Published On: Tue, Oct 20th, 2020

Greek Lemon Potatoes Have a Secret Ingredient

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These Greek Lemon Potatoes Have a Secret Ingredient (It Makes Them Truly Life-Changing)

By. Ivy Manning, Kitchn 

When I went to dinner parties (back when those were a thing), I was always hesitant to ask for the recipe of a dish I liked — especially if the host seemed reticent. I figured they’re busy hosting, they didn’t have it written down, or maybe the dish was a sworn secret. Such was the case when I first encountered the Greek lemon potatoes — the tender, golden potato wedges that turned me into a pushy, insistent bore until I got the recipe.

Food writers don’t get as many dinner invitations as you’d think, so my husband and I were very grateful to be asked to dinner by our friends Dave and Robin. They were nervous to cook for me, but I was thrilled with the casual supper they made, full of sunny Mediterranean flavors reminiscent of their recent trip to Greece: Greek salad with sweet heirloom tomatoes, grilled chicken souvlaki, and a very memorable dish of roasted Greek lemon potatoes.

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These Greek Lemon Potatoes Have a Secret Ingredient (It Makes Them Truly Life-Changing)



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