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Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes

3 to 4 large sweet potatoes
4 to 6 sprigs of rosemary
salt and black(red) pepper
1/4 cup chopped shallot
1 strip smokey(turkey) bacon chopped
Olive oil (enough to lightly coat the taters)

Preheat the oven to 425 F
Cut sweet potatoes into thick rounds. It doesn't say peeled or unpeeled but I like potato skin. Toss all items together until the potatoes are well coated. Preheat an oiled baking pan then add the ingredients in a single layer. Bake 45 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are crispy.

My sub situations are in (    ). I copied this recipe because I'll be getting a 40 lb box of sweet potatoes friday and I have a huge rosemary bush 20 feet from my front door. I also have a box of prime steaks that I'll try not to ruin.
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done it, though I never use black pepper on anything (it dose not like me) and I have not found a turkey bacon I like yet. I do use garlic though and it rocks!


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I usually use olive or rice bran oil, sea salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika. I've been doing that for YEARS. And prior to doing that with sweet potatoes, I was doing it with white potatoes. You can thank my daughter Leah for the suggestion to use savory spices on the sweet potatoes, rather than going with cinnamon and  ginger.


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And tonight I'm on the great shallot hunt. One grocery store down and 2 to go.
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I'll try it tonight, I already had some turkey bacon out from this morning, though I don't have any shallots, or a clue as to what they are. I am sure it would be awesome even so....Two big ribeyes and a glass of red wine to wash it down, mm mmm mmmmmmm
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Quoted from ruthiegirl
I usually use olive or rice bran oil, sea salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika. I've been doing that for YEARS. And prior to doing that with sweet potatoes, I was doing it with white potatoes. You can thank my daughter Leah for the suggestion to use savory spices on the sweet potatoes, rather than going with cinnamon and  ginger.

Chilis are also terrific with sweet potatoes. Cayenne powder or chili flakes - or you might use chili-infused oil. Chopped fresh cilantro can garnish.  



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I'll try it tonight, I already had some turkey bacon out from this morning, though I don't have any shallots, or a clue as to what they are. I am sure it would be awesome even so....Two big ribeyes and a glass of red wine to wash it down, mm mmm mmmmmmm


Look near the garlic. Scallions have a more mild flavor than onions, I paid $3.99 a lb today but you don't need much to equal a 1/4 cup. In my preBTD days I made flounder baked in a parchment paper or aluminum foil pouch with a sauce made of: fresh tomatoes, butter, red wine vinegar, shallots, basil, salt, white pepper and a little flour. It is out of this world good but definitely not BTD compatible.
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Found the shallots at the Winn Dixie tonight.
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If you can't find shallots, or if they're not compliant for you, substitute leeks or onions.


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