Special Potatoes

Posting what I made for dinner? I’m totally mom-ing out today.

This one’s especially good though, and it’s a favorite around here. My “Special Potatoes” recipe changes to include what’s around here, left over, in the garden, and/or fresh. This particular derivation was awfully good.

Goat Cheese Kitchen Sink Garlic and Onion
Parsley Potatoes with Vegetables

6 or 7 Potatoes
1/2 an Onion
Four or Five cloves of Garlic
Little bit o’ Butter, maybe 3 tbsp
1/4 or 1/2 cup Feta (Goat) Cheese, crumbled or cubed
1/4 cup or so chopped Parsley
Cooked Veggies (your choice) to Top

  1. Peel and boil yourself some potatoes.
  2. Mash up them potatoes.
  3. Go out in the rain and dig up an onion.
  4. Saute some fresh onion and garlic in butter.
  5. Crumble as much feta (goat cheese) as you might like.
  6. Heat up a little bit of chicken broth, maybe a half cup at most.
  7. Go back out in the rain and pick some fresh Italian parsley.
  8. Time is of the essence! Mix it all in while the potatoes are still hot!
  9. Thin to your preference with a little milk or cream.
  10. Top with broccoli, zucchini, whatever you like.
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3 responses to “Special Potatoes

  1. themac

    MMMmmmmm – that sounds really good right now! Did the onions in the background come out of your garden?

  2. Those are the last of the bag of onions from the store … and will be the last from the store. LOL I have those sitting there, and tons of them in the garden I’ll pull out after first frost. We’re totally set for onions!

  3. themac

    “set for onions” ….no pun intended đŸ˜€

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