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Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

I have a confession to make – sea salt and vinegar chips are one of my biggest weaknesses… they are so tangy, salty, crunchy, and addictive!  I decided to roast some teeny tiny potatoes then toss them with sea salt and malt vinegar.  They were creamy on the inside and tangy and salty on the outside – they were so delicious!  I literally could have eaten just these potatoes for dinner and I would have been perfectly satisfied.  I served this tasty side dish with the Mustard and Garlic Spatchcocked Chicken and the Garlicky Asparagus with a Splash of Lemon.

Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Boil the baby potatoes in a pot of water for 5-7 minutes.  Remove from the water and place onto a baking dish that has been coated with cooking spray.  Drizzle the potatoes with olive oil then season with a bit of sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste.   Place the baking dish into the oven and roast for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown and fork tender.

Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

Remove from the oven and toss the potatoes with malt vinegar, to taste and add a bit more sea salt, to taste.  Toss until evenly coated then serve immediately.  Enjoy.

Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

 

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Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes

Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • Drizzle of olive oil
  • 2 cups of teeny tiny baby potatoes
  • Sea salt and freshly cracked pepper to taste
  • Malt vinegar to taste

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  • Boil the baby potatoes in a pot of water for 5-7 minutes. Remove from the water and place onto a baking dish that has been coated with cooking spray. Drizzle the potatoes with olive oil then season with a bit of sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste. Place the baking dish into the oven and roast for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown and fork tender.
  • Remove from the oven and toss the potatoes with malt vinegar, to taste and add a bit more sea salt, to taste. Toss until evenly coated then serve immediately. Enjoy.
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  1. These sound amazing!! Salt and vinegar chips are my fave too 🙂

    PS I love those aprons hope I’m the winner 🙂

  2. I love those aprons!! They are adorable! I word in a school kitchen, would love to shake things up a little 🙂 And the potatoes sound divine!

  3. You have some salt and vinegar roasted potatoes on your site that you smashed a little bit. Those are delish! I’m sure this will be just as good. Never thought of adding vinegar to it. The smashed ones REALLY TASTE LIKE SALT AND VINEGAR CHIPS!

  4. Those aprons are gorgeous. Potatoes look pretty amazing, too – another one for the list of things-I-need-to-make-from-here.

  5. Thanks for taking the time to share all your wonderful cooking ideas, tips and recipes. Whenever I need a fresh idea, I always get inspired by your dishes.

  6. I love anything potato. And those aprons are adorable! Maybe if I win I will remedy the fact that my husband laughs at me every time I bake…

  7. LOVE ! A gal can never have too many of these pretty aprons….especially when cooking some yummy potatoes!

  8. OMG salt and vinegar chips are my BIGGEST weakness–I HAVE to try those!!!! The aprons look so cute too!!!

  9. I love salt and vinigar chips and have loved them since I lived in Scotland for a couple of years in the 70’s. I will be trying this recipe soon!

  10. Deliciousness!
    If it wasn’t 11:35 at night, I’d jump to the stove right now and make those taters. I can almost taste the hot, crunchy skin and the slight sourness of the vinegar in my mouth. And, thanks for the giveaway, I’d love to win this beauty: Polka dots and Java Apron.

  11. Geez, I can’t decide what I like better, the potatoes or the aprons! Those potatoes look absolutely fabulous. And I need an apron! I’ve needed one for at least a year. LOL. Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway!

  12. I love your website. This recipe totally sent me over the edge and I MUST make these now! And those aprons are super adorable, too!

  13. OMG! How awesome are these? Both me and my mum are salt and vinegar chip addicts so to finally have a reason to eat them as a meal is frighteningly brilliant!

  14. Salt and vingegar chips are a new addiction for me, I hated them as a kid but loooove them now! I will probably be the only one to eat the potatoes, but I’m going to have to make them soon.

  15. All your recipes are lovely! I’ve made several of them and they are now in regular rotation.

    The aprons are also lovely. What a nice giveaway!

  16. Love the aprons and Etsy. I don’t have an apron and these are great. Looking forward to trying the potato recipe this weekend. Sure to be a hit!

