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The Best Gluten Free Roasted Potatoes

Yes, potatoes are gluten free, however, I used gluten free ingredients to season them, hence the title Gluten Free Roasted Potatoes.

These gluten free roasted potatoes are a perfect side dish on holidays or for celebrations. My husband loved them tonight.

Coat the bottom and sides of your pan with olive oil. I prefer to use a glass pan but you can use any oven-safe pan of your choice.

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Slice your onions very thin and place into the bottom of your pan. Cut garlic into small pieces and place on top of onion. Spray with olive oil and set aside.

Pour breadcrumbs and flour into a plastic Ziploc bag. Season with garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, salt and parmesan cheese. Set aside.

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Pour oil into another Ziploc bag and set aside.

Wash and dry potatoes. Cut into bite sized pieces. Place potatoes into bag with oil. Seal bag tightly and "shake" bag around (I did this very gently turning bag side to side and slightly upside down) until potatoes are coated in oil. Using a slotted spoon, remove potatoes from oil and place into bag with seasoned breadcrumbs. Zip the bag and shake until potatoes are coated with breadcrumbs.

Using the slotted spoon remove potatoes from breadcrumbs and place on top of onion and garlic in pan. Melt butter and drizzle over breaded potatoes.

Place pan into a 425 degree preheated oven. Roast approximately 30 minutes, stiring once during the roasting process. Test potatoes with a fork to be sure they have cooked to desired tenderness. Broil a few minutes to brown. Do not walk away. Watch as they broil as you don't want them to burn.

Remove from oven. Allow to cool briefly as you don't want to break up the potatoes if they are too hot when you try to serve them. Serve and enjoy.


1/2 Yellow onion

5 - 8 garlic cloves

Gluten free plain breadcrumbs (as much as needed for amount of potatoes)

Gluten free measure for measure flour - approximately 2 to 3 tablespoons

Garlic powder (McCormick is gluten free unless otherwise noted)

Onion powder (McCormick is gluten free unless otherwise noted)

Parsley flakes (McCormick is gluten free unless otherwise noted)

Salt to taste

Parmesan cheese to taste

Olive oil - to coat potatoes and onions and garlic, spray bottom and sides of pan

Gold potatoes - amount your choice - washed, dried and cubed

4 tablespoons butter

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