This week Katy wanted us to share our favorite seasonal recipes... the ones we love to make and love to eat this time of year. Well I almost didn't write one since nothing is in the love to make category. So I changed it to what can I make without my recipe book that I like to make. So just for some perspective when I make frozen corn, I get out my recipe card so I know when to add the sugar, water, butter, or whatever.
So that left one thing. Also that one thing I love to eat so I guess it works. I never made it to take anywhere because people live too far away.
Oven: 450 degrees.
Wash red potatoes or peel regular potatoes (or wash either kind or peel either kind but how I said is how I do it)
Cut into cubes... maximum 1 inch.
Drizzle Oil in pan and move it all around.
Add a touch more oil.
Add salt, pepper, paprika, garlic, chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, and whatever other spices you find. Sometimes when I make 2 pans I make one a little hotter for my husband and pretty much everyone else.
Stir. Stirring with my hands spreads all the spices better but is messier.
Put in oven.
Stir every 10-15 minutes for a total cooking time of 45-60 minutes.
Sometimes I add more spices when I'm stirring it. It just depends on my mood and what it looks like.
I am pretty sure you should eat other stuff too but that is not required.
With all the times I take pictures of my food, I can't believe I can't find a picture of the potatoes.