These are amazing! White Truffle Oil is expensive but so worth it and a bottle which might cost you around $18-$25 will last you a VERY long time. If you cook a lot its an ingredient worth investing in. I grated the garlic over a microplane (about 5 cloves) so it juiced the garlic a bit. I find it coats veggies easier when I'm roasting them. I used fresh baby red potatoes and quartered them. I used to have a problem with roasted potatoes sticking to the pan unless I arranged them all skin side down. I learned that if you let your roasting pan or sheet pan preheat with your oven so its super hot when you put the potatoes on it acts like a skillet that sears your potatoes and then they don't stick! It also helps to get a really good crunchy side to your roasted potatoes. All in all, I didn't change a thing with this recipe (except to grate, not mince the garlic) and it was a HUGE hit!!
Truffled Roasted Potatoes
EmmyLou8 Posted: 04/25/11
HouseofGee Posted: 05/09/11
I couldn't track down white truffle oil so I had to substitute black truffle oil ($13 for a small bottle). The potatoes were fantastic, nevertheless. I also used fresh baby red potatoes that I quartered. Highly recommended!
lizlee Posted: 06/21/11
these potatoes are outstanding! i used fresh red potatoes, black truffle oil, and thyme from the garden. i couldn't have been happier with the way they turned out, and my husband devoured them. these would be a perfect,easy side dish for a dinner party.
KWendel Posted: 07/24/11
This dish is absolutely delicious. I bought tiny red potatoes, cut them in half, dumped them in a large plastic bag and poured in the rest of the ingredients on the top, swished it around, and threw it in the oven on a cookie sheet covered with foil. They are divine and so easy.
lizlutz Posted: 03/31/13
So good! I used porcini infused oil and parsley instead of thyme. I also used nibbles potatoes. These will be a new family favorite.