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    Make Your Own Herb Roasted Potatoes with a handful of thyme or rosemary, parsley and chives for a flavorful, inexpensive side dish

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    JUst posted this to my Facebook! My goodness I can not wait to sink my teeth into this!

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    Yum yum I can't wait to try this with pork chops

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    These are cheap, DELISCIOUS and left overs are fantastic in stew. I've been doing something similar but with a slightly different method. LOL, didn't think to post it.

    Potatoes, carrots, onion, sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower (any combination of vegetables with similar cook times works) are cut to similar size and tossed with olive oil, sea salt, and a combination of whatever herbs appeals to me at the time. Lately Rosemary, Chives, Thyme, Garlic powder, and Herbs de Provence.

    Finally the vegetables are spread out on my pizza screen. It is the expanded metal kind so there is no need to flip the vegetables. Usually 20 min at 425 does the trick. Temp may need to be lower if you cut thinner. I usually cut everything like steak fries because of the carrots.

 

 

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