Spicy Roasted Potatoes with Yogurt Dipping Sauce (Crushed Aleppo Chili)

Aleppo chili adds a mild layer of heat and lightly fruity taste to chunks of roasted russet potatoes, which are also seasoned with spicy harissa and nutty sesame seeds. To counter their bold flavor, the potatoes are dipped into a cooling sauce of tangy yogurt enhanced with lemon juice and fresh mint.
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Review 1 for Spicy Roasted Potatoes with Yogurt Dipping Sauce (Crushed Aleppo Chili)
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RainyDay
Seattle, WA
March 4, 2011
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Delicious!
March 4, 2011
Roasted potatoes can be so bland sometimes, but this combination of spices is phenomenal! This is an incredibly easy and quick dish. The heat level is perfect and the yogurt is a great foil to the spice. Next time I will skip the lemon in the yogurt, though. It made the mint a bit too dominant. I used black sesame seeds just for the contrast. I will absolutely make this again.
Review 2 for Spicy Roasted Potatoes with Yogurt Dipping Sauce (Crushed Aleppo Chili)
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Zoe2
Nashville
November 21, 2010
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Best Potatoes Ever!!!
November 21, 2010
I read the previous review and decided to make these for my birthday party along with other appetizers. Well these potatoes were the first to go and 5 people asked me for the recipe. Don't hesitate making these potatoes if you are afraid of chili. There were many people at my party who are afraid to eat mild salsa and they even loved them.
Review 3 for Spicy Roasted Potatoes with Yogurt Dipping Sauce (Crushed Aleppo Chili)
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ChefEllen
Arlington, Virginia
July 31, 2010
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The Sexiest first date meal
July 31, 2010
Traditionally in greece you use bread as a utensil. You can make these, dip them and feed one another..the flavors are amazing if you let them marinate in the herbs overnight.