So simple, so effective and so, so moreish. These roasted garlic & parmesan potatoes are ideal for a quick, simple and yummy snack or side dish. With only three ingredients you can hardly go wrong!
And oh my… the taste…
50ml Cuire Roasted Garlic & Parmesan Bread Dipper Oil
500g Small New Potatoes
25g Grated Parmesan
1.Turn oven to 190c. On the side boil a pan of water. Once boiling and bubbling add the new potatoes and boil for 10 mins until soft.
2.Once the potatoes are cooked through add them to a medium sized baking tray and bash them with a utensil of your choice (super fun and great for the kids). By bash, we mean the potatoes should be in bits not completely mashed but just in bits that will crisp up in the oven.
3.Take your Cuire Roasted Garlic and Parmesan Oil and give it a good shake. Then measure out 50ml. Drizzle the oil all over the new potatoes and make sure they get a good covering. Add more oil if necessary or if you desire a stronger taste.
4.Sprinkle over the grated Parmesan lightly and bake in the oven for 20 mins or until brown and crispy.
A great side to a gorgeous, mouth-watering, juicy steak, or a seasonal roasted turkey…your guests will love you for it!
Or how about serving with griddled chicken breast and steamed broccoli for a simple and healthy weeknight meal?
Why not try these Roasted Garlic and Parmesan tatties cooked up for a snack or as a before dinner canape, they make the most moreish picky, crunchy bits…!
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