Does anyone reaaaaaaally know what a fingerling potato is?
I googled it because in spite of my confidence that fingerlings were baby potatoes left on the farmer’s door stoop by all the fairy god mothers, a small portion of me wondered otherwise. So..the goog.
Fingerlings are fingerlings. Absolutely no fairy god mothers (or avatars, boxtrolls or any other mythical creatures) involved. They’re a potato varietal in and of themselves and are small and narrow when fully mature.
What’s that you say? You knew this? You didn’t think they were just the runts in the family? I’m the only person who has ever googled, “what are fingerling potatoes reaaaaaaaally?”?
How cute are these little tater tots?
While sweet potatoes are my typical starch go-to, I got a real wild hair and decided to pick up a bag of fingerlings. Without having much of a plan for them, I perused around for recipes and settled on Cooking Light’s Rosemary Fingerling Potatoes. This is a recipe you need in your bag of tricks because it’s so stinking simple, it goes with anything, and it’s made out of carbs. You need those for your winter layer.
The herbage in this skillet. Can you smell it? Your home fills with the aroma of rosemary while these taters are roasting in the oven. Organic perfume for your house, that’s what that is.
I used Simply Organic‘s Vegetable Seasoning in addition to fresh rosemary, which is a great blend for adding to any of your vegetable dishes. You can enjoy these potatoes alongside your favorite entrée, or turn your fingerlings into finger food into dinner. Because: winter layer.