One ingredient and two steps are all you need to warm your soul and belly this season.
This is one of the easiest recipes in our repertoire—and one of the most effective. A couple of pounds of Idaho potatoes can go a long way in the cooler months, and what better way to show your respect to these starchy tubers than by throwing them in the oven with a bit of oil and salt?
Anyone who thinks potatoes are bland has been doing it wrong; high heat in your oven is the key here, and don't be afraid to season these spuds aggressively. If you stick to this recipe, any trash talk about the humble potato will rapidly become a distant memory.
It doesn't get easier than this. And the return on investment is pretty great.