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TheGrouperFingers
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Oven roasted new potatoes


Anyone have a solid recipe? I know it's pretty simple but I was curious if anyone blanched them first or just straight to the oven. Thanks.






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cbtullis
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I quarter them, then Blanche in salted water.
Melt some butter and garlic together. Toss potatoes with butter mixture and roast in oven for 15 mins at 450.
Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Season to taste after you take them out of oven






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Stadium Rat
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Google "Crash Hot Potatoes". Thank me later.




This post was edited on 10/3 at 11:41 am


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papz
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I'm definitely going to do this on the weekend. With some cheese too of course.






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TheGrouperFingers
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Thanking you now. Those look awesome.





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Gris Gris
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I think the crash hots were one of the first things I posted here. They're great and you can season them any way you like.

I don't do anything to roasted red potatoes before they go in the oven other than to cut them into chunks, toss in olive oil and S&P. They come out fine.

However, I've roasted red potatoes leftover from a crawfish boil and when they are pre-cooked (all the way), they are creamier on the inside and still crispy on the outside. I've sometimes cooked them in a bowl of water seasoned with crab boil in the microwave before roasting when I want that flavor. Either way, they work for roasting, though.






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CITWTT
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Absolutely no need to blanche them. Just quarter, add diced garlic and chopped onion, seasonings, and rolled around in a bit of olive oil. Oven at 375 til fork tender.


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Stadium Rat
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I think Crash Hot Potatoes is the best thing ever posted on the F&D Board.





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Motorboat
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Quarter them, toss in a bowl with veg oil, salt, pepper and rosemary. spread on a baking sheet in 400 degree oven. No blanching required.





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kage
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and rosemary


That's what I was going to say. I make a pretty mean potato hash and almost always add some chopped rosemary from the backyard.






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Rohan2Reed
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with roasted potatoes I leave the rosemary alone and just toss a couple of sprigs in the roasting pan then discard when done





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LSUTygerFan
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the wife just quarters them, coast them with olive oil and then mixes in a packet or two of lipton onion soup mix.





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Gris Gris
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I think Crash Hot Potatoes is the best thing ever posted on the F&D Board.


You'll have to thank Pioneer Woman for the recipe. I only found it and made them. They are indeed a great potato side.






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LSUBoo
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Cut them into quarters or more if they are big, toss with olive oil, salt & pepper, and some bread crumbs, roast until tender. Easy and delicious.

Rosemary is good as well.






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DEANintheYAY
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I normally infuse some olive oil with rosemary, garlic, and of course serranos by heating up the oil and then throwing the ingredients in their and turn off the fire and let it absorb the flavors. I then use that oil on my quartered potatoes and just add salt and pepper. I do this about 5 times a month at least because the wifey really loves them.





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Tigerpaw123
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Just dont crowd your pan





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LSUBoo
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Oh yeah, garlic is a given as well, but the gf and I both love garlic so it makes its way into almost everything.





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GeauxldMember
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I don't do anything to roasted red potatoes before they go in the oven other than to cut them into chunks, toss in olive oil and S&P.


I like to add some diced onion and some fresh herbs on occasion (especially rosemary). Get it all caramelized and yummy...






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rutiger
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Google "Crash Hot Potatoes". Thank me later.


i forgot about those! they are amazing.

also, i agree with everyone that said rosemary.






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TigerB8
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quarter then boil for a few minutes (too long will make them fall apart) with some zatarains (couple drops)...put in large tupperware with olive oil, rosemary, garlic salt, pepper, cumin and cayenne. Put top on bowl and shake it up. Place on pan and roast in oven. I like to look at them in the window for a gold crust and brown edges. boiling before hand gives a distinctive soft center with a crispy exterior. Going by an exact time is hit and miss due to size differences in the potato or amount of potatos. There is a persian seasoning called sumac that is burgundy in color and has a citrus flavor that i like to add as well to the tupperware bowl.


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