Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 35 min.
If you follow this recipe you will end up with bitter little black chunks of garlic. Obviously poster never made this recipe...
I have two large rosemary bushes so am always looking for ways to use it. This recipe is tasty and so easy. My husband loved it. I will try it next time using green beans.
Used fresh green beans as I didn't have asparagus and cooked together with the potatoes. Really good and easy.
Really good. I used parchment paper so the mess was minimal and I cooked the asparagus about 12 minutes. I also used baby potatoes - white, red and purple.
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So much flavor from such simple ingredients. I cut up the asparagus and did the same with the plain old white potatoes. I cut the potatoes into smaller pieces and gave them a jump start of baking. I gave them about 15 minutes. Then added the cut up asparagus and at that time I added some minced garlic. The aroma from the Rosemary was wonderful and so was the taste. Perfect side for our grilled Salmon.JanieTaste of Home Volunteer Field Editor. I highly endorse this recipe for both taste and ease of preparation. Presentation is nice too *
Salt is not even close to being right.. and cooking times for each state is a total fail.. I corrected them and its delicious but this isnt a well written recipe.
This is a great way to get 2 veggies done on one pan! I made the recipe as written with the exception of adding more salt, including to the mixture before baking it. I usually only cook asparagus for 10 or so minutes at 400, not 15-20, so my asparagus was perfectly cooked. Attractive presentation and great mixtures of colors and flavors!
Simply wonderful ! My family loved it. Great way to spruce up asparagus and it is a perfect accompaniment to roasted salmon or a steak. Thank you!
Super Yummy. Needed a little more salt but otherwise this recipe is a keeper!