Marinated Potatoes from the Oven

This potato recipe does not ask for your cooking skills. But for coordination and multi-tasking. And the key to its success is a great marinade

Time to cook: 12 min.

Time to bake: 30 min.

2 (out of 3)

Vegetarians

Carnivores

Pescatarians

Vegan 

There are 5 stages to make this comfort dish. And when you have  this ability to multi-task. With Flair. This Potato delight is your to go to.

The 6 stages are:

  1. Make the marinade
  2. Soak baby potatoes in water for 4 hours
  3. Cook potatoes in 10 min.
  4. Marinade cooked potatoes
  5. Let them rest for 60 min.
  6. Bake potatoes in pre-heated oven for 30 min.

So as you could read between the lines, this dish is more about prepping and getting ready for the next stage. And I can assure you the outcome is good!

ingredients

  1. 500 grams of small potatoes (Roseval or baby potatoes)
  2. 1 cup of dried herb marinade 

TOOLS

  • A fork
  • A spatula
  • A siece
  • A saucepan with lid or plate
  • An airtight container with lid
  • An oven
  • A oven tray or tin

to serve with (list with options)

Italian bean salad
hamburger & courgette on a Roll
meat balls

  1. Follow the steps to make marinade
  2. Wash potatoes
  3. And let them soak in a bowl for at least 4 hours
  4. Turn on the heat
  5. Fill saucepan with soaked potatoes & plenty of water
  6. Bring water to boiling point
  7. Turn down the heat
  8. Let potatoes simmer for about 8 min.
  9. Check with fork whether the larges potato is done
  10. Remove potatoes from heat when largest potato is almost cooked
  11. Sieve potatoes and wash with cold water
  12. Place potatoes in airtight container 
  13. Add marinade to the container
  14. Close container and let marinade soak in for at least 60 min.
  15. Preheat oven (180º)
  16. Fill oven tray or tin with marinade & potatoes
  17. Turn up heat to 220º
  18. Bake marinated potatoes in 20 min.
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