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Quick and Easy Oven Roasted Red Potatoes

Oven Roasted Red Potatoes

 

What a busy week this has been. For some reason with the 4th of July being on Thursday last week, it still has me a little off on what day it should be. I feel like today should be Friday not Wednesday.. got a ways to go!! Hopefully though having a normal weekend will throw be back on track :-)!

The other night I was hunting around for a new  oven roasted red potato recipe to test out. I found one on All Recipes that looked pretty good, I didn’t have all the ingredients fully on hand so I substituted some things. I thought they turned out pretty good, a bit dull on flavor so next time I will add more mustard and honey probably. Overall, they were good, and Adam really liked them as well. At first he said he was thinking that he wouldn’t but ended up liking them. He also said it would be better if it had a bit more flavor. But, you might like them as is, it is just how you prefer your food, packed full of flavor or nice and light. We are a full flavor kind of people :-)!

Ingredients

  • 1 pound red potatoes, quartered
  • 1 tsp dehydrated onions (you can use real if you have on hand)
  • 2 tbs melted butter
  • 2 tbs honey
  • 1 tbs mustard
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. You want to quarter your red potatoes. Once they are cut up toss in a ziploc bag or bowl.
  2. Then add all other ingredients and mix until potatoes are nicely coated.
  3. Put the potato mixture into a greased pan (I used 9×13) in a single layer.
  4. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 35-40 minutes or until potatoes are done. I stirred my potatoes a few times while they were cooking. This helped get the sauce on them and to help them not stick.

 

Roasted Red Potatoes

 

Don’t mind my pan in the picture, haha it is used often! But as you can see by stirring the potatoes throughout it helps make them golden brown throughout, and such. They did turn out pretty good, and I will probably make them again in the future. Of course I am always playing with flavors so I will change it up a little. Hope you guys enjoy them as well. Remember if you want more flavor you can always add extra mustard, honey, or a seasoning your family enjoys!

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    • Kelsey says

      I was a bit worried how it would turn out with mustard, as I don’t normally think of things like that :-)! I was pleasantly surprised! Thanks for stopping by Janice!

  1. Sabrina Radke says

    Now this I can do! Lol! I am not the greatest chef but am always looking for yummy and easy recipes, these look delicious!

  2. Brett says

    these look easy enough that i could handle them LOL

    we did potatoes in our garden this year so i’m going to have a TON of potato dishes to make this fall!

    • Kelsey says

      Oh sweet on having them in your garden! It has been excessively hot here in Kansas so we aren’t doing a garden we tried a few tomatoes and they died from the extreme heat. So enjoy some garden goodies for me :-)!

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