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These Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata are kind of all you need in life today.

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

So very dramatic, but so very true, because let’s just be real, we all know that potatoes are possibly one of the best foods around. Especially when roasted…and especially when paired with burrata cheese.

Basically this recipe needs no introduction. Just reading the title, makes my mouth water. These are potatoes, but slightly elevated and dressed up for spring and this is maybe one of my favorite recipes to come out of my kitchen this month.

Did I say that yesterday? Probably, but it’s always true.

Just like yesterday’s tart, this is yet another failed recipe turned into to something amazing. Not sure what’s up with all the recipe fails this month, but I’m happy to say I was able to take the fails and make something new, fresh, and better from them. I guess I really do learn from my failures…well sometimes anyway.

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

And moving along…

When my family and I were in South Korea, we headed to Seoul for a couple of days of exploring. We actually did this in batches as some of us left earlier than others, but either way, we all had the opportunity to try the incredible street food that Seoul has to offer.

If you didn’t know, Buzzfeed recently gave Seoul the title of The Best Street Food In The World and while I really can’t say if this is true or not, seeing as I have not been to all that many places, I can say that Seoul’s food scene is pretty insane. The dumplings? Noodles? Soups? PANCAKES?! All so good! I knew I would want to try and recreate some when I returned home, and the first thing on my list was potato croquettes.

Potato croquettes are oddly a French food, but we found a bunch of crazy flavored croquettes on the streets of Seoul. When I attempted to make croquettes at home however, it really didn’t go so well. For one, I’m just not a huge deep fry person, so that part wasn’t fun. And two, they just weren’t that awesome. I was over them pretty quickly, and already on to brainstorming new potatoes ideas while still working on the croquettes…

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

And that’s where these potatoes come in.

They have nothing to do with Korean food, but oddly, that is what inspired them. Makes zero sense, but then when do I ever actually make sense? Not too often…especially when texting. Yikes.


I knew I wanted a potato recipe for spring and for upcoming Easter. It needed to be simple and I knew I wanted to use lots of herbs. I also knew I had two balls of fresh burrata cheese in my fridge that practically had the words “serve me with roasted potatoes” written all over them. Promise, they did.

And then these happened with mixed potatoes, lots of lemon, fresh herbs, and a very generous amount of fresh burrata cheese. If that doesn’t sound good to you, I am not sure we can be friends.

Kidding, but I mean, not really.

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

I used a mix of potatoes, mostly because that’s what I had on hand and didn’t feel like heading to the store. At first I thought using all baby potatoes was what I wanted, but in the end I loved the variety of shapes and textures from the different potatoes. It makes every bite slightly different and exciting (yes, potatoes are exciting).

For my herbs, I used fresh dill, basil, and chives. Very light and springy, but they pack an herby punch. I also threw in some lemon for a little zing and then piled on the burrata, which is of course my favorite part. The pairing of the crispy roasted potatoes with the creamy burrata cheese is one that’s too good not to try. It’s the perfect mix of crispy to creamy and it’s so good.

Serve these as side dish, maybe even an appetizer, or hey, just be like my family and eat them for dinner. That works too.

To sum it up, if you need a new potato recipe, this needs to be it…end of story.

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings: 6 servings
Calories Per Serving: 329 kcal

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  • 1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
    2. On a large baking sheet, toss together 2 tablespoons olive oil, the potatoes, garlic, lemon juice, and a small pinch each of salt and pepper. Transfer to the oven and roast for 20 minutes, toss and continue roasting another 20-25 minutes or until golden and crisp.
    3. Meanwhile, in a small bowl combine remaining 2 tablespoons of olive oil, dill, basil, chives, and lemon zest. Season with salt and pepper. 
    5. Remove the potatoes from the oven and transfer to a serving plate. Break the burrata over the potatoes and then drizzle with the lemon herb mix. Eat!
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Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata | #spring #recipes #brunch

Potato perfect!

PS. definitely make these for Easter this year, these have Easter Sunday written all over them.

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  1. I was drawn to this from Instagram and made it last night. It’s so delicious and beautiful! I went on a special trip for burrata and happened to have these herbs in my garden and a lemon on hand, so it was meant to be. I feel like I now also have a good recipe for roasting potatoes to put anything on top. Thank you!

    1. HI! I would use fresh sage or rosemary. Either will be so delicious!! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you and happy holidays! xTieghan

  2. One of my favorite recipes. I’ve made it for my family over a dozen times. I love the fresh flavors. Thank you

  3. Hi there! Cooking this now and at this high of heat, the minced garlic burnt and turned black within the first 20 mins. is there something I’m doing wrong? I halved the recipe.

    1. Hi there! I think it is because you halved the recipe. There is not enough potatoes to protect the garlic from burning. I would recommend adding the garlic during the last 10 minutes of cooking. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  4. 5 stars
    Made this for dinner last night and LOVED it! It was my first time trying burrata and it won’t be my last. I wasn’t sure about the potatoes + herbs + burrata but I’m so glad I tried it!! The combination of flavors was really yummy and there is just something about those textures together – so creamy and lovely. My family hardly touched the steak as we were enjoying the potatoes so much. This will become a staple in my house and I think it would wow guests as well. Thank you!

    1. In my book, YES! Sounds like an amazing meal and I am so glad you loved it, Whitney! Thank you! xTieghan

  5. ahh this looks amazing… if you wanted to serve this as a side dish, what meat recipe on your blog would you pair it with?? thank you!!

  6. 5 stars
    Omg i am speechless. Your recipes are ultimate. will definitely try and thanks for sharing with us.

  7. 5 stars
    Looks amazing! I want to make this for mother’s day! What would you suggest pairing it with as a protein?

    1. I alway do a grilled steak with these potatoes, but a roasted or grilled chicken would be equally amazing. Sorry for the delay. Hope the potatoes where well loved! Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂

  8. As always the recipes look and sound fantastic. But am I actually asking too much if someone posts a review that has actually made the recipe? That has been a problem I have found, many recipes that I would like to make do not truly have any actual reviews. Just multiple comments that people want to make the recipe. A bit frustrating.

  9. Thiegan, here my first comment after reading your blog so many years now!!
    I see you’re talking about french croquettes (delish for sure) but spanish like I am, I’d to say you must try spanish “croquetas”!!!!! Like million times much interensting! ( sorry french readers??) They have so many possible ingredient combinations…(chicken, serrano ham, mushroom, fish) that I’m sure the idea will inspire you!! Have a look if you have time!
    Anyway, tanks for your blog and your work! I’m a BIG FAN!!!
    PS: sorry my english ??

    1. Hi Irma! Thank you so much, I will definitely check those out, they sound amazing! I am so glad you have been following my blog and have enjoyed the recipes!