Roasted Fingerling Potatoes – A quick and easy side dish that is a great way to use fingerling potatoes! All you need is 30 minutes and 5 simple ingredients.
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
After sharing my roasted purple potatoes recipe a few weeks back, I was interested in trying some other varieties or potatoes that weren’t the run of the mill russet potatoes. One of my favorites that I came across was the fingerling potato, an elegant jewel-toned beauty that tasted amazing with any combination of spices on it. While they are simple to prepare and cook, they look really extraordinary in comparison to some other types of potatoes.
Roasted fingerling potatoes can be served as part of a holiday meal or as a weeknight dinner in just about 30 minutes. If you need to reheat them, place them in the oven at 400 for about 10 minutes or until they are warm throughout.
Common Questions About Cooking Fingerling Potatoes
What kind of potatoes are fingerling?
Fingerling potatoes are their own type of potato that are long and skinny. They can come in a traditional yellow color or other colors such as purple.
Do fingerling potatoes taste different?
They don’t taste terribly different from other potato varieties. I cook them exactly the same as other potatoes and you can’t really taste a major difference.
Do you have to peel fingerling potatoes?
You do not need to peel fingerling potatoes, so long as you give them a good wash, they are ready to go as is.
What can I serve fingerling potatoes with?
Some of my favorite dishes to serve fingerling potatoes with include –
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