Sous Vide Fingerling Potatoes Recipe | Sip Bite Go
Sous vide fingerling potatoes are the perfect side dish for your favorite steak, chicken, pork, and sous vide seafood recipes! These buttery sous vide potatoes have a short cook time and a broil finish for crunchy homemade potato fries.
Prep potatoes. Wash fingerling potatoes and cut off any imperfections, leaving the skin on. I usually cut off the ends on each side.
Add ingredients to a bag. Add fingerling potatoes, butter, rosemary, salt and pepper to a sous vide bag. Vacuum-seal the ingredients in a flat layer. Sous vide for 90 minutes.
Broil sous vide fingerling potatoes. Once done, preheat the broiler to high. Remove potatoes from the sous vide bag and transfer them to a baking sheet. Toss potatoes in olive oil. Broil on high for ~5 minutes until they start to crisp. Plate with a sprinkle of fresh parsley and parmesan cheese.
Add a dipping sauce. I eat these sous vide roasted fingerling potatoes just like I eat French fries -- with BBQ sauce, ketchup, or whatever other dip I'm craving at the moment. If your a cheese fan, you can even try to pair your potatoes with my tasty Easy Cheddar Beer Cheese Dip for Pretzels.
Make a mash. You can use this recipe to make a sous vide fingerling potatoes mash. Cook exactly the same way, but instead of broiling the potatoes, mash them together and add a little extra butter and cream.
Storage and leftovers. Store leftovers in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to a week! These fingerling potatoes sous vide style will reheat similarly to French fries, so I would recommend using an oven.