To get even cooking for this sheet pan lemon garlic shrimp meal, you’ll have to flip and stir the contents at least once during the roasting period and make sure that all the ingredients are in an even layer when you return them to the heat. You’ll also need to make sure to cut the potatoes into small size chunks, so they’ll cook at the same rate as the shrimp. Then, as soon as the potatoes are fork tender and the shrimp are pink and opaque, dinner is ready.
Tag: roasted potatoes
If you’ve been on a potato free diet (been there, done that), then close your eyes and pretend these are mushrooms instead. LOL. Just kidding.
The truth of the matter is, these Roasted Baby Potatoes with Garlic & Fresh Herbs will make you rethink that whole doing without potatoes thing…and rightly so!
There is nothing quite like bringing the family around the #SundaySupper dinner table with something comforting and delicious.
With only a few minutes of preparation, you can enjoy the wonderfully tempting aroma of this Best Ever Dutch Oven Braised Pot Roast for hours as it cooks in the oven with minimal ingredients. For me, that’s one of the best parts of an oven braised meal! The anticipation!!
There are so many terrific convenience products in the grocery store, and as I’ve always been drawn to the produce department in particular, some of my favorite products are from a company called Gourmet Garden. The recipe I’m sharing today for Roasted Red Potatoes with Lemongrass, Garlic & Cilantro takes advantage of two of their products.
Steak, Roasted Potatoes with Bourbon Butter Sauce is a manly meal that will please a woman too. Que the sexy music, please. […]
For this recipe of Bacon Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Herbs I used the multi-colored fingerling potatoes (red, yellow and purple) that can be purchased in small bags in the produce department. If you can’t find them, or if you want to use the regular all yellow fingerling potatoes, go for it.
This recipe takes a bit of time to make and includes several different (but not difficult) steps. However, I assure you that it’s well worth the time and effort you’ll spend making this amazing sweet and savory yeasted bread. Plus, the fact that it makes two loaves means you can feed a hungry crowd, or eat one now and put one in the freezer for later. BING!