Roasted Balsamic Potatoes – simple side dish to make your dinners delicious!
Hi friends! Are you getting ready for the kids to go back to school? Are you ready for fall? I know many people really start embracing the idea of fall when August comes around & the schedule gets back to a more normal state. Being a creature of habit myself, I do really love hearty, home cooked meals when the weather starts cooling down & the leaves start changing.
Things like stew, roasted turkey & meat loaf always top my list of favorite “go-to” dinners. But those recipes need something on the side & these Roasted Balsamic Potatoes are the most requested side dish in our house. Simple & easy to make & loaded with flavor too. The whole family just loves these potatoes.
I really love these come holiday time too. It never fails, once fall comes & we start thinking about the holidays, we are invited to so many potlucks. My go-to dish to bring aside from a dessert is always these potatoes. Because I can literally bake these ahead of time & just transport them in a casserole dish to wherever we are going, it’s a no-brainer when it comes to sides. It sure makes it easy to reheat once we get there too. They hold up to all of that & still taste fantastic with just about anything you could pair them with.
Roasted Balsamic Potatoes
- 8 medium red potatoes
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- 1½ cups Balsamic Vinegar
- 1½ Tbs Honey
- 2 tsp of cornstarch
- Salt, pepper & parsley to taste
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Spray baking sheet with cooking spray
- Wash & cut your potatoes & place in a large bowl.
- Spread in a single even layer on prepared baking sheet
- Drizzle olive oil over cut potatoes
- In a separate bowl, combine balsamic vinegar, honey & cornstarch & whisk well to combine
- Drizzle balsamic mixture over potatoes
- Bake 25- 30 minutes or until golden & crisp on the outside & perfectly soft in the inside.
- Sprinkle with salt, pepper & parsley to taste & serve
Easy Roasted Balsamic Potatoes
To make it even easier, I sometimes will prepare the balsamic glaze ahead of time. This way when it comes time for dinner we can just cut the potatoes & drizzle on that already prepared glaze. It’s nice to have it in the fridge. Simple & convenient. You can’t beat that.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!
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Have a delicious day!