I wanted to roast shallots the other day and found this recipe on the back of the package. I'm so glad I tried it, it smells wonderful too! We had it with roast chicken, but I'm sure it would go equally well with roast lamb or beef.
Typical German comfort food. Use either Savoy Cabbage or simple green cabbage. Usually it is served with fried sausages or pork chops or topped with sliced heated kielbasa . - The original recipe calls for caraway instead of cumin.
I saw this on "Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello". And I haven't tried it but it sounds very good and easy. The recipe calls for 16 small potatoes, and they mention yukon gold, but you could also use fingerling potatoes.
This is a very simple recipe. I still thought about posting this because, the base of this recipe ( point where you add peas and potatoes)can be used to cook almost any vegetable curry - potatoes, spinach, cauliflower, capsicum , mushrooms etc.
Another variation of this recipe is to use tomato puree instead of chopped tomatoes
My mom has the amazing ability to turn the mundane into something awesome. Never fail, one of my 5 brothers or sisters would ask for this every night. Simple, Tasty, Attractive and goes with just about anything. You can adjust the amounts to your liking as potatoes come in all sizes. Southern all the way!
These potatoes aren't "fried" at all, but simmered in broth in a frying pan on the stovetop. The potatoes are very tasty and tender and are especially good in the winter. My family loves this with pork or beef roasts and carrots.