Honey Roasted Red-Skinned Potatoes

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  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h 15 m
  • Serves: 12
  • No Allergens

Ingredients (4)

Main ingredients

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For Potatoes

  1. Preheat oven to 400ºF.

  2. Slice potatoes into wedges and spread on a baking sheet.

  3. In a small bowl, combine onion soup mix, honey, and olive oil. Toss with potatoes until well-coated.

  4. Bake for 1 hour, uncovered, until potatoes are soft and golden brown.

  5. Before serving, toss potatoes to recoat with the sauce. Serve hot.



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  • Devora

    Made this for for the first night of succos. Was really easy and came out delicious. Also cut up sweet potatoes to the mixture.
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  • sarah

    easy and delish!
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  • Miriam

    This is one of the fastest, easiest recipes I make. I first made it for Rosh Hashana, but made it again for Succot, because people couldn’t get enough!
    Posted by Mir613 |2022-10-12 21:38:22
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  • Lauren Cole

    Hello, I made this last night but the potatoes came out burnt and I am wondering if I should not have used aluminum foil to line the baking sheet with? I want to make these again but was not sure about lining the baking sheet? Thanks. Lauren
    Posted by llresnick |2022-09-26 16:02:50
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    I always recommend using parchment paper or an oven-proof silicon mat.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|October 21, 2022
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  • Lauren Cole

    Hello, I made this last night but the potatoes came out burnt and I am wondering if I should not have used aluminum foil to line the baking sheet with? I want to make these again but was not sure about lining the baking sheet? Thanks.
    Posted by llresnick |2022-09-26 16:01:21
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  • Rochel Preiserowicz

    Rewarmed

    Are these potatoes good Rewarmed or they can only be eaten fresh?
    Posted by Rop118 |February 8, 2017
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    Chaia Frishman
    Potatoes are moody when rewarmed. Roasted potatoes tend to dry out a lot. There seems to be a lot of liquid in these roasted ones. I would add some water and cover tightly before I rewarmed them. But everything is better fresh.
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  • Miriam

    This is one of the fastest, easiest recipes I make. I first made it for Rosh Hashana, but made it again for Succot, because people couldn’t get enough!
    Posted by Mir613 |2022-10-12 21:38:22
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  • Devora

    Made this for for the first night of succos. Was really easy and came out delicious. Also cut up sweet potatoes to the mixture.
    Posted by Sweettestbee |2022-10-12 08:43:57
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  • sarah

    easy and delish!
    Posted by swolpin |2022-10-12 01:32:32
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  • Lauren Cole

    Hello, I made this last night but the potatoes came out burnt and I am wondering if I should not have used aluminum foil to line the baking sheet with? I want to make these again but was not sure about lining the baking sheet? Thanks. Lauren
    Posted by llresnick |2022-09-26 16:02:50
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    I always recommend using parchment paper or an oven-proof silicon mat.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|October 21, 2022
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  • Lauren Cole

    Hello, I made this last night but the potatoes came out burnt and I am wondering if I should not have used aluminum foil to line the baking sheet with? I want to make these again but was not sure about lining the baking sheet? Thanks.
    Posted by llresnick |2022-09-26 16:01:21
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  • Rochel Preiserowicz

    Rewarmed

    Are these potatoes good Rewarmed or they can only be eaten fresh?
    Posted by Rop118 |February 8, 2017
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    Chaia Frishman
    Potatoes are moody when rewarmed. Roasted potatoes tend to dry out a lot. There seems to be a lot of liquid in these roasted ones. I would add some water and cover tightly before I rewarmed them. But everything is better fresh.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|February 9, 2017
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