Dora's recipe: Crispy roasted potatoes
A recipe for classic Cypriot style roasted potatoes
* Thank you to Agatha Ioannou Ingredients: Small potatoes peeled Juice of one lemon Vegetable oil Salt and pepper Method: 1. Preheat oven to 180 C 2. Prick the potatoes once with a knife 3. Rub potatoes with lemon juice 4. Pepper and salt them 5. Fill a baking dish 3/4 with vegetable oil 6. Put in the potatoes and bake turning over 7. Bake till golden brown NOTE: Another version sent to me from Greece is this one 1. Smash the potatoes slightly 2. Put the oil in a deep fry pan and bring to the boil 3. Add the potatoes and allow to cook lowering the heat 4. When they are brown remove and put into a baking dish without the oil 5. Add 2 tablespoons of powdered coriander, 1/2 cup dry white wine, salt and pepper 6. Bake in a preheated oven on 180 C (turning half way through) for 8-10 minutes
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