I have used this recipe for potatoes, pasta, chicken and turkey breasts....Quick, easy to make, freezes well and my new favorite go to pesto..Terrific!
Roasted Potatoes with Arugula-Pistachio Pesto
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Belmont Posted: 06/16/12
srwfromorange Posted: 04/23/12
Yumm-O. I used the "tiny little potatoes" ( a very small fingerling) from Trader Joe's and there are only 1lb of potatoes in the netting, but I made the entire recipe for the pesto. the potatoes only took 20 min to cook at 400 and boy we're they tasty. I served it with a ground sirloin patty & some grilled zucchini. Since I still have 1/2 a recipe of pesto left, I'm thinking a nice piece of grilled halibut later in the week and using the pesto as a sauce. Will be in the sides rotation for sure!!!
Gustie98 Posted: 02/15/13
Huge hit with my boyfriend. I made the potatoes on the stove to ensure the potatoes got crispy. I only used 1/2 the pesto for 2 lbs of potatoes. The only problem is the crisp got lost when the pesto was added. I would use this with fish or chicken as well.
carolfitz Posted: 04/29/12
Very good. Made to recipe using yellow & purple potatoes cut in eighths. Served with grilled steak & sweet corn. Somehow we ended up with way too much pesto, so we'll need to use it later in the week, maybe with griled fish.
JulieRae97 Posted: 12/28/12
This was okay. Tasted better the next day, used as a dip for perogies. So if I make it again, I will make it the day before.
Lee123 Posted: 02/07/13
This has become my go to dish when I want to make something that everybody thinks is difficult but really isn't. It just tastes wonderful.
jmeleeS Posted: 07/02/12
These potatoes were amazing! The pre-heat on the pan is the deciding factor to get these potatoes nice and crispy. I thought the total time was perfect on the potatoes, but I cut my finglerling potatoes into eighths so they were more like potato wedge fries. The pesto is fantastic - I used a bit more lemon & water in my mix with a whole elephant garlic clove and thought it was very tasty. You can't tell specifically that it is arugula or pistachio in the mix, but you do get a bit of a peppery bite and a nuttiness from these ingredients that are perfect on the roasted potatoes; I would be hesitant to substitute anything in this dish as I thought it was amazing. Served with seasoned & grilled chicken and steamed fresh green beans. Great side dish and minimal fuss for something that looks and tastes really upscale - 100% a keeper for us - enjoy!!