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Roasted Red Potatoes

Recipe photo courtesy of Jonathan Lovekin

Fresh rosemary complements the earthy taste of roasted potatoes in this simple but satisfying side dish.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2004
Total Time Prep Servings



Cook's Notes

If you prefer, use fresh thyme instead of the rosemary. Any leftover potatoes can be mashed the next day (the crisp pieces add unexpected crunch), or tossed with mayonnaise or dressing to make potato salad.

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  • sfmb4me
    30 DEC, 2017
    Appreciated the hint to preheat the pan. I added oregano and basil to rosemary and used sea salt. Turned out deliciousđŸ˜‹ !
  • jaydelay
    28 JUL, 2017
    I did add some onion powder seasoning. They were delicious.
  • arose1878
    22 MAY, 2017
    Super yummy!! Everyone loved them!! LOVE ya Martha and everyone else!!
  • pamccarrick
    22 APR, 2016
    Directions say "425" and in the video Martha says "450". Which is it?
  • Daniesmiley
    12 MAR, 2013
    These turned out great in the toaster oven, I added a sprinkle of red pepper flakes and garlic powder. Perfect!
  • krisx2
    4 JAN, 2012
    I've made these potatoes several times now and they are a hit with my family, even the small children! The key for me is to dice them up into 1/2 inch squares, toss them with salt, pepper, olive oil, a little lemon juice and chopped rosemary. I tried garlic and it didn't work - it scorched. I cook it in an oven-to-table casserole dish with high sides. Then, when it's done, I add a little more salt and some olive oil and deglaze the dish to get more of the yummy crispies mixed in. Yum!
  • ka465
    15 APR, 2010
    My family loves these. I just double the recipe. I add 2 cloves of finely minced garlic. They reheat welll a day or two later if you have leftovers. Just add 2 tsp olive oil and reheat on sheet pan at 350 for 10-12 min.
  • KimberlyBell
    25 MAR, 2010
    I want to make this for Easter Sunday brunch for about 30 people. Can I make them the night before and reheat them?
  • ACX37289150
    9 MAR, 2010
    This turned out great. It's a keeper!
  • drbrain
    22 AUG, 2009
    I poured too much oil and after 15 minutes in the oven, they werenn n n t doing well. Heren n n s what I did to fix them. I put them on another cookie sheet with a slotted spoon/tongs. Instead of giving them an additional 15 minutes I gave them 3-5 extra minutes, 18-20 minutes. That was perfect and they were delicious. They evenly cooked and were wonderful to eat.

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