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French Onion Potatoes

Growing up, my stepdad cooked dinner for us every single night, and while most all of them were incredible one of my very favorite things he made were simple potato wedges tossed in onion soup mix. They were SO flavorful — just on the cusp of being too flavorful — and crispy and crunchy and soft on the inside. Lucky for us, they were in regular dinner rotation. These French Onion Potatoes take their cues from those potatoes, but add in a few extras to make them much more reminiscent of actual French onion soup. They’re an instant family staple, the kind of side you come back to again and again and again, just like my stepdad’s potatoes.

What I love about these is that they use a few kitchen shortcuts and yet they still seem kind of elevated. (Cheesy, indulgent baked potatoes will do that, I guess.) Here’s how you make them:

First things first, you’re going to use Russet potatoes. This is definitely a situation where you want to peel them, as you want all the other oniony seasonings to shine. Chop them into bite-sized pieces, about 1-inch in size and pair that with one little yellow onion, sliced.

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Pixie Deacon

Hi, my name is Pixie. I am a true blue Southern girl, cookbook author, entrepreneur, self-taught food photographer and lover of chocolate.

I love to cook, bake, entertain and create new recipes. I am blessed to have come from a long line of fantastic Southern cooks. It’s a pleasure to be able to share all my wonderful family recipes that have been passed down from generations and recipes that I have developed over the years along with my passion for entertaining and Southern culture.

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