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Dijon Roasted Potatoes

Dijon mustard is an ingredient that I use a lot in cooking. Adding it to soups, sauces, salad dressing, why not roasted potatoes.
  • 4 cups of cubed potatoes, I prefer to leave the peel on my potatoes but this time the potatoes where not the freshest so I peeled them
  • 2 heaping tablespoon of dijon mustard (grainy mustard tastes nice too) depending on how much mustard flavor you like. 
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. Mix the oil, mustard in a large bowl.
  2. Add the cubed potatoes stirring them to make sure the oil covers them well.
  3. Salt and Pepper to your personal taste.
  4. Bake at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes, on a lightly greased shallow pan in a single layer, turning them once half way through the cooking time to ensure a nice brown color.
The flavor of the mustard is very mellow and gives the roasted plain potato a nice taste.


  1. Sorry to be picky, but do you sprinkle on the salt and pepper before or after baking? Also, I assume you spread them single-layer on a baking sheet. Should the sheet be greased?

  2. I sprinkle the potatoes with Salt and Pepper before baking and spread the potatoes out on a lightly greased shallow pan in a single layer. Thanks for asking, I have amended the recipe to make it easier to understand.

  3. Thanks. Will likely try tonight.

  4. Wow that looks delicious.....Really need to give this a try...


  5. Yum! I've always wondered how the restaurants make those tastey roasted potatoes - I'll just bet your's are even better! Thanks for sharing.

  6. That actually looks really good!
    Alas, would you believe I married a man who doesn't like potatoes? ARRGGGH.

  7. Just Tried this recipe for dinner, really good! Thanks!


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