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These potatoes are a great accompaniment to any kind of meat; we love them with meatloaf. A great change from baked, mashed, or boiled potatoes!

DKOSKO
prep:
15 mins
cook:
1 hr
total:
1 hr 15 mins
Servings:
8
Max Servings:
8
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

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  • In a small shallow bowl, mix bread crumbs, paprika, salt, dried basil, dried oregano and pepper.

  • Brush potato halves with melted butter, and roll in the bread crumb mixture to coat.

  • Arrange potato halves in a medium baking dish. Bake 1 hour in the preheated oven, or until tender.

Nutrition Facts

164.79 calories; 3.34 g protein; 30.93 g carbohydrates; 3.4 g fat; 7.63 mg cholesterol; 366.67 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Anonymous
04/25/2006
Loved it and so did the family. I love EASY recipes. Thanks
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Anonymous
03/03/2005
My family nor myself cared for this recipe. It didn't have much flavor or kick.
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24 Ratings
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Amy F.
03/28/2007
With changes this recipe is very good I added seasoning salt garlic powder pepper & parmesan cheese to seasoned bread crumbs I also baked first 1/2 hr covered like a nother viewer suggested I also sprayed a little butter on after uncovering potatoes for a crispier topping cooked till tender & topped with bacon crumbs & sour cream
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EILISH40
07/01/2005
I had forgotten about this recipe. Thank you for reminding me how good it is. I always used Italian breadcrumbs and baked them covered for 1/2 an hr. Uncover and bake until tender. Excellent with roast turkey or chicken.
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Anonymous
04/25/2006
Loved it and so did the family. I love EASY recipes. Thanks
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Baking Nana
03/17/2012
Delicious! I used Panko crumbs for the bread crumbs - added a pinch of chili powder with the paprika and other spices. I had to peel my potatoes though because they were starting to sprout. Mine were medium sized potatoes and cooked beautifully crisp in about 45 minutes. Hubby really liked these - he said that wedges would be good so you get more of the crispy coating. Next time - and there will be a next time.:)
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BETSY M
03/05/2005
These potatoes were great. I didn't find them bland but I added some different spices like garlic powder season salt and paprika. I am currently on the weight watchers program and with in nutritional values supplies each serving is 2 points. Thanks for a great recipe.
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Anonymous
06/09/2003
This was not at all what I thought it would be. It needs the salt cut in half and the texture on the outside didn't quite mesh well with the texture on the inside. My honey loves potatoes and he had some of these left on his plate. That said it all. Will not make these again.
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Aly
10/15/2005
I thought these had a nice texture and good flavor and were a nice change to standard seasoned roasted potatoes. I don't quite understand complaints that they were dry. Baked potatoes without condiments are dry. I still thought the taste was good not overwhelming didn't steal the spotlight from the main dish. Will definitely be making these again. Thanks =)
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NecROgue
10/24/2005
These potatoes were good. Not a whole lot to offer for flavor but go well with a main dish that has a strong flavor or gravy/sauce. I personally put sour cream on these after they were done and they were very tasty.
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Anonymous
06/09/2003
Nice to have a new way to serve potatoes. The crunchiness is a good foil for the glazed meatloaf recipe. I think a half teaspoon of salt would be plenty though.
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