Sunday, January 24, 2010

Lazy Sunday and Garlic Rosemary Sweet Potatoes

Jeffrey had to work today so we didn't get to go to church :( Instead I have been on the computer reading other cooking blogs. My mom emailed me a bunch of different websites and so I decided to use this morning to look for new recipes. I found 2 websites that I really like! It is just like reading a cookbook, you can tell right off if you gel with the person's cooking. One of the blogs is called Stacey's Snacks. Next week I have several of her recipes scheduled. The other one I liked is called Ezra Pound Cake, she even has a few recipes on her blog that match up to mine. I have about run out of recipes from Pioneer Woman's website so I am glad to have found some new sites! I have been so intrigued that I can't make myself get up to even eat, which is making my stomach very mad since I am reading about some amazing recipes.

I love these Sweet Potatoes! My besty Katie Wheeler actually made these for me once and they are now a staple vegetable for me. They are more savory than sweet.

Garlic Rosemary Sweet Potatoes
Sweet Potato (I only need 1 for Jeffrey and I and it was actually way too big..PS I think this is actually a Yam but either one will work)
Olive Oil
Garlic Powder
Seasoning Salt
Rosemary

Heat oven to 425
Slice the potato into very thin chips.

Spray your baking pan with Pam.Put potatoes onto baking pan in one layer (you may need more than 1 pan)
Either with a basting brush or if you are lazy, just drizzle, olive oil on the potatoes.

Sprinkle seasoning salt and garlic powder on the potatoes.


Put in the oven for 10-12 minutes.
While they are baking, chop about 4 springs of rosemary leaves very fine.

Take out and turn each chip over.

Repeat with olive oil, seasoning salt and garlic powder.
Sprinkle rosemary on the potatoes and put back into oven.


Cook for 10-12 more minutes or until crisp.
Check to make sure they are not burning (some of the thinner ones may burn faster)


These taste great served with Pork Tenderloin!

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