Reviews for Best Potatoes You'll Ever Taste
I haven't tried them yet but I sure will. They look delicious and I love spuds.
perhaps i cut them too small in an effort to get them more c rispy; taste was good, however
I microwaved the potatoes instead of boiling. Even more flavor. I removed them from the micro one minute early. Let cooled, and easily skinned the potatoes. Came out great.
These were great! I served with ribeye steak and my husband said it was a restaurant quality meal. Broiled them in the oven. Convection broiling only need 5-6 minutes. Not difficult to make, definitely will repeat!
These were only okay. Won't make again
Yummy & super easy! No changes. Thankful for this site helping me learn to cook!
Definitely disappointed in the flavor, maybe add more crushed garlic Won’t be making them again.
Rather than only painting the mixture onto the top of the potatoes, I made the mayo mixture in a large bowl and added the potatoes to it. Turning them gently with a rubber spatula ensures complete coverage. Don’t use fat-free mayo or Miracle Whip. Use real mayonnaise.
Made no changes however, I did toss the potatoes in the mayo by hand instead of pouring it on top. My exceptionally picky husband liked them a lot. I will make them again.
Not sure how I could have messed up this easy recipe?! Nothing special at all. I put them in a casserole with some sour cream topped with cheese and am hoping for the best.
I added a lot of extra spices my family loved them
I used to make these often. My recipe called for you to keep the skins on, make as stated, but finish with a coating of parmesan cheese. It was always a hit! I think I have to make these again soon.
They were ok. I cooked the tators on the grill and it was so easy
These weren't the best potatoes I've ever eaten but they were pretty good. I'll probably make them again. I made them exactly as written but might make a few changes or additions if I make them again.
very good potatoes. I made these for a cookout, along with smoked chicken drummies. Love the addition of mayo to this.
The best! Loved these. I used a homemade Italian seasoning (like the one at Carrabbas) instead of solo oregano, and I did sprinkle parm at the end.
These potatoes were delicious...and easy to make!
My very picky son loves these! The rest of us do, too, but it’s huge that the picky one wants them. I did add smoked paprika but otherwise followed the recipe.
Had my cousin make it and the family loved it!!
Yummy! I made these as directed and it was very well liked by the potato eaters. I thought a slight increase in the sauce would be good, but I see why too much would just take away from the goodness of the potatoes. I might use this amount of sauce with four potatoes.
The mayonnaise mixture was not enough. Also the flavor was not that great It would be better to double the mixture for three potatoes Garlic powder with Goya chicken bullion flavor packs are better. I am going to use them for breakfast potatoes.
This recipe made no sense, but the ingredients seem to work.
These are super good and easy. I cooked my potatoes whole and then quartered them. I also added a teaspoon of mustard to the spread to give a little tang. Everyone loved them and it will be a new family fav!
The mayonnaise did not spread easily over the potatoes and burned before the par boiled potatoes were cooked. Not sure if I'll tweek and try again.
Was a quick and easy side will make again.
I changed out the oregano for a teaspoon Mrs Dash Original Blend Seasoning. Excellent!
Pretty good, nice side dish. I added cheese for more flavor.
Dry and boring. Followed the recipe to the letter. Blech !
I would change a few things. I would double the sauce. I would watch more closely the time to boil the potatoes - I left mine a bit too long. I would slice my potatoes which would decrease the amount of boiling time but allow the sauce to be spread more evenly. Otherwise we enjoyed these.
Everyone loved these! Made extra at Christmas and they were good reheated the next day! Thanks for a great and easy recipe!!
These were really good. Used Yukon Gold & microwaved instead of boiled. In the mixture I used pepper, 21 Seasonings, oregano, and sweet paprika. plus chopped sweet onions & garlic. Sprinkled shredded sharp Cheddar on top. Definitely a favorite.
Was very easy to make and was wonderful!!! I didnt have any problem with the sauce burning or sticking to the foil. Was very tasty!!
The sauce was amazing. Maybe it is because we live in Colorado at high altitude, but the potatoes did not fully cook when following directions. I had to microwave them for five minutes. If I were to America’s this again, I would boil them five minutes longer, brush oil on the potatoes so they crisp, then brush on the sauce. Really good!
I didn't change anything. I will make these again there great with tacos.
These are very quick and easy to make. A nice change if you’re in the mood for potatoes. For twisting flavors with serving Ideas a little we served with dipping options of sour cream, basil pesto, and Ketchup. I’m a bit of a condiment junky and I really liked a little pesto, sour cream, and then a slide through Ketchup. DANG!! Cross between French fry, steak fry, and baked potato mm mm good!
These were good, but not the best potatoes i've ever had.