  17. Those potatoes would be beyond addicting for me! What a great idea. I love it.

    Aprons are my weakness. Thanks for yet another awesome Etsy seller to check out!

  18. These look great! Might have to try them sometime! My fiance isn’t much of a potato guy, though, so we don’t eat them too often. It’s a bummer, because I love potatoes!

    What cute aprons!

  19. I make receipt that is quite similar … it is called papas arrugaas and is typical from Teneriffe island in Spain.
    My family adores them … but I always add a special sauce !!!
    xxx
    stephaniehadrath.blogspot.com
    shbyhadrath.blogspot.com

  20. Not a big fan of salt and vinegar chips, but I have loved some of your other recipes. The aprons are gorgeous!! I want one!

  21. Been a lover of roasted baby potatoes especially the ones from Baguio City, Philippines. They’re oh so yummy!

    And I do fancy the aprons too! (if it is open worldwide ;))

    Reese from [email protected]

  22. Love your website and recipes – do you think this would be an okay recipe to try with sweet potatoes as well? Also – my fiance would love one of the aprons!

  23. OMG! Salt and vinegar potatoes AND a free apron?! What a great post to wake up to! I’d love a new apron to wear as I make these delicious looking spuds. Mmmm, yumm!

  24. love etsy and these aprons!
    love the idea of this recipe too, perhaps you could also use popcorn seasoning after they bake to attempt your favourite flavour?!!?
    yum!!!!

  25. I am a potato lover and these sound wonderful. Never would have thought of adding the malt vinegar, so I’ll be trying these very soon! (this weekend!) The aprons are adorable-thanks for the giveaway!

  26. What a great idea! These remind me of boardwalk beach fries with apple cider vinegar, and take me right back to summer vacation! Can’t wait to give this a try! And those aprons are super cute!

  27. Well, I’m not really a potatoe fan and my husband is on a low carb diet, so the potatoes are out! But – I LOVE the apron. Please put my name in the drawing. I’d be super excited to win!

  28. I love salt & vinegar chips, too! These potatoes look amazing, Pam. Oh my gosh…the chicken, asparagus and these potatoes equal a meal TO DIE FOR!

  29. I love those chips too so I know I will love those potatoes.
    Those aprons are very nice anyone would be lucky to win one. Thanks!

  30. I love potatoes of any kind, but especially the teeny tiny ones. I go a little crazy at Trader Joe’s because they have such a variety of different potatoes. Definitely have to try this recipe. and those aprons are adorable1

  31. Those potatoes look delicious….. we are going on a picnic this evening and i think I’m gonna make those to go along with a roasted chicken my cousin is making!
    I will be so happy if I’m the lucky one to win one of those beautiful aprons!!!

  32. Oh my goodness!! I absolutely love the aprons and the recipe! Thanks for sharing both with us!

  33. Those aprons are so cute – I would love to find one in colors to go with my green apple kitchen-aid mixer!

  34. Those aprons are beautiful!

    I’ll have to remember the potato recipe the next time I’m stuck staring at potatoes and thinking “not you again. what will I do with you?” This happens all too frequently in my house…:-P

  35. These potatoes look delicious! I am putting them on our menu for next week. Those aprons are adorable, too!

  36. I have to admit. At first I read this as “Sea Salt and Vinegar Roasted Baby Potatoes Giveaway”…as in you were giving away the potatoes. And my first thought was “Damn. Those must be good potatoes…but how are you going to mail them”. Then I blinked, and realized my mistake…it’s been a long day already. Haha.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity though. These aprons are fantastic. I just love the b&w paisley one. I think that’d be the one I would pick….

  37. These look awesome! Thanks for the recipie I cant wait to try them. The aprons are awesome and I love the prints! They look like great quality and very good prices! Thanks for sharing!!!

  38. Ok, I’ve got to try this recipe. I love salt and vinegar chips, but i try to stay away from junk food. If I made this as a side for dinner, I could satisfy that flavor craving, without gorging on potato chips! LOL

    P.S. Those aprons are awesome! I love aprons, but I don’t have any! I may need to buy a couple!

