Cooking potatoes can be a bit of a fuss, between the peeling, the boiling, the mashing, and the subsequent clean-up of the pots, bowls, and utensils associated with each of those steps, which is why we almost never make them. Potato Dominoes, however, ranks up there as one of the least fussy and most delicious potato recipes we’ve come across. Like most of our favorite recipes, it requires just a few every-day ingredients, takes little time to prepare, and lets the oven do most of the work. The dish really is so simple that you won’t believe how delicious it comes out when it’s done. We like to think of it as an elegant cross between a baked potato and a potato chip: the edges of each thinly sliced potato are crisp and brown and just a little bit salty while the insides are soft smooth and just a little bit buttery. Honestly, they’re pretty addictive. Every time we make these potatoes, whether at a summer barbecue (they are perfect with a steak), a holiday meal, or a dinner party, we can barely set the dish down on the table before my family and friends start grabbing pieces with their fingers. Our family goes crazy over this recipe, and I’m sure yours will too! We usually go with Yukon Gold potatoes when making these, but they are just as delicious with sweet potatoes too!