Friday, March 13, 2015

A Great Potato Recipe

Today in honor of St. Patrick's Day which is in a few days obviously, I would like to share with you a very versatile recipe which I have been making quite often. I originally found it on, which is a lovely winery in Oregon. I tweaked it just a bit in that their recipe calls for Rosemary. I use whatever fresh herbs I have on hand and I also use a little garlic...... HERB ROASTED POTATOES New potatoes....the smaller the better fresh ground pepper kosher salt olive oil apple cider vinegar fresh herbs, finely chopped garlic powder I did not put amounts for the ingredients above, because you can make as little or as many as you want. Use your own judgement on quantities of herbs and spices, etc. according to the amount of potatoes...basically, season to taste. If the potatoes are small, you won't have to cut them. Otherwise cut into a little larger than bite size. Put in boiling salted water and boil until tender, but not too much. Drain and put on well greased baking sheet. Press down lightly with a potato masher on each one. Brush with olive oil generously and sprinkle with the salt and pepper, herbs and garlic. Bake at 425 about 25 minutes or until crispy. Take out of oven and brush with cider much or little as you wish. These are great because you can use them for dinner or breakfast. I like to serve them as a side with omelets. Enjoy! Keeping inn touch.....

1 comment:

  1. Just printed out your Herb Potato recipe...sounds so delish! It is snowing here and already an inch on the depressing this first day of spring! What is happening with the barn...nosy rosy here!!


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