To make these easy stewed potatoes recipes, we’re going to try using a variety of potatoes that are good for baking. The cooking time for the potatoes will depend on the size of the pieces. Let’s cut them. In this case, I like to cut the potatoes into bite-sized pieces, and this way the potatoes will need about 15 minutes to be ready.
I used vegetable broth to make this potato compote, you can also use chicken broth or just water. A tip for the sauce of these cooked potatoes to have more body is to break the potatoes. Smashing potatoes involves tearing off pieces of potato instead of cutting them with a clean cut all over. To do this, we dip the knife a little into the potato and remove a piece. Let’s go with the recipe!
- 400g potatoes
- 1 clove of garlic
- 100g onion
- 75g red pepper
- 50g green pepper
- 30g olive oil
- 1 bay leaf
- 1 pinch of salt
- 2g sweet paprika
- 50 g plain crushed tomato
- 1 pinch of ground black pepper
- 60ml white wine
- 275ml vegetable stock
- 1 sprig of fresh parsley
HOW TO MAKE EASY STEWED POTATOES RECIPE
To begin making the potato compote, prepare 400 g of potatoes. To accomplish this, we will peel the potatoes and then cut them by clicking on them. We’ll also finely slice 1 garlic clove and 100 g onion, and cut 75 g red pepper and 50 g green pepper into extremely little squares.
Heat 30 g olive oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the garlic and sauté for a minute while the oil is hot. Cook for 5 minutes with the onion, 1 bay leaf, and 1 pinch of salt.
Then add the red and green peppers and simmer for 6 minutes, or until very tender. Then, immediately stir in 2 g of sweet paprika, 50 g of a plain smashed tomato, and 1 pinch of ground black pepper. Cook for 1 minute after thoroughly mixing everything.
Then, raise the heat slightly, add 60 mL of white wine, and cook for 2 minutes, or until the alcohol in the wine has evaporated. Then add the potatoes and thoroughly combine them with the sauce.
Cook for 15 minutes over medium heat, covered, with 275 ml vegetable stock.
After 15 minutes, we check to see if the potatoes are done. Prick a potato with a knife, and if the knife readily goes in, the potatoes are ripe. If necessary, we will also adjust the salt point.
To end, finely chop a sprig of fresh parsley and place it on top of the mashed potatoes.