I'am gonna TRy tHis tonight.. YUM
Easy and really tasty......for an added treat I peel several cloves of garlic and roast them in with the potatoes.
Tried this tonight...YUMMY!!
My husband & I loved this recipe! It was easy to fix & the ingredients were what I already had on hand.
I took it to be 4 oz by weight or 1 cup by volume assuming them to be equal. Some cooks these days like to cook by weight like the Europeans do.
Hi, wetookthebait: I sent your question on to food editor Lygeia Grace, who had this to say: It depends on whether or not you grate the cheese yourself. When you grate it yourself it is often fluffier (and therefore takes up more room) than if you buy it pre-grated. In general, we recommend grating cheese at home—it tastes better and won't contain the added preservatives sometimes used in packaged grated and crumbled cheeses. Let us know how the dish turns out!
Is it 1 cup of grated parmesan or 4 oz? 4 oz is half of a cup. I'm going with the 4 oz. and hoping that the potatoes end up cheesy enough.
This is also good using kohlrabi or turnips in place of potatoes.
I've made potatoes like this for a couple years. Very yummy with sweet potatoes and any Italian seasoning. I don't use quite that much oil and don't even measure anything.
Everyone I have made these for loves them! I sometimes have to cook them for an extra 5-10 minutes to get them as crispy as I like them - but they are worth the wait.
Excellent! Went well with Spiced Lamb Chops and Smashed Peas recipe, which got changed to Spring Pea Salad recipe at the last minute (very easy, fresh and delicious!).
This is one of my husband's favorite recipes. I am also making it for my family for Thanksgiving.