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Crispy Parmesan Baked Potatoes

Crispy Parmesan Baked Potatoes recipe
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Meet your family's new favorite side dish: Yukon gold potatoes coated in Parmesan and garlic powder and baked till tender and crispy.
10 min
45 min
8 servings
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Delicious! I used very small potatoes, cut them in half, then used a fork to pierce the uncut side, dipped them in melted butter, then into the parmesan cheese. I also lightly salted the tops before placing them in the oven. They were a hit with everyone!
Delicioous visual, but the end product was fairly ordinary. I didn't use the sour cream option. I will try that next time.
These were amazing!!! Mine came out a little darker on the bottom but I love the crispness of the Parmesan and the tender potatoes on the inside, can't wait to make these again. I also seasoned mine with a little salt before going in the oven.
I did add a little extra seasoning to the parmesan mix, but didn't change anything else. They were FABULOUS! Not sure where all the less than stellar reviews came from, you need to try these! I had a friend for dinner, and she loved them as well. There were no leftovers!
So this dish turned out great, but I only gave it 4 stars because I changed several things about it after reading the reviews. I used Russet potatoes and sliced them width-wise (like "chips"), almost doubled the garlic, added Lawry's season salt and black pepper. The tips under the recipe says not to use foil, but I did, and just sprayed it with cooking spray and it was fine. I made these for a potluck and there was not a single one left, so I would definitely make it again.
Easy to make. Made the house smell wonderful. They tasted fabulous. Picky eaters approved! Will make again and wouldn't make any changes to the recipe.
I got my 11-yr-old son to make this last night, thinking if he made them he'd enjoy eating them. He's a great eater, but doesn't care for potatoes (except fries, of course). They were not worth the effort -- not much flavor (even though we added S&P and parsley to the parmesan mixture). Kind of uneventful.
I made this recipe according to the directions exactly and we all loved them! Will definitely make again!
I used shredded parmesan and got a real crispy crust. When puting the potatoe on the baking sheet the toping may fall but just position the potatoe over the filling and it works.
I actually used the buttery white potatoes which took it to a next level of yummmm!! They were even great reheated the next day! Hubbs loves them & requests often!
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