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The dill wasn't as strong as Boston Market but still a great recipe and one I will use again and again! Thanks for sharing!

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texasgrillin July 31, 2011

Wonderful recipe! I actually added some young carrots and green beans to the pot as well, boiled them with the potatoes and added sauce ingredients accordingly. I used more dill and garlic, and it was superb, easy way to serve potatoes and vegetables from the same pot.

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rosslare April 08, 2011

We really enjoyed this dish. Served alongside Caramelized Steak (#225056) and Creamy Carrots (308851) and it made for a wonderful dinner. My potatoes must have been a little larger than "medium" because I needed to double the butter, etc., but it came out just perfect! We will be serving this again often -- I have never had the Boston Market version but it certainly couldn't be any better than this :-) Thanks for posting~!

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Pianolady July 22, 2013

This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book "Top Secret Recipes Unlocked" (Penguin/Putnam 2009)

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tsrweb March 22, 2011

Thanks for posting. We loved the recipe.

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My Sweetie's Sweetheart February 10, 2010

Used mixed baby potatoes and dried herbs and this was really good. I am gonna try to fry the leftovers in a cast iron skillet in the morning for breakfast. Husband thought they were good, but he's not crazy about dill. Served these with a garlic parm chicken and the pull apart herb bread off this site. Will make again.

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Queen Roachie May 29, 2009

I cut the recipe to only serve two and I used 4 Klondike Rose potatoes. I might have miscalculated the amount of butter, but I think next time I would put in less. I used the MichelleMyBelle microwave method. (I don't have a steamer rack) I also only had dried dill on hand and its just not the same! I can't wait to try again in the summer when the dill is fresh in my garden!

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The Left Handed Chef May 09, 2009

Very nice we ate it with recipe 25313 (low fat catfish). thanks for sharing

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Shawn C January 11, 2009

I used the microwave method described by Michelle_My_Belle, and put the butter, garlic, and dill over them as they cooked, stirring gently half way through. I thought they were delicious, but not as strongly flavored as Boston Market's. My husband said "Tastes like potatoes"... he said he couldn't taste the garlic & dill at all.

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JeannaLW January 01, 2009

I love Boston Market's garlic dill potatoes and these taste exactly like them! They were so easy and delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

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Chef Melissa 11:11 November 20, 2008
Garlic Dill New Potatoes (Boston Market)by Todd Wilbur