Meh. Wasn't all that great, not enough flavor. Maybe try again but with more seasoning.
wife: "these are the best potatoes I've ever had" daughter dramatically: "I'll be the judge of that" daughter: "omg these are the best potatoes ever" I was skeptical but this is a fast, easy and extremely tasty recipe!
Omg these potatoes are fab ,will be making them again ...
Great - yummy 4.5
Very, very easy to make. I prepped the potatoes ahead of time and when dinner was almost ready I put them under the broiler for 10 mins. They were a hit!!
Absolutely delicious!! Just as it’s said!
Used real mayo and they were the perfect pair with meatloaf!
Very tasty and easy to make. I used Yukon potatoes both times and managed to over cook them both times when boiling, so maybe 10 min is too long. Still very good, and will make again.
I did not make changes, I would not make it again. I thought they very ordinary and kind of dry
There was very little flavor and I even doubled the sauce quantity.
I only used 3 potatoes so I cut mayo to 2 tbls and it was not enough to create dollups of the mixture on the potatoes vs scant spreading on the potatoes.
I stuck to the recipe. It turned out a little moist rather than a crisp coating, but think if I move the oven rack up 1 more level I’ll end up with the right texture. Very tasty roasted potatoes; husband and I loved it!
I used vegan mayo even though comments say not to. They tasted better the second day. Also used dried basil since I didn't have fresh. Very good.
I have a regular recipe for potato wedges in the oven, but I usually have to bake them for around 2 hours. I made these potatoes from start to finish in about 30 minutes! I followed the recipe as written and they were pretty darn good! I spooned the mayo mixture on the top of the wedges. Next time I think I will boil the potatoes for 10 minutes and then put them in a bowl with the mayo mixture to coat them better. I do love my regular recipe of oven potatoes, but do love the flavor and the time saved with this recipe.
I loved the potatoes. I cooked them a little longer than i should have so some were a little crispy. but so yummy!
It would be best to boil the potatoes whole. And a ranch dressing dip helped.
it definitely could have had more flavor but it was good!
These were really very good - even though I read (and used) shallots instead of garlic. And I'm a garlic lover. Can't wait to make them as written. These are now in my favorites.
It was great. It surpassed my last best potato recipe. "Heart Attack on a Plate"
I just love this recipe.One of my favorite recipes i am going to use for my next party
Yes I added Butter sour cream more garlic and Montreal steak seasoning to the sauce and it was delicious! Thanks for the receipt!
Turned out pretty good. Didn't change anything except used less potatoes....and I used reds cut into quarters. Putting everything in a zip lock bag seemed to work well...will do again
The only changes I made was to score each wedge for more surface area for the sauce to cling to - that worked well. After broiling, they are greasy, so transfer to something they can drain on so that they don't get mushy. I had to generously sprinkle them with Lawry's Seasoned Salt after broiling and first tasting them to get much flavor out of them. I liked them ok made strictly by the original recipe but didn't love them because of lack of flavor. My whole house smells like garlic now, but the taters don't taste very garlicky. Lawry's &/or Frank's Red Hot sauce makes anything more edible!
Probably the worsts potato dish I have made. Tossed it out.
Was perfect. Very yummy
Even with some of the recommendations; I opted to make this as is. Wanted to give the recipe a chance. It has great potential! Just not a lot of flavor as written. Need to double the Mayo and more seasonings! More garlic - including some garlic powder plus kosher salt, coarse pepper, oregano and basil? Maybe some red pepper flakes. Possibly Parmesan cheese.....but then again; transforming into a totally new recipe. Glad I tried and will keep in mind and use as a base to tinker from.
I didn’t think it had enough flavor.
I made these last night and my family loved them. I think when i make them again i will squeeze some fresh lemon over mine. All in all great recipe. Thank you for sharing it.
Totally agree with the name given to these potatoes. Followed the recipe as is. You can’t go wrong adding this to your menu.
A bit bland
I thought these were really good. We were pressed for time when cooking these and I decided to slice the potatoes in large chuncks so they would cook faster. Then I placed them on tin foil to cook on the BBQ they cooked great and I liked having the sauce/seasoning on every bite.
It was okay. I probably won’t make it again.
These were delish. Added some red pepper flakes to spice things up. Thank you!!!
These were different, I still prefer roasting potatoes with olive oil and spices to this version.
I made these potatoes for dinner tonight with some bone in Ribeyes. They were delicious! I will be making these potatoes again. So easy and tasty!
I wasn’t real sure as to cooking the potatoes before cooking in the oven. So I quartered the potatoes and then microwaved them for 16 minutes (I have an 800 watt microwave). I doubled the mixture and gobbed it on . I did added grated Parmesan (1/2 cup). Then I baked it at 375 for 38 minutes. My hubby loved them.