These perfectly tender garlic roasted fingerling potatoes are tossed with goat cheese, dill and peas for the perfect springy potato side dish!
Garlic Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Dill
You know what Spring means? PEAS. Okay, maybe not the first thing that came to your mind, but it is what came to ours. As you love bugs know, we love using produce when it’s in season, so when we wanted to make some spring potatoes, we knew we had to make these beautiful garlic roasted fingerling potatoes with dill, goat cheese, and peas. Creamy, crunchy, and full of flavor, these are the perfect side dish for any meal.
Ingredients for roasted fingerling potatoes
If you’re not a potato person 1) you can’t sit with us and 2) these will change your mind. Just kidding. You can always sit with us, but like for real you have to like potatoes. And the best part about these roasted potatoes with goat cheese and dill is that they only require a handful of ingredients but look and tasty fancy af:
- fingerling potatoes
- olive oil
- salt + peppper
- fresh garlic
- fresh dill
- goat cheese
- green peas
What to serve roasted potatoes with?
And if you make these I truly don’t see how you could not.
They’re a flavor and texture explosion and one of our favorite savory dishes. These garlic roasted potatoes are cooked to crispy perfection and then tossed with fresh dill, crumbled goat cheese and spring peas. The recipe comes together in snap, but looks super fancy. Pair this with a springy salmon, chicken, steak, grilled swordfish, or really anything this season!
How to mince garlic?
Ahh garlic. Back when I didn’t cook at all, garlic was one of my most feared ingredients. I didn’t reaaaally understand how you were supposed to prepare it and I felt like every time I cooked with it I ended up with an unintentional huge chunk somewhere in my food.
Then I bought this amazing garlic press and now I actually put garlic in everything. Oops.
If you don’t have a garlic press, it’s actually not that hard though:
- Take your garlic and peel away the papery exterior so you can get to the cloves inside. Press down firmly on top of the garlic and the cloves should split apart.
- Using a sharp knife, slice off the root end of the clove (this is where its a little brown and the skin starts).
- Press the flat side of the knife flat against the clove and give it a good whack. This should loosen the skin and it will fall off the clove.
- Once all the skin has been removed take the clove and finely chop the garlic in both directions, so that you get super tiny pieces.
- Once again take the flat side of the knife and press down on the garlic, scraping the knife back and forth until the garlic almost begins to form a paste. Voila!
- If you’re still confused this is a great video to watch!
Substitutions in this spring potatoes?
This is one of those recipes that’s easily tweaked so feel free to have fun with it! Don’t have peas on hand? Toss in another fresh veggie! Not a goat cheese fan? Try a different soft cheese you love. Use rosemary instead, slice the potatoes in half, use sweet potato chunks..we could go on forever. This is why potatoes are amazing. Better yet…they’re also super cheap 🙂
Whatever the choice, these roasted fingerling potatoes are the perfect vessel for all sorts of flavors.
Have a wonderful weekend full of potatoes and brownies my loves!Print
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Dill, Goat Cheese, and Peas
These roasted fingerling potatoes with dill, goat cheese, and peas are our new fav side dish. Full of texture and flavor, you’ll love these spring potatoes.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 45 minutes
- Total Time: 50 minutes
- Yield: Serves 6 1x
- Category: side dish
- Method: roasted
- Cuisine: american
- 1 pound fingerling potatoes, washed and dried
- 5 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 teaspoon sea salt (or to taste)
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
- 1 tablespoon fresh dill (or more to taste)
- goat cheese to taste
- 1/4 cup green peas
- 1/4 cup fresh snap peas
- Preheat the oven to 400°F and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside. In a large bowl toss the potatoes, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper together so that the potatoes are completely coated. Transfer the potatoes to the prepared pan and spread out into one layer, leaving room between each potato. Roast for about 45 minutes or until they potatoes are brown and crispy. About 20 minutes in stir potatoes so brown the other side.
- Allow potatoes to cool before tossing with fresh dill, goat cheese, and peas. Serve hot!
Keywords: roasted potatoes, fingerling potatoes, spring potatoes