Irish Herbed Potatoes Recipe
- 2-1/2 pounds potatoes, peeled and cut into wedges
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1/4 cup minced fresh parsley
- 3 tablespoons minced chives
- 3 tablespoons snipped fresh dill or 3 teaspoons dill weed
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 1. Place potatoes in a large saucepan and cover with water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until tender. Drain. Transfer to a large serving bowl.
- 2. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; pour over potatoes and toss to coat. Yield: 8-10 servings.
Reviews for Irish Herbed Potatoes
"I make these every year for St. Patrick's Day and they are delicious......and highly recommended!"
"These are really tasty and easy to make. My boyfriend who is Irish loved these! I did cut the dill by one teaspoon. Still enough to enjoy that unique taste!"
"Not bad, but there was too much dill in the recipe for me."
"Being full Irish myself, I love this recipe. Have to lol about the people worried about the nutrition values. If you only decide to eat these on St Patrick's Day, why bother, enjoy. You should really be concerned about those 12 beers you are looking forward to having that day. I do agree that you can get by w/ less butter (1/3 cup) is plenty. If you think about it, you don't see many fat Irish folks."
"I made these for St Patty's dinner, and they are absolutely delicious! I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because of the 1/2 c butter called for in the recipe. I used half as much (4T) and it was still PLENTY to coat the potatoes. I will definitely make these again."
"AMAZING!!!!!I made these for St. Patrick's Day for my daughter and her best friend (now another daughter) both of whom are in the Navy. Now when my "newest" daughter drives up for a visit, her most requested food are these "CRACK" potatoes...so called because of her addiction to them! Will be making them again for her soon!"
"Definitely a keeper! I made this recipe exactly as written and I wouldn't change one thing."
"I loved this recipe and have made it often for St. Patrick's Day."
"Looks good. I was curious about this recipes nutritional values so entered a list of ingredients into an online calorie counter. For 10 servings, it was given a grade of C+ and146 calories. Good Points: Low in sugar, Very high in vitamin C. Bad Points: High in saturated fat. Read more: http://caloriecount.about.com"
"Very tasty! Never thought that adding some dill would make the flavor that different! Will use again."
"There are no nutritional stats! LOLOL... when you have a 1/2 cup of butter,,, the stats would probably blow you mind! hehehehe I am sure this tastes wonderful, but oh my the fat!"
"My rating is actually five stars, but the site won't let me change it."
"Very tasty! Thank you for sharing this, Connie Lou. I love potatoes, and I'm always looking for new recipes so we can have them more often. Had to use lime juice as I didn't have any lemon. Also left the skins on the potato for nutrients and fiber. This is a new part of my "recipe keepers" folder."
"Maybe aunt doorthe,over cooked the potatoes, are she used the wrong potatoes. I suggest you use the brown russet potatoes. I find that red, and the small white potatoes doesn't take that long to cook."
"Very good. Had a little trouble mixing them as they were so soft they started to mash."
"Delicious! Easy, too; not much chopping. My minor alterations: Used a non-dairy margarine, and used green onions instead of chives since I had a bunch around."
"They really good just don't cook the potatoes too long or else it turns into mashed potatoes when you mix them up. Altogether good."
"Where are the nutritional values?"