Simple Roasted Red Potatoes

Another one of my favorite breakfast foods is roasted red potatoes. I often make the potatoes with different herbs that I have on hand. Rosemary is my favorite. I did not have many herbs this time so I just used simple things I had on hand in the spice cupboard, garlic and onion powder and seasoned the potatoes with kosher salt and pepper. I have made these potatoes with chopped onions and minced garlic – the flavor is phenomenal. The potatoes came out wonderfully roasted. I finally got the potatoes roasted the way I like them. Just use enough oil to coat the potatoes. Enjoy!

Simple Roasted Red Potatoes
Created on 11/23/11

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This recipe is enough for 2 people

 8 small red potatoes scrubbed and diced well

2 teaspoons of garlic powder (adjust to your taste)

2 teaspoons of onion powder (adjust to your taste)

2 tablespoons of olive oil (less depending on the quantity of potatoes – just want enough to coat the potatoes and not leave oil visible on the cookie tray or stoneware)

Kosher salt and cracked pepper

Put cut potatoes in a bowl and season well with onion, garlic, kosher salt and freshly cracked pepper. Add the olive oil just enough to coat the potatoes and spread onto a cookie tray or stoneware. Roast potatoes @ 415 degrees for approximately 20 to 25 minutes until the potatoes are wrinkled, soft and brown. Serve with your favorite breakfast or dinner dish or with Scrambled Zucchini Eggs as shown in the picture (click here to see recipe).

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