garden, gluten free, Kentucky Proud, new potatoes, onions, roasted, side dish, truffles, vegetarian
My dear in-laws gave me an ice cream bucket full of new potatoes last week. They are divine. I tend to make simple recipes with new potatoes. I prefer to let their gorgeous flavor and texture shine though. These potatoes are about as simple as they can get but they are packed with amazing flavor.
Roasted New Potatoes and Onions with Truffle Oil
- 1 lb new potatoes, washed and diced
- 1 onion, sliced
- Salt and fresh cracked pepper to taste
- Olive oil
- Truffle oil
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a cast iron skillet, add your onions and potatoes. Toss in desired amount of olive oil (don’t use too much as you will be adding more oil later). Bake until potatoes are tender, stirring half way through (about 30 minutes). Remove potatoes from the oven and add the truffle oil. Toss to distribute evenly. Now would be the time to add fresh truffle shavings if you were lucky enough to have those. Adjust salt and pepper if needed. Enjoy!
These look delicious! Truffle oil is like magic…
Yes it is! I love that flavor!
Thanks for this! I love truffle oil. I haven’t tried it on potatoes but I sure love it on popcorn.
Me too! With parm… MMM!
Marva Rose said:
Nothing like new potatoes. Sounds “simply” delicious, Anna.
🙂 Thanks for providing the potatoes!
Wow! Expensive (but yummy sounding) spuds!
Not so expensive… especially if you grow your own potatoes.
More Food, Please said:
I’m getting hungry! I love potatoes and anything with truffle oil!
Me too. Two of the best things in life.
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Natalie Kirbo said:
Thanks for this delicious recipe! I’ve made it twice since you posted about it. So good. The first time I made them, we had them with steak and roasted artichoke for the easiest fancy dinner party for two ever! I shared the recipe for the artichoke, plus linked up to your truffled potatoes, in case you want to check it out! Thanks again – love your blog and your recipes!
Thanks Natalie! I enjoyed reading both posts where you mentioned my recipe. You have a lovely blog. I also loved seeing Roxie. She is a beauty! I had two great danes as a kid. They are an awesome breed. Thanks again!
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