Perfect, Simple Oven Roasted Potatoes
This recipe notes that these are perfect, simple oven roasted potatoes, and so they are. Sometimes it is the simplest preparation that yields the most delicious of flavors, and that could be said of this method to prepare potatoes. Potatoes are an often overlooked food, humble in appearance but chock full of both flavor and nutrients. Potatoes are versatile, adaptable, and there are lots of varieties that offer surprising differences in flavors and textures. Take some time to experiment with different kinds of potatoes using this recipe and you will soon see how different kinds of potatoes really can make quite a difference to any dish they accompany.
Potatoes are great food. They can be the center meal for stuffed potatoes and you can stuff them with pretty much anything including meats, chickens, vegetables, cheese and so on. Or, they can be a snack, served with a wide range of gravies or melted cheese sauces. Or eat them deep fried, with just a bit of ketchup, mayonnaise or whatever else you like. Make them like the French, as Poutine, smothered in gravy and cheese curds. Mash them, bake them, fry them, boil them, or microwave them, few foods can beat this vegetable for its range. It is also loaded with potassium and vitamin C, among other vitamins and minerals, and is a good source of fiber if you eat the skin. Even without it, potatoes are healthy and nutritious for you.
This recipe calls for rosemary. Use it liberally. It is possibly the most perfect complement to potatoes and a flavor to die for. As well, rosemary adds a sophisticated look to potatoes when you serve them. Cook a few long branches of rosemary along with the chopped that you put on top of the potatoes for a really dramatic effect when you put them on the table.
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