Honey Garlic Potatoes

  • 5MINS
  • 35MINS
  • Serves 6
  • 130KCAL

Ever thought of drizzling honey over your roasties? Well, we tried it and it’s completely delicious! This faff-free side dish uses new potatoes, so there’s no need for peeling or chopping (the recipe will work just as well if you want to usel arger potatoes though).

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Runny honey works best in this recipe. If yours has crystallised, sit the jar in warm water for a few minutes to loosen it up. If your air fryer doesn’t have a preheat function, we suggest heating at cooking temperature for a few minutes before cooking your food.

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KelseyMonday 23rd January 2023

Love this recipe. So easy and delicious. I added half an onion to it sliced because it needed using and it just added to it. Used this recipe a few times now and will definitely keep doing it 😊


    SharonTuesday 24th January 2023

    Hi Kelsey, we’re so pleased to hear you love our Honey Garlic Potatoes! Thanks for sharing your tip about adding some onion, that sounds good!


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