I don’t know what it is about roasted potatoes, but I’ve always been so nervous to make them. I know I know. With all the stuff that I make, how could I possibly be scared of roasted potatoes? It’s true! I just always imagine them coming out of the oven completely charred on the edges.
Each Thanksgiving, my mother is famous for making these oven roasted potatoes that are to die for! No literally, I think they are a recipe to kill you with all the oil and butter that is used. I’m not knocking it, don’t get me wrong, because I serve myself some each and every year. I do it happily. I know how good they taste! I wake up on Thanksgiving morning thinking about how I’ll be eating them in just a few short hours. That said, I know my mother doesn’t love making something so unhealthy just the same as others don’t love eating something so unhealthy.
After making these mustard roasted potatoes, I informed my mother that I had a way out of all that guilt!!! These potatoes are FABULOUS!!! Plus, I know how much easier they are than my mother’s oven roasted potatoes. I know she’s always a fan of me making something easier
Thus, Kornegay Klan, if you are reading this, get ready for a new recipe for oven roasted potatoes this year. That’s right; these babies are headed for annual Thanksgiving Day reunion. What? You said you weren’t coming? Oh….these should make you RECONSIDER!!!
Source: Beantown Baker
2 1/2 pounds small red potatoes
2 yellow onions
3 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons whole-grain mustard
1 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
Cut the potatoes into one-inch cubes (halves or quarters for the small potatoes, several more cuts for the larger ones). Place potatoes into a large plastic bag with a zipper seal. Peel onion and cut in half. Slice crosswise to about 1/4 inch thickness to make half rounds and add to bag.
Add the olive oil, mustard, 2 teaspoons salt, and pepper to bag; seal, and toss together. This can be prepped a few hours in advance and left in the plastic bag until ready to roast.
Line a sheet pan with foil and spread potatoes and onions onto pan. Bake for 50 minutes to an hour; until potatoes are lightly browned on the outside and tender on the inside. Toss the potatoes occasionally to prevent sticking and for even browning.
I enjoyed my potatoes with Bison steak!