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Oven Roasted Parmesan Potatoes – There’s nothing like the taste of crispy, crispy potatoes that are roasted to perfection. And when you add some delicious Danish Creamery Sea Salted Premium Butter to the mix? It takes these little potatoes to a whole new level of indulgence! In this recipe, I’ll show you how easy it is to make oven-roasted parmesan baby potatoes. They’re perfect as a side dish for any meal, or even as a snack! So grab your potatoes and get ready to enjoy some seriously tasty, crispy, crunchy goodness!
Potatoes are the quintessential comfort food. They can be cooked in so many different ways, and one of my favorites is, without a doubt, crispy, oven-roasted potatoes. Add parmesan cheese, simple seasonings, and some creamy sea-salted butter, and you’ve got a taste explosion in your mouth! No wonder they went viral on social media!
why you’ll love these crispy parmesan potatoes
- Easy to make! You don’t have to peel the potatoes, and the scoring takes no time at all. The oven really does all the work for you.
- These potatoes pair well with so many different meals. The flavor profile is neutral enough to go with seafood, chicken, steak – really anything you can think of!
- Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. The parmesan cheese adds a delicious nutty flavor, while the Danish Creamery Sea Salted Premium Butter gives it a rich, indulgent taste, all while crisping the outside of the potatoes.
- Kid-friendly. Since the texture is similar to a french fry, kids will love these potatoes!
Ingredients to make parmesan potatoes
- Butter: Butter plays a huge part in this recipe. Not only does it help the potatoes get crispy, but it also infuses them with flavor and richness. That’s why I don’t just use any butter; I use Danish Creamery Sea Salted Premium Butter which happens to be my favorite, and for good reason. It’s made with high-quality cream and a touch of sea salt for a richer, creamier flavor and adds a delicious hint of saltiness to these potatoes
- Baby potatoes: Choose small, uniform baby potatoes for this recipe. This will ensure they cook evenly and consistently.
- Parmesan cheese: Use good quality grated parmesan cheese for added nutty flavor. You want to avoid the overly processed parmesan, and if you can get a hunk, you grate yourself even better!
- Garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, salt, and pepper: These seasonings enhance the overall flavor of the potatoes. Feel free to adjust to your taste.
How to make oven-roasted parmesan potatoes
One thing I’m sure you’ll love is that this is a one-pan dish! From melting the butter to creating the parmesan crust paste to baking everything to perfection, it’s all done in one baking dish!
How To Make the Butter Paste
- Place the butter in a baking dish.
- Set it in the oven until the butter is melted. Remove the dish from the oven.
- Add parmesan cheese and spices until well combined, and they form a paste. Spread with a spatula to coat the bottom of the pan with the paste.
How To Make Roasted Parmesan Potatoes
- Place the halved potatoes cut side down in the baking dish. Brush with the reserved melted butter on top.
- Bake until golden brown and crispy (not charred).
Tips for making crispy parmesan potatoes
- Look for baby potatoes around the same size. This will ensure they cook evenly and consistently. You don’t want some potatoes extra crispy while others are still soft.
- Don’t skip scoring the potatoes before adding them to the dish. This helps the butter, seasonings, and parmesan cheese get inside and infuse the potatoes with flavor and crispiness.
- Make sure to use high-quality ingredients. Pass the cheap, flavorless parmesan for a better-aged variety, and avoid using vegetable-based margarine and opt for real butter like Danish Creamery for maximum taste.
- Don’t overcrowd the baking dish. Make sure the potatoes have enough room to crisp up and not be piled on top of each other. Otherwise, they will likely steam instead of crisp up.
- Serve immediately for maximum crispiness. Just like with other forms of crispy potatoes, these potato nuggets are best when served hot and fresh out of the oven.
popular substitutions & additions
- Repurpose the leftovers. These potatoes make a great addition to breakfast the next day, paired with eggs or in a breakfast hash.
- Make them spicy. Add some cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes to the seasoning mix for a kick of heat.
- Switch up the cheese. Substitute grated parmesan with grated cheddar, asiago, or a mix of your favorite cheeses.
- Finish off with some herbs. Some chopped fresh parsley or chives would be a great addition to sprinkle on top of your crispy potatoes.
what to serve with your oven-roasted parmesan potatoes
- Roasted Salmon in Butter
- Honey Mustard Chicken
- Cast Iron Skillet Steak
- Salmon Lettuce Wraps
- Air Fryer Hamburgers
how to store & reheat roasted parmesan potatoes
These potatoes can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge. Much like french fries, they won’t be crispy when reheated, but they can be repurposed as mentioned above and make a tasty addition to a breakfast hash or added as a side to your protein of choice.
To reheat, preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and spread the potatoes onto a baking sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes, until heated through and slightly crispy again. Alternatively, you can microwave them in 30-second intervals until warmed through.
how long will roasted potatoes last in the fridge?
In an airtight container, they will typically last for 3-5 days. It’s always best to enjoy them fresh out of the oven for maximum crispiness.
can I freeze roasted potatoes?
I do not recommend freezing them as the texture may become soggy when thawed. It’s best to enjoy them fresh or repurpose leftovers within a few days.
Frequently asked questions
Scoring the potatoes helps enhance the flavor and crispiness, but it is not necessary. However, I highly recommend it for optimal taste and texture.
Yes, but it’s really not necessary. The skin adds extra texture and some added nutrients, so I suggest leaving it on.
Yes, but their cooking time will vary, and it may be harder to get crispy, evenly cooked potatoes with regular-sized potatoes. I suggest using baby or small new potatoes for the best results.
If you’re looking for a delicious, crispy side dish to add to your next meal, look no further than oven-roasted Parmesan baby potatoes. This recipe is simple and easy to follow, using high-quality ingredients like Danish Creamery Sea Salted Premium Butter for maximum flavor. The leftovers also make a great addition to breakfast the next day!
More Roasted Vegetable recipes:
- Roasted Cabbage
- Roasted Sweet Potatoes
- Whole Roasted Cauliflower
- Oven Roasted Carrots
- Roasted Beet Salad
- Roasted Delicata Squash
- Roasted Chickpeas
- Cheesy Oven Roasted Asparagus
- Oven Roasted Brussel Sprouts
- Roasted Red Peppers
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Roasted Parmesan Potatoes
- Preheat the oven to 425˚F. Using a small sharp knife, score the potatoes. Place the butter in an 9 x 13-inch baking dish and set in the oven for 5 minutes, until the butter is melted.
- Remove the dish from the oven, add parmesan cheese and spices until well combined and they form a paste. Spread with a spatula to coat the bottom of the pan with the paste.
- Place the halved potatoes cut side down in the baking dish. Brush with the reserved melted butter on top. Bake until golden brown and crispy, about 35 minutes.
- Separate the potatoes and serve with a ranch dip, if desired.
Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.