Parmesan Roasted Potatoes

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos

There’s one very important fact I have not shared with you yet.

You know what?

I love potatoes.

See? I told you it was important. Cause it was.

 

Not only do I love potatoes but I also am a very avid potato recipes collector. Yeah, that’s exactly who I am. I needed to let you know.

I’ve already gathered many potato related recipes and I am definitely going to share many of them with you. Just like right now.

I’ve discovered this gem of a recipe over at sweet Gaby’s blog, and I will forever be thankful for that moment.

These potatoes have cheese, these potatoes have garlic, these potatoes are simply good…

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, ingredients

To prepare them, you need these simple ingredients.

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, preheat the oven to 400 F, 200 C, cube the potatoes

The preparation is very simple too.

1. First, preheat the oven to 400 °F (200 °C).

 

2. Cube the potatoes.

The sides of the potato cubes should be about 3/4 inch long (2 cm).

And the cubes are definitely not going to be even, but don’t let that bother you.

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, place the cubed potatoes into a baking dish, add the olive oil

3. Now place the cubed potatoes into a baking dish.

 

4. Add the olive oil.

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, in a small bowl, mix all the remaining ingredients - garlic powder, salt, paprika, black pepper, and Parmesan, sprinkle the mixture over the potatoes

5. In a small bowl, mix all the remaining ingredients – garlic powder, salt, paprika, black pepper, and Parmesan cheese.

 

6. Sprinkle the mixture over the potatoes.

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, using your fingers or a spoon, get into the potatoes and carefully mix everything around until the seasonings coat each potato, bake at 400 °F (200 °C) for about 45 minutes. During the baking time, remove the potatoes from the oven 2-3 times to toss them a little thus preventing them from sticking to the bottom of the pan. To toss the potatoes you can use a spatula

7. Using your fingers (or a spoon) get into the potatoes and carefully mix everything around until the seasonings coat each potato.

 

8. Bake at 400 °F (200 °C) for about 45 minutes. During the baking time, remove the potatoes from the oven 2-3 times to toss them a little thus preventing them from sticking to the bottom of the pan. To toss the potatoes you can use a spatula.

 

Parmesan roasted potatoes recipe with step by step photos, serve with a little dusting of sea salt if desired, These lovely garlic and cheese potatoes can be eaten as is, or with vegetable salad, or with any kind of your favorite meat

Serve with a little dusting of sea salt if desired.

Oh, and most importantly – enjoy, dear friends.

These lovely garlic and cheese potatoes can be eaten as is, or with vegetable salad, or with any kind of your favorite meat.

Love,
Petra

(This recipe serves 3-4 people. It takes about 1 hour to prepare it.)

38 Responses to Parmesan Roasted Potatoes

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    Ilse says:

    Hi, I’m new to your site. I came here via FoodGawker because those potatoes looked so delicious. I will definately be making those tonight. Thanks!

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    baobabs says:

    YUM! I could eat this for lunch and dinner everyday! thanks for sharing this recipe. I usually only cook it the boring way with salt, pepper and butter and sometimes sourcream. this is such a great idea with parmesan!

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    Christina says:

    Yummy!!! Unfortunately my potatoes stuck to the pan :( But only because I was playing video games (Black Ops) with my hunny and I couldn’t stop. Hey, I didn’t want to get killed! :p Potatoes were still yummy! I love potatoes also.. specially oven roasted. Will be making these again soon. Thanks a bunch Petra! You’re SUPER AWESOME!!! ~Kris <3

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    RavieNomNoms says:

    Totally new to your lovely site my dear! I happened to stumble across you on foodgawker and just had to come over when I saw those delicious potatoes on my computer screen. Wowza do those look good! I heart potatoes!

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    RavieNomNoms says:

    Btdubs, I love your “about me” section..hehe

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    le rocher says:

    soooooooo yummy! look delicious!

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    Bas says:

    Just made these potatoes, a recipe from heaven. Finished it with a red-medium first class steak, topped with serano ham, fresh parmesan flakes and rocket salad. Thank you!

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    Jodi says:

    Definitely trying these tonight! Found your recipe on pinterest! <3

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    Elizabeth says:

    I love this site, I am going to try this potatoe recipe : ) thank you so much for the recipes

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    Juliana says:

    Just found this on pinterest and I’m thinking of making the dish to bring to a dinner party tonight! Quick question – what kind of potatoes did you use? They look like sweet potatoes… I have a bag of red gold potatoes at home – do you think those would go well with the garlic/parm flavorings?

    Cheers!

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    Sara says:

    Just made these for dinner and they were delicious!! Found you on pinterest. Thanks for the recipe! Love it and will make again….and again….and again :)

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    Stacy Rasm says:

    These are just devine, so simple and so, so yum! Thank you. Your whole website is lovely.

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    Babs says:

    My husband loves potatoes so I will definitely be making these. Looks yummy!

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    Abby says:

    Those look awesome… And good thing is we always have all ingredients on hand… Question though… Can I use veggie oil instead of Olive oil?

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    Amanda V says:

    I have made these potatoes 3 times since discovering this recipe on Pinterest. They are fantastic! Thanks for sharing.

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    Renee says:

    Found these on Pinterest. Ilove potatoes and I am always looking for new was to cook them. I made these, but cooked them on a large pizza pan to help them cook quicker. Absolutely delicious!!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Kamini Dixit says:

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    Alysewine says:

    Fabulous recipe! So easy to prepare, ( Specially since my hubby is my sous chef ) :o) Thanks for the recipe. Love it!

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    Blagovesta says:

    They’re fantastic! Just made them for dinner. Thanks for the lovely recipe!

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    Liz says:

    These are a cookin’ as we speak! But…your pic looks like grated, not shredded parm.
    I am a foodie junkie but get seriously grrrrr when things are mis labled. please let us know if I’m wrong!

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    Neville Woudberg says:

    I cooked as described but added little bit of something extra! I chopped up some chicken breast and a few rashers of bacon, which I browned in a pan. Halfway through the potato roasting, I added the chopped chicken and bacon. The flavor was amazing and it was great as a main dish

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    Janet Gerencser says:

    Am making these right now! I used shredded parm like the recipe states, but the picture looks like grated parm? The shredded parm seems to be sliding off the potatoes and sticking and burning on the bottom of the pan.

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