Company Baby Potatoes

"Just wanted to do something different with potatoes. My husband likes potato skins a little crispy and we both love garlic. The ingredients are approximate and I used rosemary because that is what I had on hand. They looked like I had spent a lot of time preparing them! They were so easy and could be prepared ahead of time that I called the Company Baby Potatoes. (Plus they were GOOD!)"
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  • Wash potatoes.
  • Place them in a sauce pan and cover with water.
  • Boil until soft (approximately 20 minutes).
  • While potatoes are boiling put olive oil, garlic cloves (cut in large pieces), rosemary and garlic salt in heavy skillet.
  • Heat the oil on low until potatoes are done.
  • When the potatoes are done remove them from water and dry on paper towels.
  • Increase the skillet heat to medium and remove garlic cloves.
  • Add potatoes to skillet and saute about 10 minutes or until just browned, turning occassionly.
  • To serve remove potatoes to a serving bowl, pour remaining oil over them and dust with chopped parsley and grated romano cheese.

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  1. Merlot
    Hummm, hummmm, good. I orginally made these potatoes to take to my mother since she was out of potatoes. I kept a few spoonfuls for myself to taste. Now I have to make them AGAIN for hubby and I because they were sooo good! I even got to use fresh rosemary from a plant that I just bought. Thanks Jean for sharing a great recipe.
  2. Bergy
    Great looking and tasting potatoes! I fried the garlic as you suggested and then removed it but I put it back with the potatoes 5 minutes before serving, we love garlic. This is a winner Thanks Jean Montfort
  3. Jen in Victoria
    These were pretty good. I used garlic powder for the garlic salt and added 3/4 tsp salt. The only thing I would do differently next time would be to reduce the amount of rosemary by half.
  4. Debbb
    Mild flavour but tasty! Nice way to dress up potatoes.
  5. Morgz26
    I liked this recipee very much... I also kept the garlic in the oil as I love garlic... It was excellent. I also used a little Maldon Salt... Very good... loved the cheese on top!


Likes quick and easy receipes that taste good. This is getting more difficult our children are all grown and cooking for two is hard.
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