Oven Roasted Red Skin Potatoes is a must for potato lovers! This simple, delicious dish smells heavenly when baking and fills your home with a wonderful aroma! Experimenting with different seasonings and cheese can change the flavor profile each time.
Course: Dinner, Main Course, Potatoes, Side Dish
Keyword: Oven Roasted Red Skin Potatoes
Cost: 1.30 a serving
Cutting board and knife
Non-stick aluminum foil or non-stick spray
2poundsRed Potatoescut in half or quartered unpeeled
2cupsSweet onioncut in wedges
2tspAleppo Pepper Crushed
¼cupParmesan Cheesefreshly grated
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
Line a baking pan, with sides, with Non-stick aluminum foil or spray with non-stick spray.
Toss the prepared potatoes and onion with olive oil in a medium size bowl.
Place potato mixture in a single layer on the prepared baking pan.
Sprinkle seasonings over the potatoes and onions.
Bake uncovered 30 to 40 minutes, turning half way through baking time. Bake until desired tenderness and browning of potatoes.
Calories are approximate based upon ingredients selected and serving size. Estimated serving cost is based upon purchasing ingredients in bulk or on sale.Potential seasonings and toppings:
To add a bit of heat I included Aleppo Pepper that provides a nice deep red color and is considered a mild Chile flake. Sometimes we add more after roasting the potatoes to individualize the heat level.
Layering of flavors is important. Experimenting with different seasonings and cheese can change the flavor profile each time.
Dried herbs are wonderful when baking because they have a deeper, richer flavor than fresh herbs.
We use Lawry Seasoned Salt with its wonderful blend of natural herbs and spices, including paprika, turmeric, onion and garlic.
Consider using dried basil, dill weed, chives and experiment with your favorite herbs!
When serving, top your oven roasted red skin potatoes with fresh chives or basil. Always a nice splash of color and fresh flavor.
Top with freshly shredded Parmesan Cheese adding a touch of fruity and nutty flavor.
Consider other toppings such as crispy bacon bits, sour cream, or even blue cheese to counter some of the heat from the Aleppo Pepper.