Pommes de terre au romarin

rosemary potatoes2Potatoes roasted with rosemary and olive oil — nothing so melt-in-the-mouth delicious could be as simple to make. Preparation time is five minutes or less, although you do need to be around for the next hour or so while your potatoes turn a golden brown, their aroma drawing everyone in the house into your kitchen. Fend them off with promises of things to come, for these potatoes marry well with so many other dishes — roast chicken, pan-seared fish, an omelet or simply a green salad.

Pommes de terre au romarin / Roasted rosemary potatoes

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2 Responses to Pommes de terre au romarin

  1. Ann Mah says:

    How fun, a soufflé demo! Wish I could be there, Meg, but look forward to reading all about it!

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