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Rosemary Potatoes

This is a discussion on Rosemary Potatoes within the The 'NEW' Kitchen - off the Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the The Outback Terrace Bar category; Description: This is a great fresh recipe for potatoes, with an interesting twist! It's cooked ...

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    Cool Rosemary Potatoes

    Description: This is a great fresh recipe for potatoes, with an interesting twist! It's cooked on the grill! Now you can have a great alternative to plain old baked potatoes with your grilled steaks.
    Serving Size: As much as you want to make.
    Time: 30 minutes, at most.
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. Red Potatoes
    2. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    3. Fresh Rosemary
    4. Fresh garlic clove
    5. Coarse Salt
    6. Coarse ground pepper
    Preparation:
    1. Clean your potatoes well and quarter them.
    2. Peel and mince garlic, but leave the pieces a little on the large side, may take a little more or less to taste.
    3. Strip rosemary and dice. 1 sprig should be enough.
    4. Make a packet out of tin foil (packet does not need to be large, potatoes can pile up inside).
    Instructions:
    1. Place potatoes in large mixing bowl and drizzle with olive oil.
    2. Sprinkle all ingredients and toss well. Remember, liberal use of both garlic and rosemary is great, you wont be eating the herbs, they are just to inject flavor into the potatoes.
    3. Place potatoes in the foil packets and pinch the edges to form a good seal.
    4. Place packet on grill about 10 mins before you put the meat on, and they should be done at the same time.

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    This sounds wonderful also! I have got to get our grill cleaned up so I can try these recipes you have shared.

    cheers,
    BD

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    Yeah, I have been having a great time with mine Been pretty hot here, so it's nice outside.

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    This sounds great, Alana! What do you think of a little parmesean sprinkled on top? Would you put it in the foil or put in on at the table?
    Tami

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