holidays and everyone always asks her for the recipe. She just laughs. It’s very simple! I just saw a similar recipe in The Duggars’
book, “20 and Counting.”
kind that grinds out fresh pepper). I use about 8 twists.
Two dashes each of chili pepper and paprika (optional; omit for stage one)
thoroughly. You can peel the potato
skins if you want, or leave them on. I like them with the skins on.
eighths. Place potatoes in a large bowl
and drizzle with olive oil, and mix until all the potatoes are covered in
oil. Sprinkle with spices. Place on a pan with sides. I use a glass 9×13 baking dish. It’s
best not to let the potatoes touch too much.
Bake at 400 degrees for 40-45
minutes, or until tender and lightly browned. I flip the potatoes half way through
cooking with a spatula. Cooking time will vary depending on the pan you use. If you use a dark pan, cooking time may be shorter. Don’t be discouraged if these don’t come out right the first time. It took me a couple tries to get them just right.
and garlic powder to their potatoes.
For Valentine’s, I used a cookie/fruit cutter to make heart shapes.
Feingold Stage 1 (if you add chili powder and paprika, it would be stage 2)