Good morning. I’m going to talk to students at Le Cordon Bleu today. And no, it’s not a chat about cooking! I’ve gotten better at cooking this year, but I am not auditioning for Top Chef! I’m going to talk to the class about blogging and life skills. I can’t wait.
In honor of my chat today, I want to share with you a roasted potato recipe that I prepared, last week. It turned out yummy. The good thing about potatoes is that preparing them is easy for singles who cook. One potato for one person. Makes sense, right?
Frugalista’s Roasted Potato Recipe (stolen from her childhood friend, Beth)
pepper, garlic salt, Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Extra virgin olive oil
After washing the potato, cut into wedges or slices
Put potato slices on a foil-covered baking sheet.
Sprinkle extra virgin olive oil, light garlic salt, pepper and Lawry’s Seasoned salt on the potatoes.
Slice the small lemon, and place it strategically on the baking sheet.
After rinsing the fresh oregano, pull the leaves off and place on top of the potatoes
Cover the potatoes with foil
Place in the oven at 450 degrees, more if you like
Let bake until tender. Check on potatoes every 10 minutes.
Take out and chow down!
What’s your favorite recipe that’s easy for a single person to make?