When it comes to potatoes, there are no limits to one’s creativity! There are so many things to make, taste, and explore when we are dealing with this vegetable. This Perfectly Seasoned Baked Potato Balls recipe is the definition of great for the heart, body, and soul goodness!
It is easy, quick, and a perfect side dish idea for basically any meal! Make sure you save this recipe for later, because I am pretty sure you just found your new favorite back-of-the-pocket recipe!
Baked Potato Balls
And just like the saying that goes “Behind every great man is a women”, I am here to tell you that behind every great meal is a side serving that’s empowering the whole experience and intensifying those flavors!
So, are you looking for a perfect meal companion? The peanut butter to your jelly? The apples to your pie! The salt to your pepper? Well look no more! These Baked Potato Balls are here to impress, and are looking to catch a permanent place at your dinner table.
Add Your Favorite Spices for Intensified Flavors
After searching for, reading about, and baking these flavor-infused Baked Potato balls, it is time to match them with a just-as-good recipe that will beautifully complement your creation. Here are a few serving ideas you might consider trying.
First, baked potatoes go wonderfully with almost any protein. Enjoy them with a tender piece of a slow cooked Roast Beef. This one is a full meal packed with intense meaty flavors, protein, and flavor-infused vegetables.
You might also want to serve them with a savory Meat and Veggie Wellington Roll. Enjoy an elegant, flaky, and juicy meal with a side of baked potatoes and veggies.
Never underestimate the power of perfectly seasoned veggies, they’ll come serving the flavors you never knew you wanted in your life!
Beautifully Complements Any Meal!
Got Some Extra Potatoes At Hand? No Worries!
If you have some extra potatoes at hand and feel like dabbling in trying another flavor-infused dish, then no worries! I will have you whipping another amazingly satisfying meal in no time! And no trips to the local store needed!
Let’s start with a delicious mixture of potatoes, ground beef, onion, eggs, and delicious spices. A Meat Potato Onion Egg Skillet will appeal to everyone including picky eaters and discerning palates.
Need Other Side Dish Ideas?
My Skillet-Sautéed Potatoes And Onions is packed with browned potatoes spiced up with aromatic onions and peppers with a juicy tomato and bouillon base. Definitely worthy of a try!
There is no better way at impressing the masses than a serving of some KFC Baked Potatoes Wedges. This one saves you a trip to your local fast food joint. It is quick, effortless, and a healthier take on your favorite guilty pleasure!
Finally, to all my Mediterranean food lovers, I have brought you some belly-warming dishes that will remind you of the fine taste of home. Enjoy a serving of some Spicy Potato and Cilantro (Batata Harra) or a Boiled Potatoes With Dried Herbs. These recipes are great for tight budget meals and pairs well with salads, proteins, or on it’s own.
A Budget-Friendly Meal for The Family
Expert Tips And Tricks
If you think you are the first one to search for baked potato recipes, then trust me when I tell you that you most definitely are not! Although this Baked Potato Balls recipe is amazingly effortless, I may have a few tips that will make the cooking process easier.
Tip 1: Soak your potatoes in cold water before baking to get a crispy outer layer. Soaking will remove the starch and help you achieve some crunchy goodness.
Tip 2: Store your leftovers potatoes in an air-tight container for up to 4 days. You might also think of freezing them. I bet you haven’t thought of that!
Tip 3: Make sure your potatoes are dry before you toss in the spice mix and start baking. You really don’t want to end up with soggy potatoes.
Tip 4: Throw in other spices like chili flakes or red pepper if you are craving a certain taste to your potato balls.
Tasty Goodness Couldn’t Get Easier Than This!
Frequently Asked Questions
Sure you can! Small round potatoes should work fine with this recipe. Peel the skin off (or keep it if you prefer) and par boil the potatoes for about 8 to 10 minutes before baking.
Don’t wrap your potatoes in aluminum foil. This will hold the moisture in and create sort of a “boiled” taste rather than what we are aiming for.
Poking potatoes is usually done to avoid them literally exploding while moisture is trying to seep out. Although it is not obligatory to do so, if you feel the need to I suggest you go for it.
Season, Bake, Devour!
The Ingredients You Will Need
- canned potato balls
- avocado oil
- dried oregano
- garlic powder
- onion powder
- black pepper
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Follow The Instructions
First, in a small bowl mix together your dried oregano, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and black pepper.
Next, drain the potato balls from the can and rinse with water. Keep in the strainer for a few minutes then transfer to a large bowl.
Then, drizzle ¼ cup of oil all over the potato balls and begin to gradually sprinkle the mixed spices over the potatoes. Gently toss the potatoes, add more spices, and repeat tossing until everything is coated.
Finally, bake at 350°F for 30 minutes, then broil for 3-4 minutes or until golden.
Follow The Process! Step 1: Rinse And Dry Your Potato Balls
Step 2: Coat Well With The Spice Mix!
Step 3: Bake Until Golden
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Perfectly Seasoned Baked Potato Balls Recipe
- 3 15 oz canned potato balls
- ⅓ cup avocado oil
- 1 tablespoon dried oregano
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- ¼ teaspoon black pepper
- ½ teaspoon salt
- In a small bowl, mix together your dried oregano, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and black pepper.
- Drain the potato balls from the can and rinse with water. Keep in the strainer for a few minutes, then transfer to a large bowl.
- Drizzle ¼ cup of oil all over the potato balls, then begin to gradually sprinkle the mixed spices over the potatoes. Gently toss the potatoes, add more spices, and repeat tossing until everything is well coated.
- Bake at 350°F for 30 minutes, then broil for 3-4 minutes or until golden.
- For this recipe you can use fresh small round potatoes. You can peel the skin off or you can choose to keep the skin on. Par boil the potatoes for about 8 to 10 minutes before baking.
- Soak your potatoes in cold water before baking to get a crispy outer layer. Soaking will remove the starch and help you achieve some crunchy goodness.
- Store your leftovers potatoes in an air-tight container for up to 4 days. You might also think of freezing them! I bet you haven’t thought of that!
- Make sure your potatoes are dry before you toss in the spice mix and baking. You really don’t want to end up with soggy potatoes.
- Throw in other spices like chili flakes or red pepper if you are craving a certain taste to your potato balls.