Easy Garlic Whole 30 Potato Recipe | Paleo, Gluten-Free

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This Whole 30 potato recipe is a great side dish to add to any breakfast, lunch or dinner during your Whole 30 program.  This Whole30 potato recipe is also made with Kettle and Fire Beef broth and is one of my favorite family’s favorites. Ever since I put this dish together, I crave it all the time and find it so easy to make. I adore this potato recipe so much, but especially love it when I am craving some comfort food. Another delicious Whole 30 comfort food recipe that I love is my creamy tomato soup recipe that you can check out here.

A healthy, gluten-free, dairy-free, easy recipe perfect for the whole family and anyone on a Whole30 diet. This healthy potato recipe reheats like a dream and is a cinch to batch cook and freeze for later. I’ve included instructions for doing that and other related questions in the post. Read on to learn how to make this delicious and healthy whole 30 potato recipe with kettle and fire beef broth.

 Whole 30 Potato Recipe - potatoes with kettle and fire bone broth

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What is Whole 30 Potato Recipe?

This Whole 30 potato recipe is a savory and delicious side dish made with garlic, rosemary, Italian seasonings and shallots.

This healthy and clean whole 30 potato recipe can be made in about 30 minutes and is great for either breakfast, lunch or even dinner. It is paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and dairy-free. It’s an excellent recipe for those nights when you want something hearty, warm, and delicious. Serve it with eggs for breakfast or as a side dish for lunch or dinner! I love to make some oven-roasted chicken with these potatoes on the side.

Whole 30 Potato Recipe

Key Ingredients for Whole 30 Potato Recipe:

Potatoes – You are going to need 3-4 medium or large potatoes for this recipe. This actually will serve 4-5 people, so if you are just making a dinner for two, you can cut that in half. Normally, I measure about one potato per person or 2 per person to make more for leftovers.

Kettle and Fire Beef Broth – Kettle and Fire Beef Broth is a delicious, organic, and gluten-free option that serves up a comforting classic. This broth is a perfect addition to this whole 30 potato recipe with a traditional beef flavor. It includes a source of protein, carbs, and fat.

Italian Seasonings & Rosemary – This coupled with the Kettle and Fire Beef Broth is truly what makes this recipe savory and delicious. I am not afraid to season the heck out of my dishes and the combo of the rosemary with the Italian seasonings just makes this dish perfect!

Garlic – This recipe calls for either 2-3 cloves of garlic, minced or 2 full tbsp of minced garlic. I LOVE garlic, so sometimes I even add more.

Shallots – This recipe calls for 2 medium shallots sliced into ½ inch slices.

Olive Oil

Salt & Pepper to taste

How to make Whole 30 Potato Recipe?

This Whole 30 potato recipe is a delicious, hearty side dish that many people love because of its simplicity. This potato recipe is made with potatoes, minced garlic, Italian seasonings, medium shallots, olive oil, rosemary and salt & pepper to taste.

Step 1

Wash and scrub all of your potatoes and cut into cubes. (If you want to peel them, you can do that as well.)

Step 2

In a bowl toss the potatoes, minced garlic, Italian seasonings, rosemary, olive oil, shallots and salt & pepper. Place seasoned potatoes in large dutch oven or deep skillet, turn on medium heat.

Step 3

Pour the beef stock into the pan or dutch oven and season with salt and pepper. Cover the dutch oven or pan and cook on medium for 10-15 minutes. At 15 minutes, check the potatoes and toss, flipping the potatoes. Cover back up and cook for another 10-15 minutes. You will know they are done when you can pierce it with a fork.

Step 4

Bring potatoes to high heat and toss again. Cook for another 5 minutes. All the liquid should be evaporated. Add additional seasoning if desired and place on serving tray. Serve and enjoy.

Whole 30 Potato Recipe - potatoes in bowl

What is Kettle and Fire Beef broth?

Kettle and Fire Beef Broth is a comforting classic made with 100% grass-fed beef bones rich in minerals and collagen, which helps support joint health. Kettle and Fire Beef Bone Broth brings the comfort of your grandmother’s kitchen to your dinner table! Smooth and savory sips, made from grass-fed beef with the slightest hint of herbs. Perfect for staying satiated between meals.Everything you need is in the bag, easy to heat, and easy to sip.

