Parsley Potatoes

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 Tired of the same old side dishes? Don’t despair, Parsley Potatoes are here! Okay, that was corny but I couldn’t resist. I cooked meatloaf the other day and didn’t feel like making mashed potatoes or my typical meatloaf sides. The store had these cute little red potatoes so I bought a bag and some fresh parsley. This is an easy recipe with simple ingredients that never fails to please.

Delicious Rating: Cook up these bad boys with a hearty meat dish for a nice complete meal. They are buttered but you can use olive oil instead if you want. My DH said these were the best potatoes I have ever made…they were good but I think he was very hungry!

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Parsley Potatoes
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Recipe type: Side Dish
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Yields: 4 Servins
 
Ingredients
  • 12 small Red Potatoes
  • ⅓ cup fresh Parsley
  • ½ stick Butter
  • 1 Garlic clove, minced
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Clean potatoes and cut off any unsightly parts.
  2. Add to pot and cover with water.
  3. Bring to boil and cook until firm but a fork can still pierce through.
  4. Drain.
  5. Slice each potato in half.
  6. Add parsley, butter, garlic, and potatoes into a saucepan over medium heat and combine all well.
  7. Cover and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  8. Salt & Pepper to taste.

Double or triple the recipe based on the amount you need for your meal. I did about 3 small red potatoes per person.

Delicious!

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10 comments

  1. These remind me of the potatoes my dad used to make which were some of my absolute favourites 🙂 I used to clean the buttery herby pan out with a slice of fresh bread which I lovvedddd! Definitely saving this one to try

  2. I think you mean “never fails to please” OR “never disappoints”. If it “never fails to disappoint” that means that it ALWAYS disappoints. And clearly this isn’t the case, these potatoes are awesome.
    You’re welcome…

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