ina’s mustard roasted potatoes.

Awhile back, dear Samma posted a link to these delicious looking potatoes. I promptly pinned – and then forgot about them. That is, until I began my quest to make everything Ina Garten, and I rediscovered the recipe. These are an instant classic – simple as they can be, but different enough that it’s not just another boring roasted potato. Not to mention, I cut up the onions and potatoes early in the day, throw them in a ziploc with the olive oil and mustard and set aside until I’m ready to toss them on a pan and into the oven. If you’re looking for a quick, last minute Thanksgiving side… here you are.

Ina’s Mustard Roasted Potatoes
from Ina Garten At Home

2 1/2-3 pounds red potatoes, quartered
2 yellow onions, cut into half moons
3 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp grainy mustard
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp (or to taste) kosher salt
1/4 cup chopped parsley, optional

Preheat oven to 425, and prepare a large baking sheet with foil. Spray with cooking spray.
Toss potatoes, onions, oil, mustard and salt and pepper on the baking pan. (alternately, you can put them all in a large ziploc and let them rest until you’re ready to cook them.)

Bake for 45 minutes to an hour, tossing a few times – or until tender. Top with chopped parsley if you’re looking to impress.

GO COCKS! BEAT THE TATERS!
jcristg

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8 thoughts on “ina’s mustard roasted potatoes.

  1. Hi Claire –
    I’m not sure why you can’t pin; both Tina and I regularly pin from this site, as do others. Do you have the Pin It! button installed in your toolbar? You can also pin directly from the Pinterest site, using their Add+ button. Good luck!

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