1teaspoonparsley grandmother only had dried in her kitchen
Wash and peel potatoes. Cut potatoes into small bite sized pieces, place in pot. Cover potatoes and onions with water, and place on medium-high heat. Allow potatoes to boil for about 15 minutes.
Check to see potatoes are done by pricking with a fork, if the fork goes through the potatoes, they are done. Drain potatoes in a colander. Place 1/4 cup of butter into the pot that you just boiled the potatoes in, and add dried parsley.
Stir until the butter has melted, add cooked potatoes and onions to the melted butter, and stir to blend the parsley butter over the potatoes. Season with salt.
Turn these leftover potatoes into soup by placing leftovers into a pot, and adding just enough milk to cover the potatoes.
Need your potatoes done more quickly? Cut them into smaller pieces, they will cook faster that way.
Want some variety? Add some thinly sliced green onions with the parsley for an extra layer of flavor.