Hi Everyone! With March being just a couple days away now, I am hoping that spring is finally on its way. This has been one of the longest and coldest winters that I can remember, and it’s making me even more impatient for spring’s arrival! These Roasted Honey Dijon Baby Potatoes are a great spring side dish that’s so quick and easy to make! Baby potatoes (also called new potatoes) are great roasted on their own, since they are so soft and almost sweet on the inside, but they are even better coated in this honey mustard dressing that makes their thin skin wonderfully crispy and flavorful! My recipe is just a loose guideline, you can adjust all the ingredients’ amounts according to your taste, of course!
ROASTED HONEY DIJON BABY POTATOES
YOU WILL NEED
1 lb baby potatoes
2 – 3 tbs olive oil
1 tbs Dijon mustard
1 tbs honey
Salt & Pepper
Optional: Lemon juice
In a medium sized bowl, whisk together the olive oil, Dijon mustard, honey, salt and pepper (and lemon juice if you are using any). You can adjust all the quantities of the ingredients to suit your taste, so add more mustard, honey or olive oil depending on what you like! Add in the baby potatoes and gently stir, making sure they are all coated with the honey mustard mixture. Preheat your oven to 400 deg F, and bake for about 20 minutes, or until the potatoes are golden brown and soft on the inside!
Happy Cooking, Everyone!
I could eat the whole pan of these up! These kind of potatoes are my weakness!! Thanks for sharing:)
I have the same weakness! I could literally eat these as the main dish, and not a side! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend 🙂
OMG these look and sound amazing! I’d love for you to come link up at my Simple Supper Tuesday linky party.
Thanks so much, Cindy!
Looks and sounds just great and it’s easy(!).
I think I’m going to try this for lunch today 🙂
Ohhh Maria, they look so yummy and the snowdrops just bring a smile to my face 😉
Thanks for sharing,
Waving from a sunny Bonnie Scotland
Enjoy your weekend!
Going to make these today (for the third time) as a side for our Easter oven-roasted chicken. We love ’em!
So glad you like these, Tracy!!! I love making them too because they are just so easy to make and have such great flavor! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!