This Onion Roasted Potatoes recipe is the perfect Easy & Delicious Side dish to make your Dinner even better. Check out how easy it is to make below! This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own.
Onion Roasted Potatoes- Easy and Delicious Side dish
Every new year I come up with a thousand resolutions that end up getting thrown by the way side because #Life. However, this year one resolution I’ve decided to stick to is make more homemade meals for my family using easy and simple ingredients. Monday’s tend to be especially hard for me because for some reason I feel like I’m a hamster in a wheel, stuck and not really going anywhere. Thanks to a little help from Lipton and Sam’s club that resolution just got easier to accomplish.
A quick trip into Sam’s club will get me all the ingredients for a meal that is both delicious and easy to make.
If you haven’t done so already Sam’s club offers some great ways to go in and out in no time with the Scan & Go App or Club Pickup. I have become dependent on the Scan and Go app because all you do is scan the items you want, put them in your cart and check out when you’re ready to go! Show your phone at the door and be on your way. No waiting in line, no taking anything out of the shopping cart, just pure convenience. That’s a huge plus when you’ve got two babies with you that aren’t exactly patient about going to the store.
One of my favorite recipes, that’s become a HUGE hit in my home are Onion Roasted Potatoes. This recipe is so Easy to make my 9 year old has made it her signature dish. This dish is so full of flavors, you’ll wonder why you never made this before!
What you’ll need to make Onion Roasted Potatoes.
- 1 envelope Lipton® Recipe Secrets® Onion Soup Mix
- 4 medium all-purpose potatoes, cut into large chunks (about 2 lbs.)
- 1/3 cup olive oil
Preheat oven to 425°. Combine all ingredients in 13 x 9-inch baking or roasting pan.
Bake, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are tender and golden brown, about 35 minutes.
Make it your own recipe by adding a favorite ingredient like parmesan cheese!
Pair this delicious side dish with a main dish like Chicken, Pork or a Meatloaf and you’re Monday just got more delicious!
Check out how easy it is to make this dish below:
Make this recipe your own with fun and delicious ingredients from Sam’s Club. Try a new meal every Monday. Before you know it, everyone in your house, will be looking forward to #MixitupMondays.
Make sure to share or repin this fun recipe below~
Comments & Reviews
Jeane Campbell says
Love using the Lipton Onion Soup mix.. have added some Cream of Mushroom soup and gotten a creamier gravy. Yummy
Calshondra Williams says
Looks really delicious and tasty. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Melissa Storms says
I wish there were a Sam’s club closer to me. I always have Lipton onion soup mix in my pantry and use it for a lot of different recipes. I have not used it like this on potatoes but will now because they sound really good.
Robin Creager says
I love new and easy ways to be creative with potatoes. Great recipe and I’d definitely want to add parmesan to it. But what really caught my eye was Sam’s Club Scan & Go app you mentioned. Sounded almost too good to be true so I clicked on the link you provided and checked it out for myself. How awesome is that?! I love technology! Thank you for sharing this!
Erin N says
I would have never thought to use soup mix in potatoes. I’m gonna try this one 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!
Jessica H says
Always looking for new ways to do potatoes! And these seem so simple!
Linda Manns Linneman says
These sound so good. I can’t wait to make them I use Lipton’s Onion soup mix alot. Great product
I love Lipton soup mixes and all the uses for it…I’ve never used it as a soup! This looks so easy and very tasty!
Sue E says
I use Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix for a lot of recipes. I even make dip with it. I’ve also sliced or diced onions along with the mix. The soup adds a lot of flavor! I have mixed it in my meatloaf, with a couple of more ingredients and spices, and added a couple slices of bacon on top of the meatloaf. Very yummy ?
I pinned this tasty recipe. I just might make it with my meatloaf!! TY
These are nice, I always like roasting potatoes, good idea.
April Monty says
my guys would so love these potatoes, I’ll definitely be making them
I don’t care for potatoes but my husband would be doing cartwheels and back flips if I made this
Caroline Lozinski says
Awesome nice easy recipe!
Carole D says
Love simple recipe! I rarely eat out but I’m tired of eating the same things!
John Joseph says
Potatoes are always very filling and seem to make great item for recipes. Thank you for the Recipe.
I have made this recipe and it always turns out yummy and gets eaten quickly. Nice and quick and easy.
this is the best recipe
Richard Brandt says
It’s no secret – Lipton Onion Soup mix makes everything better! And I love oven roasted potatoes!
Bonnie Lee says
I’ve done this before. It’s so tasty and always a family favorite! Sometimes I make it with the ranch packets too.
Antoinette M says
So easy and looks yummy!
megan a says
Wow, these are so easy! And the look delicious 🙂
Jay Jackson says
This sounds delicious, thanks for sharing.
Deborah D says
I love easy recipes!
Deborah Lavery says
I tried it and it’s the best.
Ashley Chassereau Parks says
Potatoes have been a go to food this pregnancy! This sounds really good too! I just bought some potatoes to make baked potatoes this weekend, but I think I need to try this instead!
Robyn L says
Seems like an awesome idea for summer BBQ’s. Thanks for sharing
Kara Vaughan Marks says
That sounds really good–I’d love to try it.
I love to roast potatoes & this is a nice simple one to do. I’ve done variations of this in foil packets on the grill.
lanette lewis says
great tips but not a onion fan
J Lewis says
SO simple! Can’t wait to try it
Stephanie Ludwig says
Lauryn R says
What a great idea, I love Lipton onion soup mix! I made a delicious onion dip with it, and it is the only way that I season my burgers when I cook them inside. If fact, I made mini burgers (hamburger meat, minced garlic, couple dashes of Worcestershire sauce, and one pack of onion soup) this way just last night on the Forman. I can’t wait to try these potatoes, thanks for sharing! 🙂