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Really liked these , garlicky ,lemony and yummy!

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gourmetcountrycook August 15, 2012

Made the recipe exactly and it was great mmm mm thank for sharing

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Brittney707 September 06, 2011

Delicious! I was a little worried about the amount of garlic used, but it mellowed out quite a bit and gave the potatoes a lovely flavor. I loved the overall flavor of this; the combo of garlic, lemon, and oregano was perfect. I would cut down a bit on the oil next time as there was plenty of liquid. The cooking time was a little off for me. I cooked them 5 minutes longer than listed and they were still not as soft as I would like, even with 1 inch pieces. I will increase the cooking time by another 10 minutes next time. Thanks for posting!

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noway February 15, 2011

Tasty recipe. Really enjoyed the lemon flavour with the butter/oregano. I made it as listed, just cut back the oil & butter a tiny bit. It might be worth a try using lemon pepper next time. I used garden fingerling potatoes & they were scrumptious, thanks for sharing.

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Mustang Sally 54269 October 25, 2009

Wow! Super-delicious! Melt in your mouth. The balance of flavors was perfect. Served with a whole baked salmon and they were the perfect side for the fish!

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Mikekey July 04, 2008

I made these yesterday for Christmas dinner, and boy were they ever fantastic! They were even better when we had a repeat Christmas dinner tonight! I did use 2 whole bulbs of garlic because our family really enjoys roasted garlic. I was a little worried about how much lemon juice was being used, but I am sooo glad I didn't cut down on it! It lends such a fantastic "zing" to the potatoes. I used seasoning salt as you suggested and would recommend using it as well. Since we had ham for Christmas dinner, I used a 1/4 c low-sodium chicken stock and 1/4 c ham juices that had dripped down during cooking. These potatoes would really be great with a roasted chicken, but using the ham drippings helped tie the potatoes into our ham meal. I am so glad I tried this recipe! Thank you so much for posting it!!

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the_cookie_lady December 26, 2006

Wonderful potatoes! Used medium size new potatoes, quartered. Wasn't sure on the measurement of the oregano, since it says teaspoons in the ingredients and tablespoon in the instructions, so played it safe and stuck with 1 tsp oregano. Dh loved the roasted garlic- we both smeared it on french bread I'd buttered and broiled while broiling the potatoes. Dip the bread in the remaining olive oil mix.... oh, so good! Served with a chicken I marinated then roasted in my rotisserie.

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KMLWPA August 06, 2006

I cut the recipe in half to serve the 3 of us and it was perfect. The potatoes are nicely seasoned and there was no need to place under the broiler as they browned while cooking.

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PaulaG July 02, 2006

I am so glad I chose this delicious roasted potato recipe! I served it to guests with chicken kabobs and a greek salad. I used large red potatoes and did everything as specified. The potatoes were full of flavor from the broth, lemon and oregano. The garlic was soft and sweet - a nice touch.

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Natalia 3 May 15, 2006

LOVED these! Garlicky, lemony and the oregano was perfect: YUM! I made a half quantity as it was just for three of us (served with roast lamb), and we ate the lot. Thanks KITTENCAL!

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bluemoon downunder May 06, 2006
Roasted Potatoes With Whole Garlic, Lemon and Oregano