Sunday, February 26, 2012

Potato Stacks

So a while back I had pinned this recipe for potato stacks on Pinterest.
Unfortunately, when I went to make the recipe, I found it had been removed from the website.
So anyways, I did a little searching and found other similar recipes.
Using those, I kind of made up my own recipe!
And now I'll share it with you guys :)


First things first, I used my slicer thing {I think it's called a mandoline??} and sliced 1 small white potato and 2 small red potatoes.


Then I melted about 2 tablespoons of butter in a bowl.
I added about 1 tbsp of dried parsley, 3 tsp minced garlic, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1 tsp dried onions.
Now these aren't specific, because honestly I just guesstimated on the amounts.


Then I greased a 6 tin muffin pan.


Using a pastry brush, I put a little of the butter mixture in the bottom of each tin.


Then I added a potato {or more if they were small slices} and topped with a smidge more butter.


I kept doing that until I filled all the pans.
Then I popped it in an oven preheated to 350.


I cooked them for about 45 minutes or so until they are golden brown and the potatoes are cooked through.



Mmmmm!
So delicious!


ENJOY :)

5 comments:

Katie @ Pincushion Creations said...

Yum! Looks really good! Would love to have you link it to my "Homemade By You" link party on Wednesday!
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Ashley said...

New follower! These look really good, just pinned them to my recipe finds board! =)
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Leah Koenig said...

Just pinned it too! Can't wait to try them! Yum... who in their right mind doesn't love potatoes??? Thanks for sharing!

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Aisling Beatha said...

oooh, gotta try that one!

Alison @ Oopsey Daisy said...

OH YUM! My mouth is watering!!! This looks so stinkin' tasty! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy! By the way, I love your tagline "If you have to open a box, it's handmade!!"

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