I love red potatoes, new potatoes, "B" size potatoes, whatever you want to call them! I enjoy them on the grill, or in the oven or boiled then sauteed in some butter and garlic. However tonight I wanted to make them using some fresh dill I bought last week. I melted some butter and added some minced garlic, dill, and a little salt.
Next, dice up the potatoes into bite size pieces and started boiling a pot of water. Just a few inches of water in the pan and then put the steam basket in the pot and covered for about 15 minutes. I tested at about 10 minutes and they were still not as tender as I like.
Once they are tender, not mushy remove to a bowl and pour the butter/dill/garlic/salt mixture over the top, and stir to coat. These were a knockout at dinner! My little lady usually just picks at a few potatoes but she inhaled two helpings of these!
There were a great addition to tonight's meal of BBQ chicken legs and corn on the cob! Chicken recipe coming up tomorrow!
Red/Baby/New/"B"/whatever you want to call them/ potatoes and Dill
6-8 medium to small size potatoes, diced
Bring about 1 to 2 inches of water to a boil, making sure that you don't add too much water that it touches the steaming basket. Place potatoes in steam basket and add to pot, cover and cook for 10-15 minutes.
While potatoes stir together;
3 TBLS melted butter
1 heaping tablespoon fresh chopped Dill
1 tsp. minced garlic
1/4 tsp. salt
When potatoes are fork tender, remove and place in a bowl. Pour butter mixture over potatoes and stir to coat.