In an effort to reduce carbohydrates at holiday meals, I look for alternative ways to serve potatoes. Everyone seems to love a potato as a comfort food, and my family is no different. In the past five years, I have made an effort to try different types and sizes of potatoes to see if they would be disappointed not having the traditional large slices of potato casseroles or baked potatoes. To my liking, everyone seems to enjoy these smaller roasted potatoes. I season them differently, but always roast my potatoes in the oven. Personally, I love them.
Here is how I made my potatoes for Easter this year. The secret is to find very small potatoes. I used Baby Boomers from the Little Potato Company. And, they were delicious.
Prepare a small baking sheet with spray Olive Oil and season the potatoes with Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper, parsley flakes, and Italian herb seasoning to taste. I also give the potatoes a spray of the Olive oil as well.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Roast them for 30 minutes and check half way through to make certain they are evenly roasting. Delicious and easy !!
In this photo, you can see the size of the potatoes compared to the carrots also prepared at this holiday meal.