Simple Dill Potatoes

Some of my favorite recipes are virtually non-recipes. Just a little bit of this, a little bit of that, throw it in the oven until it looks right. Eat and enjoy.

Yes, I know. Not all of us are comfortable cooking intuitively. But, really I don’t think that you can hurt this recipe. Truly.

And the fact that it contains only a handful of ingredients, all of which are shelf stable, pantry staples, makes this an anytime kind of meal.

I made this with very new potatoes from our produce box. I don’t know that I’ve ever tasted potatoes so fresh. They were almost sweet. My brother came by as we were finishing up dinner and he finished off any spuds that were left. So easy, so good. No one will know that it’s a no brainer recipe.

If you have fresh dill, more power to you. I didn’t. But, dried seems to work just as well. One of these days, I will plant a herb garden. Until then…. we’re see what the pantry and the produce box can provide.

These potatoes are an excellent side dish for chicken, fish, or beef.

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  1. Thank you so much for hosting. I bought some country style pork ribs on sale a few months back, froze them into portions and forgot about them. I pulled them out a few weeks ago and made this recipe. So easy, and you use your slow cooker to make them.

  2. I have put dill in mashed potatoes before, but I never thought to use it in pan roasted potatoes. What a great idea! I love dill, but don’t have a lot of recipes that use it. Thanks!

  3. I love to roast potatoes and dill sounds like the perfect thing to add to them! We just finished canning our peaches around here and I made a first (for me) peach honey. Yum!

  4. I’m going to make these soon. These sound so good, and different way to try potatoes. Thanks for hosting.

  5. I love making potatoes this way, and dill sounds like a tasty herb to try with them! Thanks for the link up! 🙂


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