Monday, February 13, 2012

Ranch Roasted Potatoes (Take 2)

Time for a recipe.

I have already posted this recipe on the blog, but it was before I had this fancy camera.

There were no pictures of the masterpiece, and I know from experience that pictures make the recipe.

You only want to make things that look good.

I get it.

I am here to deliver.

Ranch Roasted Potatoes:

You will need 6 (if they are large) to 8 (if they are small) red potatoes.
Cut them up in pieces that are all the same size, but every piece has to have skin on it.
Like so . . . 

Put those potatoes in a large ziploc bag with 1/4 cup of olive oil (I know the picture has a 1/3 cup but I used way more potatoes and had to up the ante) and a dry Ranch dressing packet.

Zip the bag up and shake until the potatoes are completely coated.

Pour the potatoes out onto a foil lined cookie sheet (makes for easier clean up).

Roast those puppies on 425 degrees for fifteen minutes.

Take them out and flip them all over.

Put them back in the over for 15 - 20 minutes (depending on how crispy you like them).

Done and Done.

An easy side dish that goes with just about anything.

I make these at least once a week.

I haven't met anyone who doesn't like them.


1 comment:

  1. I make these ALL THE TIME. Huge hit at our house too. :)