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Monday, May 18, 2015

Copy Cat Boston Market Garlic and Dill New Potatoes

Boston Market Copy Cat potatoes

I don't get the opportunity to eat at Boston Market very often because there's not one near by, but man do I love their new potatoes.

I am not quite sure how they make theirs, but these taste even better than theirs!

To start out you will need a 3 pound bag of red potatoes.

I usually use 3/4 of the bag for the 4 of us, and that usually gives us 2 small baggies of left overs.
So if its just for you and your family, 1/2 bag will be enough, unless you're like me and you want leftovers. Because lets face it, sometimes leftovers are even better cooked the second time around after they've gotten to marinate, YUM!

Thoroughly wash the potatoes, and pick out bruising and aging. Use a butter knife or very dull knife to do so.
Boston Market dill garlic potatoes prep

In a large pot, fill about 3/4 water in the pot and boil.
While you're waiting for the water boil, cut the potatoes. Cut them in half and then half again.
On the bigger potatoes, more cutting will be necessary to make them bite size.

cut potatoes into wedges

Place the potatoes very carefully, as not to burn yourself, and let them boil for about 15 minutes.
boil potatoes for 15 minutes on high or until soft
If you're not quite sure if they are done, stick a fork into one too see if its soft.

When you're sure its ready, drain the potatoes and let them cool off for at least 10 minutes.
let new potatoes cool 10 minutes before adding spices

1/4 cups of Olive Oil

ingredients for new potatoes recipe

Add 3-4 tablespoons of Lawry's garlic salt with parsley. 
Boston Market New Potatoes recipe

And lastly add 3 tablespoons of dill weed.

how to make Boston Market garlic dill new potatoes

And stir it all together!

It's that simple!!!

Bake some chicken, and make some fresh garlic green beans, and 
pretend to be eating Boston Market, but it will taste so much better because it was made by YOUR hands!

Thanks so much for tuning in!
Until Next Time...


  1. These look great! I'll pin to try these out! Thanks for joining the Merry Monday Linky Party! I am sharing these tomorrow on my FB page! Have a great Holiday!

  2. Whoo these look nice and tasty :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays..

  3. Double yum. These look so good. Thanks for linking up and sharing your recipe with us at Funtastic Friday. Hope you join us again this week.


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