St. Patty's Potatoes

I know it's not St. Patrick's day anymore, but that doesn't mean I can't share a delish recipe with you! Put this in the quick and easy pile. When you see the cook time you might not agree that it's quick, but it's a "set it and forget it" type of cooking so you can do something else while you wait. These potatoes are yummy and the possibilities are endless. Serve them with hamburgers, throw them in a breakfast burrito, toss them in a frittata...

The Recipe:
St. Patty's Potatoes

What you need:
2 baking potatoes (chopped into 1/2 inch cubes)
2 tablespoons olive oil
dash of each:
garlic salt
seasoning salt
any other herb/spice that comes to mind!

Preheat oven to 350˚. Dump chopped potatoes, olive oil and spices into a large ziploc bag (freezer ones work best). Shake the contents until potatoes are covered. I like to let them "marinade" for awhile. Wrap tinfoil around a baking sheet. Evenly pour potatoes onto baking sheet and bake for 45-60 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes. Enjoy!

I like to wrap up the leftovers in the tinfoil and keep them in the fridge to put in eggs or to have on hand when we have sandwiches or burgers (veggie, of course). Feel free to mix up the spices. I usually just dump in whatever I have...a few shakes here, a few shakes there. Above are the spices I used today. We'll be serving them with Boca Chik'n patties on buns so they'll be like home fries! And because they are baked, they are a healthy alternative to french fries. So good. Let me know how yours turn out!