I learned this technique from my Italian grandmother, and I’ve never stopped!

Italian potatoes cooked slowly are the ideal comfort dish for time-pressed households. This is a family favorite since it’s easy to make and tastes great when you blend fragrant Italian spices with soft potatoes. It’s a simple method to put a filling, home-cooked dinner on the table without spending a lot of time in the kitchen. This dish is likely to be a success, whether you’re trying to feed a large group of people or simply have a cozy supper with your loved ones.
These potatoes from Italy are very adaptable. To provide some balance to the meal, serve them with a crisp green salad. For a heartier evening, serve them with steak or grilled chicken. They also taste well with bean salad or roasted veggies for a vegetarian alternative. Remember to include some crusty bread so that you can mop up those mouthwatering liquids!

Italian Potatoes Cooked Slowly with 6 Servings

Two pounds of young potatoes, cut into quarters or halves
one-fourth cup olive oil
One spoonful of seasoning from Italy
three minced garlic cloves

1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese, grated
To taste, add salt and pepper.
Chopped fresh parsley (for garnish)
1. Fill your slow cooker with the baby potatoes cut in half or quarters.
2. Combine the olive oil, Parmesan cheese, minced garlic, Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper in a small bowl.

3. Drizzle the potatoes with the olive oil mixture, tossing to ensure uniform coating.
4. Cook the potatoes on low for four to five hours, covered, or until they are soft and thoroughly cooked.
5. Before serving, give the potatoes a thorough toss and top with freshly chopped parsley for taste and color.

Changes & Advice
You may modify the spices to suit your family’s preferences if you have finicky eaters at home. Reduce the amount of garlic or substitute garlic powder for a softer taste. For extra variation, you may also add additional veggies to the slow cooker, like as carrots, onions, or bell peppers. In the last half-hour of cooking, scatter some grated mozzarella over the top for a cheesy touch. Have fun!