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Quick and Easy Potato recipe

Updated on June 10, 2013

Quick and Easy Potato recipe

This is a Quick and Easy Potato recipe that I hope you enjoy. It can be used with any type of potato. Potatoes can be peeled or unpeeled. I like to use a combination of both, peeled and unpeeled.

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Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 45 min
Ready in: 1 hour
Yields: Serves Four to Six people with a main dish

Ingredients

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Ingredients

  • 1 glass Wine, Red or White
  • 6 medium Potatoes, Any type
  • Olive Oil
  • Bread Crumbs
  • Mrs. Dash Seasoning
  • Montreal Chicken Seasoning
  • Garlic, granulated or powdered
  • Sea salt

Instructions

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Washed and ready to slice.Sliced and ready for the Olive Oil.Oiled up and ready for seasoning.Seasoned and ready for the baking pan.Ready for the oven.Baking at 375 for 45 minutesOut of the oven and Fork tested.
Washed and ready to slice.
Washed and ready to slice.
Sliced and ready for the Olive Oil.
Sliced and ready for the Olive Oil.
Oiled up and ready for seasoning.
Oiled up and ready for seasoning.
Seasoned and ready for the baking pan.
Seasoned and ready for the baking pan.
Ready for the oven.
Ready for the oven.
Baking at 375 for 45 minutes
Baking at 375 for 45 minutes
Out of the oven and Fork tested.
Out of the oven and Fork tested.

Instructions

  1. Pour a glass of your favorite wine. Take 1 sip and set it aside.
  2. Preheat oven to 375 Degrees Fahrenheit.
  3. Potatoes should be washed and cut into approximately 3/4 inch slices. In this recipe I used Klondike Rose potatoes. Some peeled and some with the skin on.
  4. Place sliced potatoes in bowl.
  5. Pour olive Oil on top of potatoes and mix by hand. Make sure they are coated well.
  6. Spray baking pan with a non-stick spray. This will make clean up much easier.
  7. Pour Bread crumbs and seasoning on top of coated potatoes and again mix by hand.
  8. Wash your hands and take a sip of wine.
  9. Arrange potato slices in baking pan evenly. If there are too many it's OK to stack some of them.
  10. Place in oven and bake for 45 minutes.
  11. To make sure they are fully cooked poke a fork into them. If the fork goes in easily then they are done. If not, bake for 10 more minuted and test with fork again.
  12. Let cool for five minutes before serving.
  13. Cheers!

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    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

      Great way to add spice to your potatoes, and the sip of wine ever so often really makes it taste so much better! lol!

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Thank you Nell

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      oliversmum 4 years ago from australia

      TycoonSam Hi. Goodness This sounds like a great way to bake potatoes.

      Easy to prepare, tasty and crunchy.

      Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.Thumbs up and very useful. :):)

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Oliversmum, Thank you for the kind words and the up vote.

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      lovedoctor926 4 years ago

      I love potato recipes. This recipe looks awesome! The red wine adds that extra touch. thanks for sharing. voting up!

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Thank you lovedoctor! I hope you get a chance to make them...."Sam Style".

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      anglnwu 4 years ago

      Haha, on your use of wine in this recipe--very crucial since a happy cook can only produce amazing food. Rated up.

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Thank you anglnwy. In my house wine is a crucial part of many recipes!

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      C E Clark 4 years ago from North Texas

      This sounds pretty good. I have a similar recipe that requires parmesan and it's always popular, so I think this one will be too. Voted up and useful!

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      skye2day 4 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      Hey sam I like it potatoes and chicken yeah! Thanks for ideas. On my table tonight. I see you enjoy your wine. Cheers for you. God Bless you bro. Thank You for the post. Skye

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Au fait,

      Parmesan would definitely be a good addition to the recipe.

      Thanks for the votes!

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      TycoonSam 4 years ago from Washington, MI

      Skye....Wine, potatoes and chicken. ;)

      Hope you enjoy the recipe and thanks for stopping by!

      Cheers

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