* 12 new or baby potatoes
* 1/4 cup sugar
* 3 tablespoons of butter
* 2 Tbsp. water
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1) in advanced boil the baby potatoes in salted water until fork-tender. (Baby or new small potatoes is the traditional potato for this side dish.) Peel the potatoes
2) brown the sugar over medium-low heat just until sugar begins to darken around the edges.
3) add butter and water
4) add the potatoes & constantly turn in the sugar for about 10 minutes.
These potatoes will become camarelized, tender, golden, sticky and sweet. YUM!
What to eat with the Danish Sugar Browned Potatoes? Typically the Danish Sugar Browned Potatoes (Brunede Kartofler) accompanies meat dishes. Traditional Danish meat dishes are frikadeller (Danish meat balls), flæskesteg (roast pork with crackling), duck or goose. Also, for Danish Christmas (Jul) dinners, we serve both the caramelized potatoes and regular white potatoes too. The Danish Sugar Browned Potatoes goes great as a side dish not only for Christmas but any time of the year! Wonderful treat to have it as a leftover the next day too. We hope you enjoy these delicious caramelized brown potatoes as a side dish for either dinners or Christmas. Let us know what you think!
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