Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Recipe: Rosemary Garlic Chips

I was inspired by the lovely Pioneer Woman's Roasted Potato Wedges. Yum.



Start with one potato for two people, or two potatoes for 4 and so on.



Slice em up real thin, or thick if that floats your boat.



Take a few teaspoons of minced garlic or two fresh cloves minced.



Plus one sprig of fresh rosemary chopped. I picked this from the garden, what a great feeling.



Combine with the potatoes in a bowl and add a few glub glubs of olive oil.



Add some sea salt.



Toss to combine. Have a pan nearby heating up...



Smells so good. Toss until golden brown. I think it works best to work in batches so that the chips get evenly cooked. Preheat your over to 200 degrees to keep the tators warm while you finish up. Bon a Petit!

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6 comments:

down and out chic said...

i am so showing this to brad...

Nate-n-Annie said...

Hi,

would you like to submit this to our "Grow Your Own" roundup? Here's information on how to enter:

http://chezannies.blogspot.com/2009/04/hosting-april-2009-grow-your-own.html

Aloha,

Nate
House of Annie food blog

hiking in stilettos said...

Sounds yummy! I'll definitely have to try it.

homemade grits said...

Thanks guys! We had ours with burgers and corn on the cob. So good.

lamb said...

my fave! you're so cute - et, c'est 'bon appetit'!!

Andrea said...

Fresh rosemary is so good with sauteed potatoes, and yours are delicious. Thanks for joining us for Grow Your Own in April!