Roasted new potatoes tossed in a warm sour cream sauce with bacon, garlic and dill.
I couldn’t resist sneaking in one more roasted vegetable recipe before grilling season starts! Especially since you can opt to grill them instead of roasting because the sauce gets added last.
I used a type of baby or new potato called a creamer potato. Creamer potatoes are a little bigger than a new potato but still a lot smaller than a normal sized potato. Usually you can find red ones or Yukon gold varieties. For this recipe I used a mix of both.
First the potatoes are roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper. The hot potatoes are then tossed in the creamy sauce made stove top. Sautéed garlic in butter mixed with sour cream, crumbled bacon and fresh dill make the sauce tangy, salty and savory with sweet notes from the fresh herbs.
If you can’t find creamer potatoes substitute new potatoes; use more of them and adjust the roasting time.