This one is a winner!!!!
Small round potatoes (I used red ones & use as many as you will need)
rosemary (or other herbs of your choosing)
Bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Add in as many potatoes as you want and cook them to fork-tender. When ready - drain.
On a cookie sheet - drizzle olive oil to keep your potatoes from sticking. Place the potatoes on the cookie sheet. With a potato masher - press down gently one way and then the other way.
Put some olive oil in a small cup/dish and brush the olive oil over each potato - making sure pretty much all of the top is coated. Sprinkle kosher salt, pepper & rosemary on top of each oil-coated potato. Bake at a preheated 450 degree oven for 20-25 minutes.
Notes: I found this on Pinterest but it is from Pioneer Woman. Hers looked better than mine, but I think they tasted the same!! I made a lot of these and they are good as leftovers heated in the microwave.
Here are the fork-tender potatoes on the cookie sheet -
After they have been 'smashed' -
I had loaded up the sheet, but you can do as little of these potatoes as you want. Now, the olive oil has been brushed on and the spices sprinkled -
All cooked and ready to eat -
This night I served them with a Crockpot Roast and broccoli & cheese. Now, Lucy was not interested in this meal. She was more concerned with the mail that came for her that day. She got a free sample of some dry cat food and was very pleased with the mailman!!
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