I found the original recipe for this on the FoodNetwork website. Usually the recipes I see there look really good, but have a lot of ingredients and seem complicated to make. This one was easy, and I already had all of the ingredients in my kitchen. The original recipe served 8, so I scaled it down.
-2 medium red potatoes
-1 tsp minced garlic (equivalent to 2 cloves)
Preheat the oven to 400.
|Use enough olive oil to coat the potatoes. Add the garlic, salt and pepper to taste.|
|Cut the potatoes into bite sized pieces and coat them in the mixture.|
|Spread out onto a cookie sheet.|
|Cook for about an hour, until the potatoes get slightly brown. Flip them halfway through to make sure they are evenly cooked. Sprinkle on parsley.|
This turned out better than I had expected. Although it took a while, it was really easy to make. All of the prep work was finished in about the time it took for the oven to preheat. This would be a great side dish, or even a good lunch on its own.