OK, so nobody admits to growing teeny tiny potatoes. I was given a bag of mixed potatoes by a friend, their first go at home-grown spuds. I think the plants had had a hot dry time of it, and were probably harvested too early as well. At the bottom of the bag was a selection of potatoes about the size of a marble. This is what I did with them.
- Teeny tiny potatoes.
- Salt and pepper
- Chopped parsley
- I boiled the teeny tiny potatoes in salted water for ten minutes, and then drained them.
- I melted the butter in the pan, and fried the garlic until it was golden, then added the tiny potatoes along with seasoning and continued to cook until the potato skins were beginning to colour and crisp up a bit.
- Then I added the chopped parsley, and served
I added some very fresh cooked carrots the second time I made this.