These Oven Roasted Potatoes have the crispiest tops and edges and the tender center. Potato stacks are easy to make in a muffin tin and extremely addictive!
A simple and delicious side dish that goes with almost everything! I am sure it will become your new favorite way to serve potatoes for everyday meals!
It is a fail-proof recipe to impress your family or friends. These potato stacks are seriously the best! Made with butter, rosemary, paprika, garlic, Parmesan, black pepper and salt. Roasted to perfection! Each little stack has ultra-crispy edges, while the center is soft and tender.
Only minimal ingredients to get maximum flavor!
Roasted potatoes in a muffin tin
Looking for a side for today’s dinner? Why not try this twist on standard roasted potatoes.
Even though a muffin tin is a required equipment (helps to keep potatoes in place) for this recipe, you can make shorter stacks and use wood skewers or toothpicks.
Try to find small potatoes, about 2 inches (5 cm) wide as they need to fit into the muffin tin.
What kind of Potatoes are best for Roasting
You can use white, Russets or red potatoes. They are all good and delicious for roasting! But Russets are too big to fin into muffin cups. That is why I usually use Yukons or red potatoes for potato stacks.
Keep the skin on or off. Personally I like to keep the skin on, but you can peel them. It is completely up to you.
How to Slice Potatoes
Mandoline or food processor with a slicing disk are the best options for this job because they cut them into even thin slices easily. But, alternatively, you can slice potatoes using a very sharp knife. Try to cut them as thinner as you possibly can. Thin slices got crispy edges while roasting.
When using a mandolin, be careful with the blade.
How long to roast sliced potatoes
First I roast potatoes (covered) at high temperature 400 F (200C) for 30 minutes. When they are tender, I remove the foil and roast until edges are crispy, about 20 minutes. Cooking time will depend on the oven temperature.
Use this for your personal reference:
- 350°F (175°C) – 60-70 minutes
- 400°F (200°C)-40-50 minutes
- 450°F (230°C) – 30-40 minutes
What to serve with oven roasted potatoes
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