A while back, someone posted a recipe, rather, a technique for roasting potatoes. I think the op called them 'camelback potatoe'. I've done a search on DC, and all over google and have not been able to find them.
I've made these and they are great. I'm just trying to get the proper name for this unique potato presentation.
To make this dish, you peel a russet, or yukon gold spud, leavin one side flat so that the potato will sit still on that side. You then make very thin slices sideways to the length, from the top, and almost through the potato. Finally, brush with butter, or a compound butter and sprinkle with paprika, or other colorful herb and bake until tender. The potato gently fans out to make a very attractive, and delicious presentation.
What is this dish called. I need to know.
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North