Garlic Roasted Dill Potatoes

Happy Easter to all….. had an enjoyable time at our niece’s place. Brought my “famous” garlic roasted dill potatoes, and they were a hit as always. Got the recipe several years ago when our church prepared a Seder meal to celebrate Easter/passover. It was my dish to prepare for the feast – not sure where it came from. Of course,  couldn’t just leave it, so put my own twist on it… the main change being the use of olive oil/butter instead of margarine. I just cannot consider margarine a food. And this change made a huge difference. Adjusted the amount of fat used (decreased) and also changed seasonings. Here’s the recipe as I use it:

Garlic Roasted Dill Potatoes
5 lbs. new potatoes cut in quarters
1/4 cup butter, melted
1/4 cup olive oil
1 Tbsp. dill weed
1 Tbsp. sea salt
1 large garlic bulb – peel and separate cloves, cut in half if large.

Preheat oven to 375

Mix all ingredients in a large roaster pan. Roast 2.5-3 hrs. Potatoes should be starting to turn brown.

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2 thoughts on “Garlic Roasted Dill Potatoes

  1. Made this one, too… 🙂 I added lemon juice though (I thought you used to do that, too..???) and of course freshly ground black pepper. I’m sure glad you post all of your delish recipes!

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