(oops, wrote this a few days ago and forgot to post it...)
Recently I bought some red potatoes, and being one who prefers her tubers fried alongside a good beer over at Local 44, I had not gotten around to making anything with them until tonight. Don't get me wrong, I tried a few times, with a conversation much like this:
me: I'll make us dinner!
Evan: oooo what will you make?
me: well, I have a sack of potatoes!
Evan: How about we go to Local.
But tonight I had had enough! It is COLD out again, and a tray of roasted potatoes sounded just right (albeit not a terribly balanced or complete meal...which is why I had an hors d'oeuvres of a banana. Still not very balanced.) But I wanted something a bit special. So I made a quick dressing of dijon mustard, olive oil, garlic, and a bit of melted butter, coated those taters, and popped them in the oven at 400 degrees.
Over an hour later, YUM!
I don't know exactly how much of each ingredient I used, but if you are going to try it, just make enough to coat those suckers. Don't go crazy with the olive oil, and be sure to spread them out in a baking dish. I stirred them up about 30 minutes in, so all the sides would brown. The mustard seeds got all nice and crunchy, and the potatoes are of course crispy and delicious!