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Thanks for posting this great recipe. To make it even easier I put the potatoes into a plastic bag & then added the other ingredients and mixed them together. Keeps hands clean :) I then put them into the dish. What I liked was that I could prepare them earlier in the afternoon, meaning more time for relaxing with friends :) Had them with grilled sausages to which I added a can of savoury diced tomatoes after they were cooked and then just heated them through, with a green salad on the side. My friends enjoyed this easy Sunday evening meal.

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Jen T March 28, 2004

Very, very yummy. Best potatoes I've ever had. I also tried this with eggplant it and came out great. Much easier than dipping in egg and frying.

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petraedwards August 17, 2010

i loooooooooove this recipe:) i find myself making these for breakfast or dinner. A simple recipe with tremendous flavor and personality. Its crispy, crunchy and yummy! Many thanks for sharing.

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baklava glue March 30, 2010

I used seasoning salt as well to season the potatoes. I cooked them in my toaster oven as I needed my oven for salmon. I found this recipe a little lack luster. I was hoping for a crispier potato. I don't know if this has to do with the fact I used my toaster oven. The flavours didn't bowl the family over either. something was missing. We ate them with ketchup wich added a little more flavour. I was hoping for more of a stand alone dish.

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Abby, Sarah & Eli's Mom February 14, 2010

I used 2Tablespoons of olive oil and added seasoned salt instead of regular salt. Tossed everything together in a plastic bag, dumped it onto a cooked sheet and into the oven. They were great. Thanks.

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Paka December 07, 2009

These were pretty good. I'm not a big potato fan so I had to dip mine in ketchup. Hubby thought they were good. I did love the crispy Parm and breadcrumbs by itself. Yum - burnt cheese! I used Panko breadcrumbs.

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Lil Monkey March 31, 2009

Made these to go with burgers for a fry alternative. They were yummy delicious. I did microwave for about 3 minutes as suggested by others before coating with oil. Mine baked a little longer than 30 minutes and came out crispy. I think I can use even a little less oil next time. Will def. make again.

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Jessica in GA March 31, 2009

very good! I cooked the potatoes in microwave for 3 minutes first, then cut up. Needed more oven time than I thought they would to crisp up, but they were very good... and pretty! Nice change of pace! Oh.. I added some Lawrey's seasoning and Pizza 'n Pasta hot pepper seasoning. Yummy!

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sara12972 January 28, 2009

3 out of 4 thought this was outstanding and the 4th just liked it though was willing to try again if a sub the parmesan with another cheese. Like JenT I mixed it all in a large bowl before putting it into a warmed up baking tray light sprayed with oil. Thanks Honni. Made for Who Am I.

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I'mPat June 25, 2008

Loved these! Also put some red pepper flakes for some extra flavor. Ate with salmon... but liked the potatoes better than the fish!

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MaddieLC March 21, 2008
Crispy Potato Bites