Roasted Baby Potatoes
crispy and tender baked gourmet potatoes
Roasted baby potatoes with rosemary
Roasted baby potatoes are a popular dish in many countries around the world. Originating in the Andes Mountains of South America, potatoes were introduced to Europe in the 16th century and have since become a staple food in many countries. In this plate, we show small roasted potatoes, cooked in the oven flavored with rosemary, a delicious, quick and easy recipe. Roasted baby potatoes (Heirloom potatoes) are a seasonal delicacy in Cilento, their characteristics are their thin skin and their sweet buttery flavour. By cooking them in the oven seasoned with rosemary and aromatic spice, you will get a great food that is perfect as a side dish for any meal.
Roasted baby potatoes are also suitable for both dinners with friends and for meals of the week, as they are easy to prepare and very versatile. This course can be served hot, warm or cold depending on your preference. The potatoes can be conbined with a variety of foods, such as meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, cheeses and legumes. Additionally, baked roasted baby potatoes are suitable for those following a vegetarian or vegan diet, as they are rich in essential nutrients and can be prepared without the use of animal products. Thanks to visit my kitchen, I present you how to make this simple and delicious recipe and please follow the easy steps below!
- 1Kg/35oz baby yellow potatoes
- 2 springs of rosemary
- 60 ml extra virgin olive oil
- j.e. salt & pepper
We add abundant water until they exceed their level
Put them on the gas and boil them about 15 minutes or until they are almost cooked
Let’s fill the bowl again and put it on the work surface
Peel them trying to keep them whole as much as possible
Now let’s season them with salt, pepper and rosemary and oil
Let’s mix them with our hands, so as not to break them
Let’s put them in a pan without overlapping them
Let them brown in the oven at 200°C/ 390°F for about 40 minutes
- For a more decisive flavor you can also add minced or powdered garlic to the sauce.
- You can also leave the peel if you like.
- It can be kept for a few days in the fridge
- Medium pot
- Kitchen knife
- Spider or slotted spoon
- Oven tray
- 2 Bowls