Awesome variation on a side dish Use non-stick aluminum foil. You can find it in any grocery store. My family loved this
Wish I would've read the reviews first. Potatoes stuck to the foil and fell apart. They were tasty but were more like baked home fries. There was too much cheese and it didn't melt like the picture showed.
First of all you can poke the potatoes a couple of times and microwave instead of boiling. Second , I use the side of my chefs knife to GENTLY press the potatoes. My Mom uses a clean kitchen towel. By all means spray your foil before putting on the potatoes. Drizzle with olive or grape seed oils, generously salt and pepper. I don't do cheese. I also carefully flip the potatoes half way to insure crispy brown edges. I top the potatoes with grated lemon peel, finely chopped green onion or chives and some fresh thyme and some of us like a dollop of sour cream.
Cooked as directed but will not brown or get crispy, also potatoes just fell apart into a million pieces... Disappointed
Best to lightly oil your foil lined pan before placing potatoes on it, or else they stick to the pan. Recipe is really yummy, though!
Best to lightly oil the foil lined baking pan or else the potatoes stick really badly to the pan. This recipe is yummy, though!
Using my potato masher was a BAD idea - the potato got stuck up in the holes instead of becoming flat patties. I ended up using the bottom of a heavy glass tumbler with much better results.
need to change your cook time to an hour .at first glance I thought just 30 min. then read thru recipe and to additional 10-15 min. times . misleading times
Made these with dinner tonight and they were excellent....will be making them again....