With just 5 simple ingredients these Crock-Pot Garlic Parsley Potatoes make for the perfect side dish. Tender new potatoes are tossed with garlic and parsley and then tossed with olive oil and seasoned just right!
Crock-Pot Garlic Parsley Potatoes
My family devoured the heck out of these tender little potatoes when I made them for dinner last night. We had a moment of warm weather that lasted just long enough to turn the grill on and grill some lamb chops that we had in the freezer (we purchase a whole lamb from a friend’s child who raises them for 4H each year).
They were delicious!
This side dish recipe really could not be any easier!
Toss some tender new potatoes (yellow or red…it doesn’t matter. I used yellow because that is what I had on hand) with some minced garlic, parsley and then season to your liking with salt and pepper.
I took a vegetable peeler and peeled a little stripe of potato peel off the middle of each potato just to add a little something extra (something I saw in a magazine) but you can just wash the potatoes and cook them whole, or cut them in half or quarters if you want to.
Toss it all in your slow cooker and cook for 4 to 6 hours on low until the potatoes are nice and tender.
This recipe made plenty of potatoes to serve our family with a few potatoes leftover. They heated up nicely in the microwave the next day for lunch..a little sour cream on top..mashed them up with a fork…oh my yum!)
But if you want to serve a crowd just double the recipe and cook in a larger slow cooker.
And if you want to serve less, half the recipe.
This really is just a really versatile recipe like that.
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