Cheesy-Crushed Rosemary Roasted Red Potato Coins

Cheesy Crushed Rosemary Potato Coins
Sometimes it's the presentation of something that makes a regular, old recipe taste even better. We do eat with our eye's first and these potatoes sliced into coins are so adorable, you can't help but eat them up. Well, they do taste amazing too.

I was trying to decide on a side dish the other night. I had a bag of these potatoes sitting on the counter and figured I would try something a little different.

By slicing them into coins, all sides are seasoned, making them the perfect accompaniment to any meal. The kids loved them too. 

Cheesy Crushed Rosemary Potato Coins red potatoes
These are the potatoes I used...they sort of look like fingerlings.

Cheesy Crushed Rosemary Potato Coins sliced red potatoes
Slice them up into coins.

Cheesy Crushed Rosemary Potato Coins red potatoes ready for the oven

Cheesy Crushed Rosemary Potato Coins take a bite

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Cheesy-Crushed Rosemary Roasted Red Potato Coins

Recipe from: Created by Cathy Pollak for | Serves: 6


  • 3 lbs red potatoes, long in appearance like fingerlings
  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 3/4 teaspoon crushed rosemary leaves
  • 1/2 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
  • 3/4 cup blend Parmesan & Romano cheese, divided
  • cooking spray


  • Slice potatoes into coins and place in a large bowl. Toss with olive oil, salt, rosemary, pepper and 1/2 cup of the cheese.
  • Place potatoes on a large (11 x 17) rimmed baking sheet that has been sprayed with baking spray. Place potatoes on tray and sprinkle with remaining 1/4 cup cheese.
  • Place in a 450 degree oven and roast for 12 minutes. Carefully stir potatoes and roast another 12 minutes. Remove from oven and serve.

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  1. Aaahhh, roasted potatoes. I think I could live on roasted potatoes. I recently picked up a 5 pound bag of mixed color fingerlings at Costco and so this post was timed very well for me :)

  2. goodness, those look good! Great little potato coins!

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  5. Simple = good. Looks like the Klondike Rose variety from Potandon, Green Giant.

  6. michelle 6

    Preheat the pan while you are heating the oven up- creates a nice crust on the potatoes!

  7. Adding this tonight as my side dish to some beef short ribs that I’m cooking in my InstantPot under high pressure.


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