11.18.2012

spicy potato stacks







darling, aren't they?
and wait til you taste them.
they are spicy and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

i only make 2 changes to this epicurious recipe.
i halved the amount of oil and i do not sprinkle the extra salt at the end, as they are plenty salty w/o that extra amount.





i think they pair beautifully with the enchiladas and it's a fresh way to serve roasted potatoes.
wouldn't they be perfect for brunch?


see you tomorrow.

xo

19 comments:

  1. The potatoes look delicous, Janet. Thanks for the link!
    Deborah

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  2. Look delicious . . . I saved recipe into Paprika.
    For years I have sliced potato thin, put on parchment paper, spray with evo, add spice, baked at 400 degrees, 10 minutes or so. This is a new creative twist. . . . Thank you

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  3. I have to try this, they look delicious. My husband hates potatoes in any shape or form but we are having house guests that I need to feed and yes, these would be perfect for brunch. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. I'm making these tonight!!!!!

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  5. Darling potato stacks.

    My husband is making your enchiladas for Thanksgiving. I see no reason why he can't add these potato stacks to the menu.

    Sam Twain

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  6. Look and sound delicious and how clever to add the sprigs of rosemary!
    I'll try this one Janet.

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  7. They look delicious Janet! Have a lovely new week! Madelief x

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  8. these look adorably rustic, not to mention delicious ♥

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  9. I luff these! Am very sad about our changed plans too. But it's enough that you think of me while Tripping the Light Fantastic.

    Post storm I have no foxtel (cable tv) or internet so I have been decluttering- 3 huge rubbish bags from the kitchen laundry and bathroom.

    So satisfying to get rid of stuff I truly do not need or use and doesn't value add.

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    Love you xxxx

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  10. adorable...they would be great for a brunch, or just about anytime! Cool photos!!

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  11. I love potatoes in any form and these look delicious. My favorite way to make them is to cheat a little bit and put them in microwave for about 2-3 minutes and then slice them and fry them with all the spices. Not so healthy I am afraid but they are always a hit in my family.

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  12. Those will be stacked on our plates tonight!
    Do you mix sweet potatoes and ordinary potatoes? I love sweet potatoes, they are just a bit hard to find at the supermarkets.
    Commenting here I often feel as if I were living behind the iron curtain, pre-1990. ;-)

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  13. yes i mix the potatoes but i honestly prefer the regular russets over the sweet. but you will love these paula, they are a bit spicy so prepare yourself.

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  14. We want to try this... Looks so Delicious, Presentation was amazing..We really glad to join your blog..and feel so happy and hungry...

    Whiite

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  15. I made them and they were easy and incredible! Love them!

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