Bake Sliced Potatoes

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Howdy y’all! It’s your friendly neighborhood foodie here, bringing you everything there is to know about one of my favorite dishes – baked sliced potatoes. As a tried-and-true lover of comfort food, I can vouch for the addictive taste and texture of these babies!

Why Baked Sliced Potatoes ?

So, you might be asking, why baked sliced potatoes? Why not mashed, fried, or some other way? Well, darling, let me tell you – there’s something delightfully irresistible about a slice of potato that’s been baked to perfection. The outside turns golden and crispy while the inside stays soft and creamy. And let me tell you, that blend of textures is just divine.

The Magic Of Seasonings

Now, we can’t talk about baked sliced potatoes without talking about seasonings. The beauty of these spuds is how they take on flavors. Garlic powder, ground black pepper, celery seed, paprika, a dash of cayenne pepper, and a sprinkle of salt are some of my go-to choices. These spices bring out the natural earthiness of the potato, giving it a robust and savory profile.

How Do You Get The Perfect Slice?

This is a question I get often: How do you get the perfect slice? A sharp knife and a steady hand is the traditional way to go about it. But if you’re after uniformity and ease, a mandoline slicer is your new best friend. Aim for slices about ⅛-inch thick – thin enough to get crispy, but thick enough to retain that soft, creamy center.

The Baking Process

Alright, let’s move on to the fun part – baking! It’s essential to spread out your potato slices evenly on the baking sheet to make sure they all get a fair share of heat. A little drizzle of olive oil gives them that beautiful golden hue and an additional flavor dimension. And remember, darlings, flip those slices frequently to ensure they brown evenly on both sides.

The Famous Question: How Long To Bake?

Now we’re getting to the real crux of the matter. How long should you bake those gorgeous slices? Well, in an oven preheated to 400 degrees F, your slices should reach that optimum level of crispiness and browning in about 40 to 45 minutes. Keep in mind, every oven is a bit different, so keep an eye on your first batch until you get a feel for your oven’s personality.

Bake Sliced Potatoes

Baked sliced potatoes are a tasty, comforting side dish. Seasoned and baked to perfection, they're a crispy delight that pairs well with just about anything!
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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 4 medium-sized baking potatoes we’re slicing ’em 1/8-inch thick
  • A smidge of garlic powder – about ⅛ teaspoon
  • The same amount of ground black pepper – ⅛ teaspoon
  • And let’s throw in ⅛ teaspoon of celery seed
  • Paprika? You betcha! Another ⅛ teaspoon
  • Now for a little zing, just a pinch of cayenne pepper
  • A dash of salt to bring out all those flavors
  • And of course some good ol’ olive oil. Let’s say about 4 tablespoons, but feel free to add more if needed

Instructions

  • First off, get that oven humming along at a warm 400 degrees F (or 200 degrees C for our international friends out there).
  • Next, grab your sliced potatoes, garlic powder, black pepper, celery seed, paprika, cayenne pepper, and a pinch of salt. Toss ’em all into a zip-top bag and shake, shake, shake it up to get those spuds all coated and flavorful.
  • Then, pour out those seasoned potatoes onto a good-sized baking sheet, making sure they’re spread out nice and even. Don’t forget to give them a nice, generous drizzle of olive oil.
  • Slide that sheet into your preheated oven and let them bake to their heart’s content until they’re as crispy as you like them. Usually, around 40 to 45 minutes should do the trick. Make sure to turn them over frequently so they get a nice, even golden brown all over.
  • Once they’re perfectly crisped, take ’em out of the oven and let them cool down just a touch before you transfer them into your favorite serving dish.

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