These were very good for being cooked in the microwave. I used less potatoes and had to adjust the cooking time but they came out wonderful!!
troublemaker Posted: 02/23/10
hairballsrus Posted: 06/05/11
A recipe I use time and time again. The only problem I've ever had is crushing the rosemary into smaller bits. Getting a large rosemary needle in between your teeth can be a bit unpleasant! These potatoes smell heavenly and taste better. Always add more garlic as it is the food of the Gods.
cpalma Posted: 08/28/11
15 minutes was too long with my microwave and they were a little gummy. I'll try it again by reducing the time to about 10 minutes. So easy worth trying again.
PetiteGourmet Posted: 09/07/11Portland, OR
I love these potatoes - they're so easy, yet so delicious! However, I have a real problem with recipes that call for using a microwave: it's so unhealthy to zap your food for long periods of time, and most things can be made either on the stove or in the oven for not much more time than it would take in the microwave. The way I usually make these is with a little bit of olive oil instead of butter (again, more healthy); fresh rosemary instead of dried (I find fresh rosemary easier to cut up, and I think fresh herbs always taste better); and I roast them in a 375ºF oven until they're nice and lightly browned, anywhere between 30 and 45 minutes, depending on how many potatoes I use. I have also pan-roasted them on the stovetop. They come out fabulously!