Final Notes for the Swedish Dill Potatoes Recipe
➡️ Mashed potatoes are one of the most popular food recipes in many parts of the world including Europe and North America. As a result, there are available different mashed potato recipes featuring ingredients such as sour cream, butter, and, sometimes, vegetables like garlic, onion, and greenery.
➡️ The recipe for dill potatoes shared on this page has Swedish origins. Dill is very popular in this country and, therefore, it’s used in many food recipes.
➡️ Basically, the recipe is very simple and enables you to cook boiled potatoes that you can serve as a side dish next to your main dish. Generally, speaking this boiled potatoes recipe matches very well any roast, no matter whether it’s pork, beef, or poultry.
➡️ As you can see in the video, cooking this potato recipe is really easy even for the less experienced people in the kitchen. So there are not too many cooking tips to share about secrets to get the best results.
➡️ There is worth underlining that some people use potatoes with the skin on to cook this dish, especially if they use baby potatoes or potato types with very thin skin. Finally, it’s completely up to you if you cook potatoes with skin on or off! Personally, I think the skin is bitter and has an unpleasant texture when eating mashed potatoes.
➡️ Another important thing to mention is to not use excessive water when boiling potatoes. Add water to the pot just up to the potatoes’ level. In this way, potatoes will boil and most of the water will evaporate during this process. Finally, we need just very little water in the pot to combine with sour cream and get a very creamy consistency of the food.
➡️ My final advice is to use a generous dill bundle because this very flavored greenery is the main ingredient of this mashed potatoes recipe. Obviously, you can adapt the amount according to your taste but, as a general rule, dill taste has to be strong in this food.
➡️ Enjoy cooking Swedish dill potatoes from scratch! For additional info, read more on mashed potato!