Friday, August 12, 2005

Glazed New Potatoes by Rob Feenie

I was watching New Classics with Rob Feenie a couple of weeks ago, and he made this gorgeous potato dish - Glazed New Potatoes. That weekend I bought a bag of new potatoes from the Millarville Farmers Market.

Here's all the ingredients ready to go into the oven:

Here they are after about 45 minutes in the oven:

Ugly picture alert! Here they are again after I have reduced the liquid. I could have reduced it more, but we were getting hungry. They were very good - the highlight of the meal.


Joe said...

Love new potatoes! They are so creamy!

Liz said...

Hey Sara! How is the Millarville Farmers Market these days. I grew up in the area, but I haven't been in quite a few years. There never used to be a lot of produce, has that changed?

Sara said...

Hi Liz! I really enjoy Millarville. The produce is pretty good; better than it was a couple of years ago when we started going. There is one stall whose name I can't remember that has the BEST tomatos ever, and another with peppers and cukes that are good with good prices. Last year there was a great little stall that sold purple potatos and onions and herbs, but they didn't come back this year. I took some pictures last week when I was there, but they weren't very good. If I get some good ones, I'll post them.

Ruth said...

Those potatoes look scrumptious. I'll definitely have to try them out. New potatoes are one of my favorite things to eat.

A fab recipe from Nigella Lawson is to bake larger ones, scored part way through. Toss with a little olive oil, fresh rosemary, salt & pepper and bake at 400F for about 20 minutes.