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Comfort Side Dish – Roasted Rooster Potatoes

Roasted Rooster potatoes in bowl

My SoCal lifestyle is not always so busy that this pinup doesn’t cook. In fact, I really like to cook, but I like things simple. I want to taste the food this pinup is cooking for loved ones.

Today, I have a great, and easy, side dish recipe for potatoes. This would be great for family, or date night (Valentine’s is on FRIDAY). I made these roasted rooster potatoes so I could take photos for BusyBeeBlogger.com and they were gone within the hour. I almost did not get the “finished” photo!

Roasted Rooster potatoes ingredients

For two people (with some leftover… maybe)

What you will need:
One Bag Of Rooster Potatoes
2 tablespoons of vegetable oil
Salt
Pepper
(you can also add two cloves of minced garlic if you would like)

HEAT OVEN to 425 F

Cut Rooster potatoes into quarters. Place into bowl. Pour in the oil and make sure the potatoes are coated. (If you are using garlic, this would be the time to mix into the potatoes)

I used a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil. This makes my cleanup easier. Lay the potatoes out on the cookie sheet. Sprinkle the kosher salt and pepper over the potatoes.

Put potatoes in the oven for about 30 minutes. Until potatoes are cooked through.

These are great as a side dish, or as I found, a finger food. Just have some dips available nearby. ENJOY!

Roasted Rooster potatoes sliced
The Rooster potato is not a russet or a red potato – what makes the Rooster potato so unique is its fresh, nutty and buttery taste – it stands apart from other potatoes.
• The Rooster potato starts pink, but bakes golden brown, with a light yellow fluffy flesh
• A most versatile potato that can be baked, boiled, mashed, roasted, or fried – so great for any comfort food dish or cooking with kids!
• Affordable & accessible to everyone by being sold at Walmart (vs new epicurean specialty veggies typically only found in a Whole Foods-esque store)
• Healthy :: contain fiber, vitamin C, B6, iron, potassium and many more minerals and vitamins
• Grown in the US for the first time, farmers stamp each bag they harvest for consumers to see, and you can ‘meet the farmers’ too
• Naturally :: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Cholesterol Free, Fat Free, Vegan

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10 Comments

  1. I love potatoes – probably too much! :) These look yummy

  2. Those potatoes look so amazing. I may have to try these.

  3. I like to kick mine up with garlic salt and paprika – mmm… now I’m hungry

  4. I’m all about potatoes – cooked in any manner, definitely one of the staples of my diet!

  5. Those look totally delicious. Sadly. I am trying to lose weight so must skip these for a bit.

  6. I love, love, love potatoes. It’s an unhealthy addiction.

  7. Potatoes are the most universal food. You can literally make a ton of things with them.

  8. I agree, there are so many ways to prepare potatoes.

  9. Great looking side dish that the whole family will love.

  10. I’m pretty sure we are going to make these to go along with our steaks tonight.