These skillet rosemary potatoes take 10 minutes to cook and are full of flavor.
I have a confession to make. I always forget about side dishes. I’ll plan (and cook) this great meal and half way through cooking I realize that I don’t have any sides to go with my main dish. And then I usually end up rummaging through my pantry to find something that sorta kinda resembles a semi-healthy side dish. It does not end well. The other night, it happened again and my husband came to the rescue with these amazing skillet rosemary potatoes.
In my defense, I buy potatoes and then forget we have them because I store them on the top of the fridge. I’m 5 feet tall so anything that goes up there pretty much disappears from my mind forever. So I had no idea that the potatoes were up there. Until the other night when my husband brought them down and saved the night with a delicious side dish. These rosemary skillet potatoes couldn’t be easier to make and I bet you have everything you need in your pantry.
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SKILLET ROSEMARY POTATOES
Microwaving the potatoes before cooking them in the skillet saves a lot of cooking time. Make sure to sautee your potatoes on medium heat or you will have very brown and crunchy potatoes. Another tip is to take the potatoes off of the heat just before they are done and then place them on a plate covered in aluminum foil. The trapped heat will finish cooking the potatoes without burning them and you will end up with a soft and delicious side dish.
This recipe males enough potatoes for 3 servings. I doubled the recipe and cooked up some for leftovers to eat the next day. My husband loves taking leftovers to work for lunch. Way better than boring PB&J sandwiches.
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