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Oven Roasted Potatoes

Oven Roasted Potatoes
This recipe has become an overnight classic! I was preparing a recipe, and noticed that the spice ingredients were in the new blend I had bought--Back of the Yards Garlic Pepper. I usually make more than the recipe calls for, because they don't last long!

Submitted by: Katherine from Peabody, MA
Yield: 5 Servings


Preparation Instructions:

Heat oven to 375 degrees.

Toss all ingredients in one bowl. Transfer to a baking sheet that has four sides, so the potatoes don't fall off! Roast 45-60 minutes until potatoes are golden and crisp, turning several times.

Serve very hot with a savory dip, such as ranch or bleu cheese.

More About This Recipe

I keep an eye on the oven. It may not take as long as 60 minutes. This could probably also be done on a grill with the right kind of pan. I will have to try it this summer!

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Based on 6 reviews

Customer Reviews

Michael Schmidt

Quibble, quibble… for that, one star? I used russets too small for baking. Quartered them, misted them with olive oil, sprinkled with the Back of the Yards and 30 minutes in the “air fryer” at 350 F. I now have an idiot proof informal side or appy with almost zero active prep.


We make these with russet potatoes cut into small pieces. We use 3 tablespoons of olive oil to 2 tablespoons of the Back of The Yards spice rub. Mix olive oil and spices to make a paste and then pour onto 3 pounds of cut-up potatoes, mixing until evenly coated. Cook in the oven at 425 for about 30 mins, or until the potatoes are soft, and then finish in an air fryer for perfect browning. They are a big hit with my family and there are never any leftovers.


The recipe calls for russets or “other waxy potatoes.” Russets ARE NOT waxy potatoes! Red skin potatoes are one example of waxy potatoes.

Jim Takajy

Russets cook up dry and fluffy – good for baking and frying – they are NOT waxy potatoes (as implied in your ingredient list.) Waxy potatoes would not work well in this recipe in my opinion. Russets or Yukon Gold would be best.

Marjorie Sharp

I just wanted to let you know how surprised and pleased I was to receive the spice order I recently received from you. The packaging was beautiful, stylish and classy. I loved the orange envelope with the folder inside of it. I don’t remember the last time I received something in packaging that was so nice. To top it off, on the receipt there was a hand written note from Jake, thanking me for my purchase. Your efforts made me feel special and valued, something that is sorely lacking in these stressful times. Thank you for taking the time and effort to do a personal touch. It is most appreciated. I will enjoy my hard to find spices with good thoughts of Spice House
Marji S

Teri Williams

I am interested in the Oven Roasted Potatoes!

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