Provided by Sandi Clark, Pampered Chef
You can’t have an Irish meal without including potatoes in some form or another. The most traditional way to add potatoes to your menu is to boil them. Boiled potatoes are super easy to make, but they can be a bit bland if you don’t go out of your way to give them some flavor. Start with small gold potatoes. These have thin skins and a slightly sweet flavor, which makes them better for this kind of preparation. Cut them in half, and drop them into a pot of salted water heated to a rolling boil. Add in two cloves of garlic and a bay leaf, and let the whole thing cook for about 15 minutes.
Strain the potatoes, remove the bay leaf and garlic cloves, and toss the boiled veggies in some melted butter. Season with salt, pepper, and other spices to taste. If you use our Multipot With Collapsible Steamer, you can cook other veggies while you prepare your potatoes!
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