Top Rated Roasted Potato Recipes

duck
The original method for making the dish is to cure duck legs in spices and salt, submerge them in duck fat, and cook them very slowly until they emerge crispy and crunchy from the oven. But just imagine the amount of duck fat needed! That’s why this recipe is such a godsend for duck confit-lovers. It does require a 24-hour wait before cooking, but the results are worth every minute.
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Slow-Roasted Potatoes
These roasted potatoes are simple, and easy to make. They create the perfect side dish for any holiday roast.This recipe is courtesy of Crock Pot Dump Meals.
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red potatoes
Who doesn’t love potato salad? We make it all year — for summer barbecues, picnic lunches at the beach, autumn potluck dinners, and just about any other occasion. Here is one of our favorites that adds green beans to the spuds. Be sure to mix the vinaigrette with the potatoes and green beans while they are still warm.
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Try this festive lamb dish for Easter dinner this year.  Recipe corutesy of Chef Michael Ferraro of Delicatessen
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Scrambled Eggs with Bison Hickory Smoked Sausage on Roasted Potatoes, Yams, and
Bison for breakfast? Try this recipe to open your eyes to a whole new type of breakfast sausage on roasted potatoes, yams, and apples. 
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Roasted Potatoes with Rosemary
Try this roasted potatoes with rosemary recipe.
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Salt Roasted Potatoes
If you love potaotes try roasting them on a salt bed!
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Lemony Roasted Potatoes and Broccoli Rabe
Broccoli rabe is a leafy green packed with nutrients and health benefits making it the perfect addition to spice up your sides to guaranteed crowd-pleasers and stay on track with your healthy-eating goals during the holiday season.
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Roast Pork
You can’t have crackling without the pig skin, but sadly it has become quite difficult to buy a piece of pork with the rind still intact to make delicious crackling. It needs to be ordered ahead from the butcher, so do your bit and insist on getting it so that this essential part of the enjoyment of roast pork does not die out! Check out these Lessons in Irish Cooking.  Click here for more pork recipes.
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Beer Roasted Potatoes with Brussel Sprouts and Bacon
Crunchy bacon combines with chewy beer-roasted brussel sprouts and potatoes to create a hearty sidedish. This recipe is courtesy of Potato Goodness.For more potato inspiration, check out our 50 Best Potato Recipes, Mashed and Beyond.
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Artichokes used to make this spread help the liver metabolize fat, flush the gall bladder, and cleanse the palate of excess mucus. The lemon used in the recipe awakens the pungent flavor in the body, detoxifies the lymphatic system, and provides vitamin C. Lastly, the olive oil is an anti-inflammatory that is rich in vitamin E and monounsaturated fats, which enhance colon health. 
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Oven-Baked Sardines with Fennel and Citrus Fruits
This recipe was developed in our school during "Slow Fish Week." It uses soffritto, but with a citrus twist to balance the oily fish. If you can't find fresh baby fennel, use a teaspoon of fennel seeds. Mackerel can also be cooked in this way. Click here to see A Regional Italian Cookbook for Obsessed Home Cooks.
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