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YUM!  Is all I have to say about these 🙂

I worked at a restaurant in high school that served Garlic Parsley Potatoes, and they are one of my favorites and SUPER easy to make.

Here’s what you do:

Fill a medium size sauce pan 1/2-3/4 full of water.

Salt the water and turn the heat on medium high.

Cut up 10-15 medium size red potatoes (I cut mine in half and each half into quarters.)

Add the potatoes and let them boil until they are soft.  Don’t over cook them or they will start to  mash when you’re putting on the sauce.

When your potatoes are about halfway done, put 3/4 to 1 stick of butter in a small pan and melt the butter. (Please do not try this with margarine, it will not taste the same.)  You don’t want the butter to boil or burn, just melt.  Add garlic powder and parsley flakes to taste, stir up the sauce.  (For 10-15 potatoes, I use approx. 1 tablespoon of parsley flakes and 2-3 teaspoons of garlic powder.  You can use more or less depending on your taste.)

Drain the potatoes and put them in a serving bowl.

Pour the butter sauce over the potatoes and with a large spoon, gently reach to the bottom of the bowl and lift the potatoes on the bottom up so other will fall down into the bowl.  Keep doing this gently until the potato chunks are covered with the sauce. Don’t stir the potatoes or they will start to mash.

These are so yummy and look pretty too!  I’ve tried it with yellow potatoes, and it doesn’t taste as good.  Enjoy!

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