Thursday, September 24, 2009

Mom's Favorite Italian Style Potatoes

You can also try variations of these with ranch dressing, melted cheese and bacon on ....delicious. Also try chili cheese fries, chili and melted cheese on top.... We just love them plain as shown.












These were always a big hit with any meat for a side dish. My mom would make these so crisp, sometimes they had the taste of a potato chip on the ends of them.




Roasted Potatoes with Herbs


You will need, a large cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil, spray with non stick oil.

Cut up six large potatoes and slice lenght wise like steak fries.

In a large bowl, add 1/4 cup of oil over the top of the potatoes stir making sure they are well coated.

Sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon each, garlic powder, salt, pepper, oregano, basil, parsley. Sprinkle over the top of that, 1/4 cup grating cheese. Spread on the cookie sheet. Sprinkle Italian flavored bread crumbs over the whole pan of seasoned potatoes. Bake on 425 until crispy and golden around 40 minutes or longer for crispier fries.



10 comments:

Brie: Le Grand Fromage said...

Mmm, great combo of seasoning. I only like the thicky and juicy fries; not the scrawny stringy fries usually served in American diners that just taste like grease. I'll have to bake these up next time I'm in the mood for fries - thanks!

ncl117 said...

these looks SO good! i love recipes that come from family

Ruth said...

Great recipe, saved it too1 :)

Kathy Gori said...

and they're baked! Love this!

Miranda said...

These potatoes look great!
I love potatoes. i could eat them three times a day.

My Little Space said...

Hmm...mm..Yum! This is a hassle free recipe. Love it! And they look delicious too.

B said...

Just saved this one! Thank you for posting!

whineaux said...

I almost wish I hadn't started dinner so I could make this! Looks fantastic!

Family Cuisine Food And Recipe said...

Looks unique. Thanks for sharing. Cheers !

The Whineaux said...

I finally got the chance to make these -- they were great! Thanks for the idea!