Turmeric Lime Roasted Potatoes #FWCon

Turmeric Lime Roasted Potatoes

“Pass the potatoes, please!” How many times have you heard that phrase? I heard it and said it, at Christmas dinners, Easter feasts, picnics, showers and even Sunday suppers.

Potatoes are a big part of my meals and celebrations. I can’t fathom a picnic without potato salad. Mashed potatoes always grace the Thanksgiving table.

So when I heard about a contest for creating a shareable family-style Idaho® potatoes dish, I had to enter! If you love potatoes as much as I do you should enter too!

First place winner will receive:
$500 gift card
Reimbursement for their full conference pass to the Food and Wine Conference in Orlando, FL.
The recipe also may be featured on the Idaho® Potato website.
Second place winner will receive:
$300 gift card
Reimbursement for their full conference pass to the Food and Wine Conference in Orlando, FL.
The recipe may be featured at of the conference.
Third place winner will receive:
$200 gift card
Reimbursement for their full conference pass to the Food and Wine Conference in Orlando, FL.

I love roasted potatoes.  It’s fun to experiment with different coatings and flavors. Toss cut potatoes with a little oil and seasonings and I’m all set for a great side dish.

For the 2015 family-style contest, I wanted something a bit different. Turmeric Lime Roasted Potatoes fit the bill.

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Turmeric Lime Roasted Potatoes

Yield: 6 servings


  • 4 large Idaho Potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces about 2 1/2 pounds
  • 1 teaspoon coriander seed powder
  • 4 cloves roasted garlic, smashed
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh squeezed Lime juice


  • Whisk together lime juice, oil and spices in a large bowl.
  • Add potato pieces, toss to coat.
  • Spread as a single layer on a sheet pan.
  • Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes turning occasionally. Roast until desired crispy outside is achieved, keeping inside tender.
  • Serve.
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This potato contest is just one of the exciting things going on at The 2015 Food and Wine Conference .
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Last year we had a visit from Big Red!

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Expect to have fun while networking, attending workshops and sharing outstanding meals. You will learn more about our sponsors face to face. This event offers an opportunity to meet, greet and learn from successful food and wine industry professionals. That is golden.
Of course on your down time you can enjoy Rosen Shingle Creek!
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Learn more about the 2015 Idaho Potato Commission Recipe Contest and The Food and Wine Conference on the #FWCon website .
Want incentive? Use the code FWC15kerschc when ordering a 3 day pass for an instant $50.00 discount!

This recipe was entered in the 2015 Idaho Potato Commission Recipe Contest. As an Ambassador to the conference I will receive compensation each time my discount code is used. I received no further compensation. Opinions are my own.

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9 Responses to Turmeric Lime Roasted Potatoes #FWCon

  1. Gaila says:

    Cindy! theses look absolutely amazing!!! yum yum
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  2. What a creative flavor combo! I read so much about turmeric and can never think of a good way to use it – thanks for this :)
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  3. Don Odiorne says:

    Nice combination of spices. Turmeric is my go to spice for a recipe of tequila chicken, along with some smoky Paprika as it makes a nice dipping sauce when combined with the Triple Sec, Golden Tequila, some sugar water and lime for a brine.

  4. Min says:

    I’m absolutely in love with turmeric these days and sprinkle it on just about everything..even in my warm lemon water in the morning. Is that weird? I like it ;). Yes! def pass me these potatoes 😉 PInned!

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