  39. As ALWAYS – you have awesome recipes. My youngest loves salt and vinegar chips – so this will definitely be on my table this weekend. The aprons are adorable……
    Thanks again for all of your hard work and willingness to share with all of us!
    Stacey

  40. To the lady of the blog:

    I LOVE your recipes so much! THANKS for keeping this website. I don’t know who you are but I now you have a remarkable knack for finding and creating delicious recipes!

  41. You are the queen of potatoes, no doubt about it! This is another great idea on your part, because who doesn’t love those vinegar and salt chips?

    I’d enjoy the apron, but know I won’t win, so congrats in advance to the winner. Have a great weekend.

  42. I will eat anything with potato in the name! They look fantastic. And I’d love to make them wearing a new apron! Thanks for the chance.

  43. wish u would make some plus sized aprons!! Was ready to buy about 4 of them till i saw they just fit up to size L

  44. Found you on Pinterest; I’m so glad because I love making stuff other people have already tried and liked. Thanks! Pick me, pick me for the apron giveaway!!

  45. I am going to try these potatoes! They look awesome. Love all the recipes on this site!
    Those aprons are so great!

  46. Yummy – just finished snacking on some kettle cooked sea salt and vinegar potato chips – then came back to this post! Will have to make these this weekend to go with something else yummy. Thanks!

  47. Your potatoes look so yummy! They’re on my menu for this weekend! What pretty aprons! Thanks for a chance to win one.

  48. Yum!!! I just finished eating sea salt and vinegar chips and I wish I would of seen this before I opened the bag!!!! I am def. trying this recipe!

  49. I am SO with you on the sea salt and vinegar chips…so I’m sure I’d adore these! Especially since I don’t eat chips anymore….these would certainly be the next best thing!

  50. These look amazing!! Totally making them soon. AND, I love the aprons–I’ve wanted one for quite some time now!!

  51. Yum! =} all your recipes are outstanding! You’re the first place I look when deciding what’s for dinner!

  52. Those look so delicious, I can’t wait to try them! Those aprons are adorable and so fun, it would be a joy to win.

  53. What a great idea to make your favorite potato chip into a roasted potato. I wonder if I could to the same for sour cream and onion chips?!?! Yummy!

  54. I have used balsamic vinegar on my roasted taters/veggies but the malted should be great…awesome aprons… these would make a great gift!

  55. I’ve never really tasted malt vinegar to my knowledge before…definitely worth a try.
    Those aprons are adorable, especially the owl!

  56. i love salt and vinegar chips, too and I will definately try this recipe! And how much more fun would cooking be with a cute apron like those!?

  57. Potatoes look great! Another recipe to add to my collection! Thanks!

    Also just bought an apron for a friend for her birthday. So cute!! Would love one for myself though!

  58. Your recipes are so inspiring…and you use ingredients from my 2 favorite stores (Trader Joe’s and Costco!).

  59. Love malt vinegar and sea salt potatoes- like you I could eat the whole thing myself quite happily.
    Lovely aprons too

  60. Wow, these will be perfect for dinner tonight, I’m glad I decided to check your blog first in my quest for sides OuO

  61. yummie yummie yummie as I write this the family is waiting for them to come out of the stove. thank you so much for sharing. P.S. I have always <3'ed aprons even when they were in so I'm so glad to see such wonderful ones here on your site I showed he hubby which ones I cant live with out !)

  62. Oy! I haven’t been here is a while since life has just been busy but on the day I come back it makes me want to run back to the store for some little taters.

  63. Saving the recipe to try. We LOVE potatoes. Thinking my sis would love one of those aprons for her birthday.

  64. These look so tasty! My kids love roasted potatoes, and salt and vinegar chips, so these could be a home run!

  65. I cannot wait to try these potatoes out! My husband says they look amazing 🙂 Those aprons are so cute!!

  66. I found your site recently and have already made a few things – all were wonderful! Thanks so much – and the aprons are gorgeous!
    -chris