Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
Browned butter, shallots, sage and potatoes. Euphoria! Serving size and times are estimated.
Make and share this Shallot Sage Potatoes recipe from Food.com.
- Peel the potatoes and slice into roughly 1/2"x1"x1" pieces.
- Place in a pot and cover with water by 1 inch.
- Boil until fork tender, but not overdone. Unlike more starchy potatoes, these will hold up well when folded with the butter, but not if overcooked.
- Melt/brown butter over medium-high heat. When the bubbles subside, reduce heat to medium, add shallots and cook for 2 minutes or until lightly browned.
- Add sage, salt and garlic powder and cook an additional 1 minute.
- Drain potatoes and drizzle on the browned butter mixture (or however much of it you please), then fold it all gently together.
The browned butter and shallots made this dish.....I made a half size, but think I may have shortchanged the butter a bit. Also used freshed minced garlic with the shallots instead of garlic powder. Yummy, yummy! Made for Best of Tags.
Yes, the serving size is an estimate - if possible I would have eaten the entire dish myself! Everything about it is perfect. Had to use fresh thyme as I discovered my sage plant had pooped out. But I look forward to the wonderful sage flavor next time (like tomorrow?!?) Thanks, Sandi.
The browned butter (as opposed to just melted butter) made I swear, the Earth's axis tilt in a most extraordinary way! (Did you feel that??!!) Added to my book #72172 with much pomp and circumstance.