Whole 30 Potato Recipe - with kettle and fire beef bone broth

Rosemary & Garlic Whole 30 Recipe | Paleo, Gluten-Free, Dairy Free

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Ashland Course: Side DishCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

35

minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 medium 4 white potatoes

  • 2 tbsp 2 minced garlic

  • 1 tbsp 1 Italian seasonings

  • 2 medium 2 shallots

  • 4 tbsp 4 olive oil

  • 2 sprigs 2 rosemary (extra for garnish)

  • 1 cup 1 Kettle & Fire Bone Broth

  • Salt & Pepper for seasoning

Directions

  • Wash and scrub all of your potatoes and cut into cubes. (If you want to peel them, you can do that as well.)
  • In a bowl toss the potatoes, minced garlic, Italian seasonings, rosemary, olive oil, shallots and salt & pepper. Place seasoned potatoes in large dutch oven or deep skillet, turn on medium heat.
  • Pour the beef stock into the pan or dutch oven and season with salt and pepper. Cover the dutch oven or pan and cook on medium for 10-15 minutes. At 15 minutes, check the potatoes and toss, flipping the potatoes. Cover back up and cook for another 10-15 minutes. You will know they are done when you can pierce it with a fork.
  • Bring potatoes to high heat and toss again. Cook for another 5 minutes. All the liquid should be evaporated. Add additional seasoning if desired and place on serving tray. Serve and enjoy.

5 Benefits of Kettle and Fire Bone Broth

Promotes Gut Health

Bone broth helps to grow “good bacteria” in the gut/digestive tract. It also helps to improve the process of digestion by helping to relieve gas and constipation. According to Jill Grunewald, a holistic nutrition coach, best-selling author and founder of Healthful Elements, a cup of bone broth a day can help with aiding and preventing leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut syndrome can cause porous intestinal lining; the gelatin in the bones used to make the bone broth helps seal those holes in the intestines – which leads to a healthier gut and healthier YOU!

Supports Healthy Skin, Hair and Nails

Collagen is so hot right now, from consuming it in our supplements or our morning cup of coffee it is also a HUGE benefit when drinking your bone broth. Many anti-aging skincare lines add collagen to their products like face creams, moisturizers and serums but according to Kettle and Fire, collagen molecules are too big to be absorbed through the skin, which means that those skincare products do not provide much in regard to results for the collagen. However, consuming collagen through Kettle and Fire bone broth is actually VERY beneficial in regard to healthy skin, hair, and nails.

Great for Whole 30, Paleo, Keto and Intermittent Fasting Lifestyles

Since Kettle and Fire bone broth is so clean, it is great for lifestyles like Whole 30, paleo, keto and/or intermittent fasting. Similar to the importance of making sure you receive enough nutrients and vitamins each day, a daily dose of bone broth can bring so MANY health benefits to your life!

Supports Joints

Let’s piggyback on the gut health talk and discuss inflammation. Focusing in on our gut health and consuming things like kettle and fire bone broth can help with lowering inflammation which as most of us know inflammation can be a big issue when it comes to joint mobility. Gelatin, which is in bone broth, also contains amino acids, which support joint health as well! Overall, if you are looking for better joint health, I would suggest going for that nightly cup of bone broth.

Better Sleep

According to Kettle and Fire, bone broth contains glycine, an amino acid that supports the central nervous system. Studies have shown that taking glycine prior to going to sleep can help support sleep quality. The benefits of getting a good night’s sleep is huge to our overall long-term and short-term health.

Learn more about the benefits of Kettle and Fire Bone Broth here.

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2 Comments

  1. Excited to try this recipe. I have never seen a recipe that cooks the liquid out. I’m sure the bone broth gives it another layer of flavor. Yum.

    • Thank you! It’s the extra 5 minutes that turns the liquid into a yummy sauce! I normally place all the potatoes on a serving tray and drizzle the remaining sauce right on top! Let me know if you try it!

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