Fried baby potatoes with dill and soured cream.

4th July, 2019
How basic and boring does this look? And you wouldn't even consider this as a delicious 'dish' right? I remember when my mum first made these for me and my fiancé at her house couple of years back and he wouldn't even give it a go. 'Plain potatoes? What's wrong with your mum babes?' were his exact words lol, and of course I couldn't blame him, right? Up until few months ago when I decided to make this quick little in fact very filling snack, or dinner to some, he finally decided to nibble some and was amazed with how tasty it was. This can be an addition to any dish or meal, great replacement for chips or rice on the side of a meat roast, or simply consumed on it's own. I tend to go for quick and ridiculously easy recipes such as soups or in this case 'fried new potatoes' on hot summer days as I don't necessarily feel like eating much due to the heat, nor do I enjoy standing in the kitchen next to a boiling stove or oven, cooking for hours. And these - work perfectly for me!
   
How to make it?
All you need is few new potatoes, cut in half, unpeeled, cooked in salted water until tender, drain and transfer onto heated pan with melted batter. Fry occasionally gently stirring or tossing around until golden brown. Chop up ridiculous amount of fresh dill, as this incredible and refreshing herb is what really makes it. Transfer potatoes to a large plate, add salt and pepper if you prefer, sprinkle or should I say COVER with dill, add a spoonful of soured cream on the side of the plate or in a separate small bowl to dip and enjoy.