Saturday, September 8, 2012

Potatoes for Saturday Supper

 
This is all we had for supper tonight. I left the skins on, cut them in half, and roasted these potatoes on top of the stove instead of baking them in the oven. They were delicious. We had a healthy quinoa salad with black beans and corn for lunch so these potatoes served with a little butter and sour cream were all we needed for the evening meal. 
I can't begin count the number of times I opened and closed the windows today and wiped off the window sills. We had so many short but heavy showers. It's a lot cooler too.
Goodnight everyone. See you tomorrow.

8 comments:

Kerri said...

Yum! We are having quinoa and black beans tomorrow for lunch.

LANA said...

Nothing like a simple, filling meal. Does roasting on the stove mean in a covered pot? Do you add any water or oil?

Garden, Home and Party said...

Rosemary,
I love potatoes, these look delicious. We had smashed potatoes with our grilled pork chops this evening. We had rain on Thursday morning, but it's been humid and warm today.
Karen

humbird said...

Yummm. I know what we're having for tea tonight. Nice and simple. Thanks for the delicious prompt :)

Content in a Cottage said...

Lana...

I used a cast iron pot. I have two lids. One fits perfectly with no steam vent and the other is loose but has a vent.
I started out with the first one to 'steam' the potatoes. I had a small amount of olive oil in the bottom of the pan.
I flipped them occasionally. When they were looking half way cooked, I switched lids so the liquid could evaporate.
At the end I took off the lid so they could get a little crusty. They were delicious. I bought one of those huge bags of
large baking potatoes at Costco a couple of weeks ago and we must use them. I am going to make a large batch of twice baked
potatoes for the freezer next week.
Enjoy your Sunday.
xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Kerri...

We love quinoa hot or cold. It is a wonderful 'super food'. I also put carrots in the salad along with the black beans and corn. It was delicious and the carrots gave it a nice crunch.

Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Karen....

Your Saturday night supper sounded good too.

We got a cool front overnight and it is very refreshing. I need to work outside for a change.

xo, Rosemary

The Queen Vee said...

I would be so happy with this simple meal but the terrific guy that I live with would wonder where the rest of dinner was. Your potatoes look to be cooked to perfection....I'm wiping the drool off of my chin right now.