Sunday, March 15, 2009

Irish Boiled Red Potatoes



With St. Patrick's day only a few days away I had to start getting in the mood by making some totally delish Irish Red Potatoes. My kids loved it when I would make them every year for this holiday, in their minds it was not St. Patrick's day if I didn't make the cute little red taters for them. The kids and I are very much the same in the fact that certain foods only get made and eaten on particular holidays and you look forward to them all year long and it makes that dish even more special.


6 - 8 Lbs. - Red Taters
4 Tbs. - Room Temp. Butter
½ C. - Parsley
2 Tbs. - Johnny's Garlic Season

Boil the potatoes just until fork tender then drain and place them back in to the pot on low heat. Add the butter, parsley and garlic season then stir well to combine. Serve hot and enjoy.


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9 comments:

Katherine Aucoin said...

Potatoes are my favorite comfort food and add the garlic seasoning puts them over the top!

Debbie said...

Yum, those look good. I will be making potatoes also to go with my corned beef. Your seasonings sound wonderful!

The Blonde Duck said...

I love red potatoes! I haven't had them in forever!

tamilyn said...

Oh, I like red spuds as often as I can get them!

Sara said...

These look great, I can never get enough potatoes!

Amanda said...

Those look awesome!!

5 Star Foodie said...

I love the garlic seasoning on these potatoes - very yummy!

Michelle said...

Where do I get that Johnny's seasoning?

Kaitlin said...

Oh, I've got to try this! I have some red potatoes that I wasn't sure how to use up, not to mention a huge bulk container of garlic seasoning. It sounds delicious.

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