Divine Hot Potatoes

Hot Potatoes

Made with small yellow potatoes, olive oil, salt & pepper, butter, and Parmesan cheese.

This was one of the most quick and simple things I’ve ever made.  I love when I find recipes like this.  They didn’t last long at all once they came out of the oven.  I just couldn’t get enough of them.  They became my snacks throughout the day.

These potatoes were SO good that I had to make a second batch of them the very next day.  But I used cheddar cheese instead of Parmesan for the next go round.  Those didn’t last but a hot second, too.

I did have to add a little extra salt for a tad more flavor once they hit my plate but, nonetheless, I had a good time!

I try not to over-salt things during the cooking process because I can always add more salt after it’s done to suit my taste level.  Once you over-salt in cooking, you’ve pretty much ruined it—helpful tip to keep in mind.

Recipe for—Hot Potatoes

So, if you have nothing else to do today, get to know the small yellow potatoes in your local grocery store because you might really want to try these.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Sometimes it’s the least complicated recipes that really can come out the best.

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37 thoughts on “Divine Hot Potatoes

  1. This was our Super bowl snack last Sunday. They are delicious and addictive!! Glad you shared this! 🙂 paula (I also sprinkled on a few bacon bits)

    • Bacon pieces crossed my mind, too, but I didn’t have any at the time. That would have added even more flavor. 🙂

      • They are good either way! Have thought about mixing a little dry ranch mix with the olive oil as well.

        • You are giving me so many good ideas. I’m definitely a potato lover.

  2. Liz

    yum, these look fantastic 🙂

    • Thanks. They were pretty delish.

  3. looks great & yummy love it!

  4. These look lovely and simple. I will make them today:) thanks for the recipe !

    • Have fun with them should you try them. 🙂

  5. Mmmmm lovely! Makes me hungry!

  6. Oh yum…this potato lover says “yes please”! Your preparation of those little yellow beauties looks scrumptious!

    • Thanks, Nancy. I never met a potato I didn’t love.

  7. Sounds delicious! I am going to make them using the “rooster” potatoes I found in WalMart.

    • If you do, let us know how they turn out. 🙂

  8. I totally agree with you about salt, you can always add more salt at the table but too much and a meal can be ruined.

    • Yeah, you gotta be careful with it sometimes.

  9. Hi babe!
    Just to tell you that I’ve nominated you for the Shine On Award! You can see it here: http://mimosasandfashion.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/shine-on-award%E2%80%8F/
    Hope you like it!
    xx

    • Thank you, Marta!

  10. And I guess you can even leave the skin on, yes?

  11. Hi Loving 😀 So simple yet delicious !! Have a great Valentine’s Day today. Hugs. Ralph xox 😀

  12. Yet another wonderful recipe/post! Truly a woman of many talents! 😊

    • Thank you, Joseph!

  13. Oh i have to make these!!! YUM!!!

  14. I wonder if they’ll work with sweet potatoes. I don’t eat cheese but this sounds really scrumptious

    • I would imagine they’d work just the same. Would be interesting to try.

  15. Anonymous

    LOVE Potatoes. Looks delish 🙂

    • I love them in every shape and form imaginable.

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