Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Roasted Potato Stacks


Sometimes it's nice to see the same old thing done a little differently - a little more visually appealing.  I saw these gorgeous little stacks on Pinterest.  Love.  The link used to send you to a site called Gourmand, but now the recipe is no longer there - I'm not sure what happened?!  (I'd love to give credit to the chef!)  I changed the recipe a bit, to make them a little less time consuming - hopefully just as yummy!  They are such a beautiful side dish, I almost didn't want to eat them...almost.  Enjoy this tasty little stack of starchy, spicy goodness!
Wishing you best dishes and yummy dreams!

xoxo,


Roasted Potato Stacks
Adapted from:  Gourmand Recipes

Serves 4 people

3-4 regular-sized potatoes, peeled, and sliced thin
1/3 c. olive oil
1 tsp. each of onion powder, garlic powder, parsley
1/2 tsp. salt and pepper
1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes

Fresh parsley (for after baking)

1.  Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2.  Peel and slice the potatoes thin .. as thin as you can nicely slice them (try to make them all the same thickness).

3.  Spray a muffin tin with nonstick spray.
4.  In a small bowl, mix the olive oil and herbs.

5.  Stack 4-5 potato slices in a muffin tin, and then pour a little of the oil mixture on the stack.  Top with 4-5 more slices and a little more of the oil.
Pre oil  on top
6.  Repeat in the remaining muffin tins.  
7.  Bake 20-30 minutes, or until the potatoes are crispy on the edges. 
8.  Top with fresh parsley. 

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26 comments:

Christine said...

This looks amazing! I'll have to try these soon.

Renee said...

Oh this sounds good :)

Martha said...

mmm yum, I made these some time ago. they were delicious!

Zombiemommy said...

Those look good, I got some potatoes on sale and all I tend to use them for is Shepherds PIe....

I just posted a Thai recipe myself today.

I love food.

Susan said...

LOVE this! Can't wait to try it.

Mary said...

Looks good Little Mommy

Fawn said...

You're right, they do look quite delicious!

April @ The 21st Century Housewife said...

These look wonderful, and they sound delicious too! I think they would be perfect for brunch, but also for a dinner party as well. Thank you for sharing this recipe with Let's Do Brunch!

Heidi @ CrockPotLadies.com said...

Those look great!

Ginny Marie said...

I was wondering how you made perfect little stacks! The muffin tin is a great idea!

Anne @ Domesblissity said...

I've seen these done before but never tried them myself. Thanks so much for reminding me and for posting on my linky party. Thanks too for being my follower. I'm your newest follower.

Anne xx

Deb Chitwood said...

These look so yummy! I bookmarked the recipe,and I'm your newest follower from Mom Loop! :)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

These really look wonderful! They would be great with a roast.

Stopping from Mom Loop to follow!

Beth Larrabee said...

Oh yum! These look so good!
I'm following from Mom Loop Follow Friday!

Jen said...

these look amazing!! Following you.

Endy said...

oh that looks good n it's easy too, i will give it a try! following u from mom loop friday follow

Hannah said...

Thanks for visiting my food blog! It's always great to have more input...I'll enjoy looking over yours soon!

Amanda said...

Stopping by from Mom-loop and YUMM! I want to make these now =) Now following you on Facebook!
Amanda

France@beyondthepeel said...

I love these little pomme annas. They are a stunner! It such a lovely reminder that things don't have to be complicated to be amazing.

I'm hosting Whole Food Wednesday at http://www.beyondthepeel.net/2012/01/whole-food-wednesdays-keeping-it-real.html and we'd love it if you can by next week.
Have an amazing weekend.

Kim said...

I love the twist of putting them into muffin tins. What a great way to keep them from sliding all over the place!

You could change up the spices as well to suit. Pampered Chef makes a Rosemary Herb blend that would be really good, for instance!

Jen DZ said...

What a cute idea! I'm always looking for new potato recipes! Yum! (p.s. I found your site from mom loop Friday follow...I'm glad I did!)colvfa

stacymolter said...

These look amazing and I'm stopping by from Mom Loop Follow Friday! :)

Julie said...

Thanks to linking up to Show Your Stuff blog hop last week, I have this weeks up:

http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/01/show-your-stuff-5.html

mjskit said...

I love potatoes fixes any way and this simple recipe is definitely included! YUUMY! Ingenious use of the muffin pan!

adventuresindinner said...

Yummy, I make a version of these with chunks of chevre between the stacks. I'll have to try your recipe now.

Thanks so much for sharing at Pin'Inspiration Thursday last week. Hope to see you back again this week :-)

Loy said...

Boy, do these look delicious. I am definitely making these in the next week or two. I am always on the look out for new recipe for potatoes. Thanks for sharing.