A keen home cook has shared his incredible looking recipe for roast potato bites – and fellow foodies love them!

Sam Richards, from Bournemouth, Dorset, regularly posts his delicious recipes on Instagram, @sams_scranz.

He decided to share his most recent creation on Facebook, where a whopping 2,200 people liked the post.

Sam shared a snap of his crunchy, triple cooked roast potato bites, writing: “First attempt at triple cooked roast potato bites .”

Thankfully for us, the 22-year-old also revealed his cheap and easy method.

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These crispy, golden bites are perfect for dipping in gravy

Sam explained: “Parboil chopped Maris Pipers in a salted sauce pan for 5-7 mins (I cut the potatoes smaller than I usually would for a roast as I was going for smaller bites).

“Drain and fluff in the colander by shaking vigorously.

“Apply to a preheated baking tray with beef dripping, crushed garlic and rosemary (the beef dripping should be sizzling when applying the potatoes).”

Roast potatoes should be added to very hot oil for extra crunch

He continued: “Once potatoes are on tray, apply; salt, pepper, onion and garlic powered to them.

“In oven on a high heat for around 50 minutes, turning regularly.

“When they look very close to the desired golden brown colour, finish them off in a frying pan with a little oil or butter on a medium high heat for 4-7 minutes.”

Yum!

The beef dripping, garlic and rosemary all add an extra layer of delicious flavour.

If you’re vegetarian you can use sunflower oil instead.

Sam served his potato bites with a mozzarella, egg, spinach and mushroom quesadilla, but you could have them with a roast.

Or, if you’re feeling cheeky, tuck into them as a warming snack with gravy to dip.

Sam added garlic and rosemary to his roasties for extra flavour

Facebook foodies loved the idea.

One person said: “Wow, that looks amazing – I must try this.”

“I could imagine sitting in a nice pub, pint of real ale, watching the football and eating the whole basket,” added another.

A third fan wrote: “OMG, I would marry this guy based on these potatoes alone.”

Many others said the recipe was “spot on” and the “best they’ve ever seen”.

We can’t wait to whip them up ourselves!