Greek-style potatoes with lemon and thyme from A New Way To Cook by Sally Schneider

  • shallots
  • bay leaves
  • thyme
  • potatoes
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  • Breadcrumbs on May 02, 2011

    p. 49 -We loved these! This recipe has some definite similarities to Tom's and I’d say it’s a simplified version. We thoroughly enjoyed them and I’ll be happy to make them again. One thing I’d suggest for next time is that each potato be scored 1/3 of the way in w a cross to ensure the potatoes were able to absorb as much of the lemony goodness as possible. This time they weren't as lemony as we like. Dry oregano is a good substitute for the fresh thyme and, I’d definitely recommend adding some crushed garlic to this recipe. . . I’ve never had Greek potatoes without garlic!

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