyone (kids & adults) loved it! The sour cream and green onions dip goes amazing with the potatoes! Make sure you totally press the potatoes into the cheese mixture so it sticks! Must try!!
Linda H. 12 Dec 2016
these sound yummy. Can't wait to make them maybe one night this week. They sound yummy plus it just sounds so good. Anything that is fried in any way seem to be soooooooo good! Lolol
Peeve B. 19 Sep 2016
Made these tonight with grated cheddar cheese instead of parmesan, worked out great made the potatoes extra crispy.
Sweet Pea F. 15 Aug 2016
Delicious! No changes or add ons needed. Just make sure to use parchment paper to make it easier to plate them.
Kimberly a. 11 May 2016
Preheat oven to 450 degrees and line a pan with parchment paper. Slice potatoes ¼" thick and toss with olive oil seasoning and 2 tablespoons of parmesan cheese. Bake in a single layer about 30 minutes or until browned, flipping potatoes after 15 minutes. Once browned, top with remaining 2 tablespoons parmesan cheese and bake an additional 5 minutes or until cheese bubbles and browns.
Christine Mcdermott 20 Mar 2016
These are a hit in my house the temp is too hot I cooked them at 400 and they were great... You could serve these with just about anything and they are quick & easy to make also inexpensive
Nancy B. 6 Mar 2016
This is great however, when looking at the photo provided, the recipe leaves out the chopped scallions. We found they add a lot to the dish. We added them after we took them out of the oven, before we put them on the serving dish. I believe the recipe should be corrected to add that ingredient. Great recipe!
Dot H. 24 Feb 2016
Excellent! Agree with other comments in that the temperature needs to be lowered- after the first 15 minutes, I lowered the oven to 400 degrees, as they started to burn at 450. Flavor and crunch was wonderful.
Adaire D. 20 Feb 2016
Delicious! I would definitely make this again. I served it with a Greek orzo pasta salad & salmon. I would agree with some above comments about temperature being too hot. Will try lower temp next time. Careful not to burn, will burn quickly at recommend temp!
Shelley P. 15 Feb 2016
Very good! We had as a side with steak. Love the comment on dipping them with sour cream or pico de gallo..will try that next time!