New Potatoes in Sour Cream
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- Ready In:
- 1 kg young small potato
- 1⁄2 cup sour cream
- 1 tablespoon butter
- chopped herbs (dill, chives, parsley, mint)
- Peel potatoes, wash carefully and boil in cold water. Salt as soon as water boils, and cook until done. Strain off water and pour sour cream over potatoes. Stir carefully. Sprinkle with chopped greens before serving.
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Simple yet so effective! I love these flavours put together so this dish is a winner for me. I put the butter on straight after straining the potatoes so it melted in nicely, then added the sour cream. I experimented by using Cavenders Greek seasoning in place of the herbs which worked really well. Thanks for a lovely recipe!
Really good stuff! I left my skins on because I always do that these days for the nutrients. I wasn't sure when the butter was suppose to go on but I figured it was right before the sour cream. Very yummy alongside some salmon for our meal tonight. I had some fresh dill so I used that for the herbs and I used low fat sour cream and margarine to make this diet friendly too. Made for 1-2-3 tag.
A lovely, simple dish that delivers. I used light sour cream and no butter and sprinkled with chives. Can you get any easier? I used tiny Yukon Golds and halved them. This is truly a company worthy side but simple enough for week night suppers. Be sure to add some salt to the cooking water as it says. The potatoes don't absorb a lot but it adds enough so that there is no need to add any more. Thanks Marra for a winner. :D
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