Roasted Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes

Want an easy and quick way to serve potatoes? Give this recipe a try. This recipe couldn’t get any easier. Simply purchase some large baking potatoes and sweet potatoes, peel and slice into wedges or chop into large cubes. In a large, gallon size plastic baggie, pour vegetable oil and onion-herb seasoning blend. Toss in the potato wedges or cubes and shake   the bag. Pour onto a large baking sheet, with sides, and bake. Roasted potatoes and roasted sweet potatoes will soon become your ‘go to’ veggie!
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Serve With

I like to serve these delicious and crispy potatoes wedges or cubes with blue cheese dressing but you can serve them with any condiment you like such as: ketchup, barbecue sauce, ranch dressing, mustard, tarter sauce or sour cream. My hubby’s favorite way to eat roasted potatoes and sweet potatoes is topped with sour cream, sharp cheddar cheese, diced crispy bacon and a sprinkle of sliced green onions. This man knows how to eat a plate of potato wedges!

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Roasted Potatoes and Roasted Sweet Potatoes

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  • 4 to 6 baking potatoes
  • 2 to 4 sweet potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon onion-herb seasoning blend


  • Peel potatoes, cut into large cubes. Rinse. In a large resealable baggie, pour in vegetable oil and add seasoning blend. Add potatoes and shake well. Pour potatoes out onto a large baking sheet with sides. Bake at 425º until potatoes are fork tender and browned, 30 to 45 minutes.
  • Serve with Blue cheese dressing or condiments of your choice.
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Roasted Cherry Tomatoes are always a welcomed sight. Perfect to serve alongside these tasty roasted potatoes. We like to serve just about anything “roasted” with creamy blue cheese dressing. Our favorite brand and the brand we use most often, Marzetti

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Health Note~ 
If you’re a salsa lover,  try using a thick and chunky variety as a topping for hamburgers, hot dogs or brats instead of using ketchup.