Haricot Vert and Baby Potatoes

Haricot Vert and Mini Potatoes with Bacon and Sweet Balsamic Vinegar | ASpicyPerspective.comHaricot Vert and Baby Potatoes, a dish reminiscent of Easter eggs hiding in tall blades of grass. Perfect for your spring table!

Vibrant Haricot Vert & Mini Potatoes
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For me spring is symbolic of a fresh start, even more so than January 1st.

Tender blades of grass peaking up through wasted brush. Delicate, yet determined, sprouts of tulips and daffodils unearthing themselves. Tiny lime green buds on the tree outside my window; a promise of ethereal blushed dogwood blossoms. Everywhere I look I am reminded of new beginnings and rebirth.

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Spring is a time to renew your outlook and reinvent yourself. A time to turn the soil in our lives, and plant seeds of new things to come. A time for change.

After all, life is all about change. Those that refuse to adapt, will surely miss out on opportunity…and fun!

Making Haricot Vert & Mini Potatoes

When spring arrives we often change our schedule to spend more time outside with our family. We change our exercise plan to get in shape for summer. We change our eating habits from cozy winter foods to lighter, picnic-style meals.

In the spring, I like to eat things that are symbolic of new and fresh. Maybe that’s silly, but I don’t care. It’s certainly not the only silly thing I do!

Haricot Vert and Mini Potatoes

Today I’m sharing one of my favorite spring side dishes, Haricot Vert and Baby Potatoes.

Haricot Vert and Baby Potatoes, a mix of itty bitty new potatoes and vibrant haricot vert, with a touch of bacon and sweet balsamic vinegar, is ideal for your Easter table or a backyard meal.  

Vibrant Haricot Vert and Mini Potatoes with Bacon and Sweet Balsamic Vinegar | ASpicyPerspective.com

Haricot Vert, pronounced ah-ree-koh verh, is french for green beans.

Haricot Vert are thin tender green beans with soft skins. The potatoes I used are tiny, ranging from the size of small grapes to dates. They have a slightly green tint and papery skins. The combination of the two, gives this dish a feeling of youth and vitality.

Simple Haricot Vert and Mini Potatoes with Bacon and Sweet Balsamic Vinegar | ASpicyPerspective.com

Look for haricot vert and micro new potatoes at your local farmer’s market this spring.

Then serve Haricot Vert and Baby Potatoes at your next family gathering. They pair perfectly with honey roasted chicken or baked ham!

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11 comments on “Haricot Vert and Baby Potatoes

  1. denise @ quickies on the dinner tableposted March 20, 2010 at 12:03 pm Reply

    A wonderful side dish with everything I love! The potatoes look adorable nestled among the beans and you can't go wrong with bacon, onions and balsamic vinegar.

  2. lauraposted March 21, 2010 at 12:53 am Reply

    These pictures are GREAT! I love the combination of the beans and potatoes finished with balsamic vinegar, and agree that spring ushers in a whole new craving for new, green and fresh.

  3. Ed Schenkposted March 21, 2010 at 8:16 pm Reply

    This looks to be an outstanding side dish. Lots of fresh flavors!

  4. woofyposted March 25, 2010 at 12:52 am Reply

    I usually cooked beans with bacon and serve it with potatoes … never thought of combining it, thanks for the idea … and oh … nice step by step photos, it makes me hungry!

  5. bevvbevvposted March 26, 2010 at 3:00 pm Reply

    That recipe looks scrumptious! I also love your header– did you design that?

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  7. Shelbyposted March 19, 2016 at 7:12 pm Reply

    I love all veggies! This may be my favorite! I add carrots; steam, then sauté . Olive oil,salt, sweetener(just a sprinkle) and herbs.
    Sometimes vinegar, sometimes not! Aren’t green beans wonderful? So good with so many other veggies! Thanks Sommer !

  8. Gaby Dalkinposted March 19, 2016 at 10:57 pm Reply

    Such a great side dish to go with Easter dinner!

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  10. Pamposted April 12, 2016 at 7:29 pm Reply

    I used prosciutto instead! Delicious!