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Mar 13, 2013

Guest Post: Spicy Roast Potatoes



 


Since I'm getting ready to go out of town in a couple of days I've set up for a few amazing bloggers to share their yummy recipes with you starting today!  I am really excited to have Bintu from Recipes From A Pantry share her Spicy Roast Potatoes!  When she sent me her pictures I got really excited because my family LOVES potatoes and I think they will LOVE these Spicy Roast Potatoes! Now I can sit back and relax  do everyone's laundry and pack :)

Hey all,

First a big thank you to Shauna for allowing me to guest post here from the food blog Recipes From A Pantry.

I want to share with you my lazy day, scrumptious and healthier spicy roast potatoes. They go with everything – from a full roast dinner to grilled fish, haloumi, bean-burgers, or even just by themselves.

This is a quick and easy dish to make – you just have to remember to put them in the oven 30 mins before supper. As for the ingredients – this recipe combination is just one way. What goes in depends on what is in your pantry.

Try this today. I guarantee that you will like itJ

Bintu


Spicy Roast Potato Ingredients
3 large potatoes (about 600 g) serve 2-3
Salt to taste
¾ tsp smoked paprika
¼ tsp chilli flakes
1 tsp dried mixed herbs
2 tbsp olive oil
1 (bell) pepper chopped
1 onion chopped
1 tbsp chopped (coriander) optional

Directions
Pre heat oven to 400F/180C fan assisted/200 C/Gas 6
Cut the potatoes into bite sized cubes.
Season with salt, paprika, chilli flakes, herbs and olive oil, mix well and bake for 10 mins.
Then remove the potatoes from oven, mix in the pepper and onions, adjust salt.
Return the vegetables to the oven and bake for up to 25 mins till the vegetables are done. Please stir the vegetables at least once during baking so that they cook evenly on all sides.
When cooked take them out of the oven, stir in coriander and serve..

Potatoes take a little bit longer to cook than the other vegetable so I put them in first. If however you are short of time, or you cut the potatoes particularly small then you can put everything in at the same time. Your peppers and onions might be a little bit crunchy. 


Thanks Bintu for coming over and Guest Posting for me today :) 

A additional message from Bintu:  
I hope you enjoy it and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
 
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4 Comments:

At March 13, 2013 at 7:20 AM , Anonymous Bintu @ recipesfromapantry said...

Thanks soooooo much for this opportunity. I love hanging out here...

 
At March 13, 2013 at 9:26 AM , Blogger Shauna {The Best Blog Recipes} said...

You're welcome Bintu! Thanks again for your guest post :)

 
At March 13, 2013 at 7:16 PM , Blogger Angie Church said...

look mighty tasty
come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

 
At March 13, 2013 at 10:53 PM , Blogger Shauna {The Best Blog Recipes} said...

Thanks Angie!

 

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