Oven roasted Red Potatoes

Day 22 of Recipe Marathon #2.

Spicy, crunchy, warm and healthy potato snack. potato

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Ingredients

Red potatoes – 3 big ones

Olive oil – 1tsp

Spice Powders : Cumin, black pepper and red chili powder

Garnish – Chopped cilantro leaves

  1. Pre heat oven 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Wash potatoes and cut them to long strips. Put them in a bowl of water to avoid discoloring. Remove them and pat them dry on a kitchen towel.
  3. Meanwhile mix spice powders with Olive oil and coat potatoes evenly.
  4. Arrange them in a single layer on a baking sheet. Bake them for 15-20 minutes. Check them and turn around and bake the other side till golden brown. This takes about 10-15 more minutes.
  5. Once done on both sides, take them in bowl, garnish with herbs.

Simply delicious, warm  oven roasted potatoes, crunchy on outside and soft on inside. This makes for a nice side dish with Burgers, healthier than potato fries.

*Squeeze some fresh lime juice, for some tangy taste. Fro more crunchy potatoes bake them in 400 degrees for little bit more time, make sure to check them and turn them , make sure they wont get burned.

Enjoy them warm.

Check out recipes of my fellow Marathoners.

DK , Srivalli, Ranji, PJ, CurryLeaf, Medha, Priya, Bhawna, Raaji, Anu, Kamala, Roopa, Divya Kudua, Rekha, Divya M, Lakshmi, Raaga, Lakshmi Venkatesh, Sripriya, Viji, Kamalika, Pavani, Karuna, Roochi
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11 Responses to “Oven roasted Red Potatoes”

  1. Ramya Vijayakumar Says:

    Pretty much the same way my sister makes it… But She slices them into rings… I got deceived by the skin and the sliced tech that it was apple…

    It does look like apples now I am seeing it….wonder how the roasted apples tastes like :’)..

  2. CurryLeaf Says:

    Lovely and tempting

  3. Priya Says:

    Looks like baked apples…tempting one..

  4. shilpa Says:

    They look heavenly. I love potatoes in all its form. I will try these sometime.

  5. shilpa k Says:

    Hey madhu

    They look delicious….cant wait to try them.

  6. Medhaa Says:

    healthy spicy and great snack. looks great

  7. lakshmi Says:

    One plate order please😀

    I love how you’ve cut them into crescents – usually I bake fingers – but those crescents somehow look more yummy

  8. vanamala Says:

    This is awesome madhu….i love this recipe

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