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Savory Smashed Potatoes

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Enjoy the best of crispy and creamy in one bite with these savory smashed potatoes. A simple side dish where the texture and flavor are fantastic and the dish is very easy to make. Boil  and cool the potatoes first, then smash, season and bake to make this delicious dish. The Yukon Gold potatoes get crispy with crunchy edges while staying creamy in the middle. We seasoned these with savory for multiple layers of flavor, from piney and earthy, along with a little garlic salt and olive oil for a satisfying bite. Serve beside a ribeye steak, meatloaf or roast chicken. These are the best potatoes- hands down.

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