Crispy Oven Potatoes

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Who else did a September Whole30? My husband and I did, and we started a few days late so we’re still going strong. Two days left! I’m going to do a blog post all about Whole30, what I loved, what I missed, and what I learned. So, stay tuned for that! Ever since starting Whole30, I have been refining my potatoes. My husband said they’re the best fries he’s ever had! And yes, he calls them fries. He can call them whatever he wants! I call them crispy oven potatoes.

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I am so excited to be working with Redmond Real Salt for today’s post! Guys, just a reminder- I never work with brands I don’t fully and completely believe in. I reached out to them because their salt is MAJOR! To celebrate good salt, I have gotten an affiliate link for y’all! Just click HERE to get some Redmond Real Salt of your own. I’m asked ALL the time what seasonings I use and the number one is salt. GOOD quality salt truly makes all the difference. Why do I love their salt? I’ll tell ya. It’s made right here in the USA! Redmond actually owns their own salt mine in Utah which is an ancient sea bed. Seriously the coolest thing ever. This is the purest, most unrefined salt you can buy. Have you ever looked at the ingredients in your salt? Some salts are heat processed, or filled with anti-caking agents, and even sugar added! It’s true. Redmond is my favorite salt and I know you will love it too. 

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It’s potato time! Let’s talk a little bit about potatoes. For this recipe, I like to use rainbow mini potatoes. Number one reason is they’re cute. Number two is they crisp up in the oven really nicely. My favorite ones to use are sunrise medley or petite fingerlings. They are just perfect for this recipe. You can also use new potatoes but DO NOT use russets. They contain too much starch and don’t crisp like you want. Chop your potatoes in quarters or eighths, depending on the size. The more surface area, the crispier. I like mine bite sized. 

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Add avocado oil. You can also use olive oil. Stir to coat the potatoes. Add Redmond Real Salt, onion powder, garlic powder, smoked paprika, and lemon juice and stir to coat. Make sure to use smoked paprika and not regular paprika, the flavor is EVERYTHING.

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Pop your potatoes on a sheet pan. Give the pan a little shake to get them in one even layer. You won’t need to oil the pan since you put avocado oil on the potatoes first! Throw those babies in the oven! They crisp so much better on the bottom rack (closer to the heat source). Roast for 10 minutes then shake the pan to move them around. Then roast 10 minutes more. Depending on your oven, you might want to do 5 or 10 minutes more after the full 20 minutes. Cook them to your heart’s desire! 

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These are delicious on their own. I make them all the time as a side for dinner with fish and greens! They are also fantastic with pesto or a garlic aioli. My husband eats them with ketchup. I like to save the leftovers for a quick breakfast hash with breakfast sausage, arugula, and a fried egg. Enjoy, friends!

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Crispy Oven Potatoes

prep time: 5 minscook time: 20 minstotal time: 25 mins

ingredients:

  • 1 lb fingerling or sunrise medley potatoes
  • 1 T avocado oil
  • 1/2 t Redmond Real Salt
  • 1 t garlic powder
  • 1/4 t onion powder
  • 1/2 t smoked paprika
  • juice of half a lemon

instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 425F. Rinse and chop potatoes into quarters or eighths and place in a large mixing bowl. 
  2. Add avocado oil and stir to coat. Add garlic powder, onion powder, salt, smoked paprika, and lemon juice, and stir to coat. 
  3. Pour potatoes on a sheet pan and shake to distribute to an even layer.
  4. Roast on bottom rack for 10 minutes. Shake pan to flip. Roast another 10 minutes. May need a few extra minutes to reach desired crispiness. Enjoy! 
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