It was the photograph that made me save this recipe. I wonder if I can grow potatoes in my geographic area. Baby taters are quite costy, per cubic inch. This recipe, fortunately, can be made with sliced potatoes. But…nah.
Please note that the recipe is for TWO SERVINGS. In fact, 2 quarter-pound servings. Not in this family. Also, it assumes you have a pressure cooker. I wonder if I had one, would I use it? [2018 update: I’ve had an Instant Pot for almost a year now. watch video HERE. I can do anything!!! ]
But anyway, boil them, let them cool, and peel them. I’m not sure I would bother peeling. I mean will bother. [Another update: made ’em. loved ’em. didn’t even think of peeling baby potatoes, for crying out loud!]
Grinding isn’t a common American technique. I’ve tried using a mortar and pestal to grind and combine spices. It was a big failure for an impatient weakling. I ended up using our little coffee grinder, and that’s what I’ll use for this recipe. *P.S. Despite what Google says, consider a garlic pod to be one healthy clove.