Rosemary roasted potatoes recipe

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These rosemary roasted potatoes with feta cheese are a tasty crispy take on new potatoes. Make them vegan by omitting the feta cheese and butter.

Rosemary roasted potatoes with feta
  • healthy
Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time30 mins
Total Time35 mins
Five A DayOne
Cost RangeCheap
Nutrition Per PortionRDA
Calories253 Kcal13%
Fat8 g11%
Saturated Fat3 g15%
Carbohydrates38 g15%

Whether you want to jazz up your Sunday roast or are just after a new side to go with grilled fish or poultry, these rosemary roasted potatoes are a great option. 

These rosemary roasted potatoes are a fresh, vibrant, fuss-free alternative to traditional roast potatoes (opens in new tab). New potatoes are at their best from April to July and will often be cheaper when they are in season. When new potatoes are out of season, you could also use normal potatoes cut into smaller chunks or vegetables like swede and celeriac. Sprinkle with fresh parsley before serving for a pop of green.


  • 2kg new potatoes, large potatoes halved
  • 1 bunch rosemary
  • 3tbsp olive oil
  • 2tbsp butter
  • 20g feta cheese, to serve




  1. Preheat the oven to 200C/Gas 7. Boil potatoes, remove and drain. Place in a roasting dish, drizzle over olive oil and rosemary and cook for 20-30mins.
  2. Remove and allow to cool slightly before topping with the herbs and feta and serving with your roast dinner, grilled meat and fish or even as part of a barbecue salad spread.

Top tips for making these rosemary roasted potatoes

To make this delicious side dish vegan, simply switch the butter for extra oil and replace the feta cheese with a vegan alternative.

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Rosemary Shrager
Celebrity chef and TV presenter

From 1998 to 2002, Rosemary started her chef journey at Amhunnsuidhe castle and enrolled in a cookery course, and published her first official cookbook in this period. With a passion and drive to make a name in the cooking industry, Rosemary's TV career took off when she hosted her own cookery series called 'Rosemary Shrager School for Cooks', where ten contestants competed for the opportunity to work in a Michelin star restaurant. Soon after this, she made appearances in The Girls of Hedsor Hall, Royal Upstairs Downstairs, What's Cooking?, The Real Marigold Hotel, Chopping Block, Culinary Genius as well as being a contestant on one of Britain's favourite shows I'm A  Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. If you want to try some of Rosemary's homely and delicious recipes, check out our Rosemary Shrager recipes (opens in new tab).