265: The Greatest Little Potato Recipe Ever

Dijon potatoes 2

Are you ready for this one? It’s like the town of Howe, Idaho. If you blink, you’ll miss it.

Take a pound of baby potatoes, any color or everycolor (like the beans), and mix them in a bowl with 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard.

Easiest potatoes ever

Dump into a shallow baking pan, roast for about 40 minutes at 400 degrees (or until tender).

Then, boom. You got Dijon Potatoes. And they’re not greasy, but sort of dry on the outside, with a Dijon bite that spanks your tongue right when you put them in your mouth. Ketchup doesn’t hurt.

They’re also easy to handle, which means that if you happen to have lollipop sticks hanging around, they make a great prank, perfect for the guy who’s always pulling your chain.

Welcome to Seattle, Matt. Here, have a lollipop.

Matt's potato lollipop


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