These little red potatoes are crispy on the outside and butter tender on the inside just like the potatoes everyone loves at weddings. Made in one skillet and roasted with a little olive oil and rosemenary.
Potatoes are the most versatile food I can think of. I could eat potatoes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And being that our Homemade Hash Brown and Shredded Hash Brown recipes are some of the most popular recipes on the blog, I have the feeling you all love potatoes too! 🙂
Potatoes can be eaten for breakfast along side some eggs.
They can accompany a salad for lunch baked with a little butter and sour cream.
And it can, of course, they can be eaten at dinner in everything from potatoes au gratin, mashed, baked or French fries or next to a beautiful steak.
There really is no recipe for this side dish, although I’ll provide at least a little something you can print out for your recipe book. It’s just a kind-of-eyeball-it kind of thing.
The secret to these potatoes having that little ‘pop’ when you bite into them is to first preheat the skillet.
Place your skillet in a cold oven and turn it on to 375. I let the pan heat up for about 5-10 minutes while I am washing and cutting the potatoes.
Then carefully take it out and pour about 1-2 Tablespoons of good olive oil in the pan, sprinkle the rosemary, salt and pepper on top of it.
Then place the potatoes flesh side down
Put them back in the oven and let them cook untouched for about 20-25 minutes. Stir them up a little bit so they can brown on the other side and cook another 5 minutes or so. That’s it!Print
- 8–10 small red potatoes, washed and cut in half
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Place a cast iron skillet in an oven and turn it on to 375. Let the skillet heat up 5-10 min
- Pour 1-2 Tablespoons olive oil onto the skillet and turn to ensure even coating
- Add the spices and the potatoes flesh side down
- Roast for 20-25 minutes
- Turn potatoes and cook another 5-10 min or until a fork pierces them easily
Recipe Source: HappilyUnprocessed.com
I used all organic ingredients whenever possible, and hope you do too! 🙂