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She Spread THIS In The Pan And Layered Potatoes On Top! After It’s Done Baking? BEST POTATOES EVER!

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She Spread THIS In The Pan And Layered Potatoes On Top! After It’s Done Baking? BEST POTATOES EVER!

Who doesn’t love potatoes? There are so many different ways to bake them, and people are always experimenting to find the yummiest and easiest recipes.

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Well, this side dish potato recipe by Monica Matheny from The Yummy Life is definitely in the running because these potatoes are absolutely amazing!

Her dish is called easy crispy parmesan garlic roasted baby potatoes, and yes, it is as yummy as it sounds!

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“Since I first made these potatoes a few months ago, I’ve been making them at least once a week for my family,” Monica wrote on her blog post about the recipe. “They are a happy combination of delicious, easy, and healthy. A crunchy cheesy rust lends superior flavor and texture that everyone loves.”

Monica added that whether you’re making them for a side with breakfast, game-day snack or paired with dinner, these potatoes are bound to be a big hit!

To make the potatoes, the first thing Monica did was cut her potatoes in half and grease the bottom of a casserole dish with a generous amount of olive oil.

After that, she put together what would be the “crust,” of the potatoes, which is a combination of different seasonings and cheese.

In a bowl, Monica combined oregano, paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper along with the Parmesan cheese.

“I prefer using fresh garlic, however I use garlic powder here, because the fresh garlic will burn by the time the potatoes are cooked,” Monica wrote.

Once the spread was all combined, Monica carefully sprinkled it evenly over the olive oil in the baking dish.

“Don’t dump it in and then try to spread it out,” she wrote. “Once it touches the olive oil, it becomes almost impossible to spread the cheese out evenly -- it will clump.”

When she had an even layer of the cheese mixture, Monica added her potatoes, cut side facing down, into the pan.

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“Press on them firmly to make sure the flat side of the potato is in contact with the cheese mixture on the bottom of the baking dish,” Moniica wrote.

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Then, after baking for about half an hour, the potatoes were finished!

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“Those are some lip smackin’ little potatoes,” Monica wrote. “That crunchy, cheese crust is so amazingly tasty.”

Find the full delicious recipe here.

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