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Roasted Baby Dutch Yellow Potatoes

Roasted Baby Dutch Yellow PotatoesMy very favorite food would have to be potatoes – can you tell I am originally from Idaho (the potato state)? I found these baby Dutch yellow potatoes in the store and it was love at first sight. They were the smallest most perfect potato I’ve ever seen. I knew instantly that I would roast them using only olive oil, sea salt, freshly cracked pepper, and garlic powder. These potatoes are creamy and delicious on their own and I didn’t want to ruin their flavor. I was right – they tasted like candy. The whole family loved them but especially me. If you ever see these little beauties in the store – BUY them! They are not only the perfect side dish but they are extremely easy to make. I personally can’t wait to go get more.

Roasted Baby Dutch Yellow Potatoes:

  • Baby Dutch yellow potatoes (as many as you want)
  • Olive oil
  • Sea salt and fresh cracked pepper
  • Garlic powder

Roasted Baby Dutch Yellow Potatoes

How to Make Roasted Baby Dutch Yellow Potatoes

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

Par cook the potatoes in boiling water for 5-6 minutes. Remove from the water and let cool.

Place the par-cooked potatoes in a baking dish. Drizzle with olive oil (you don’t need much) then season to taste with sea salt, fresh cracked black pepper, and garlic powder. Mix the potatoes, olive oil, and seasonings thoroughly. Roast in the oven for 10 – 15 minutes until crackled and fork-tender. Serve and enjoy.

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  1. I found your site while looking for good ways to cook these potatoes. What an easy yummy recipe! I had to cook the potatoes for 20 minutes before they looked like yours, but overall the recipe was excellent. Thanks for the great idea 🙂

  2. YUMMO! You sounded so excited about these little Dutch guys, that I thought you should know, if you don’t already, that Trader Joe’s carries them. They carry organic potatoes, but these are not. I slip once in a while. 🙂 They are ‘usually’ there, but not always. Thanks!