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Out of this world recipe! Thanks Roosie. I didn't have any pine nuts on hand and I used dried rosemary. I think fresh would have tasted better. Next time I'll add the pine nuts and make sure I have fresh rosemary. It was a big hit at our Sunday dinner get-together.
A good simple side dish (especially if you already have the oven on for a roast). You can substitute toasted sunflower or pumpkin seeds for the pine nuts.
I omitted the pine nuts and fresh parsley out of necessity (didn't have any), and added onions. Very good and a change from my usual roasted sweet potatoes with balsamic vinegar. Thanks for posting!
This was an awesome addition to my Thanksgiving dinner! I omitted the pine nuts because a guest was allergic, but they were still fantastic. And a simple dish to prepare as well. Thanks Roosie, another one for the keeper file!
I make both white and sweet potatoes this way and it's delicious! I do prefer the taste of sweet potatoes and this is a great combination of flavors. The only thing I do differently is omit the pine nuts because both my children have nut allergies. I highly recommend this side dish and your house will smell great while it's cooking too. Thanks for posting Roosie.
Yum! This was really a tasty way to prepare sweet potatoes. To coat the potatoes, I added the rosemary, garlic, oil, and potatoes to a large tupperware and shook it to coat. Then I dumped the contents into a 13x9 pan, and followed the rest of the instructions. In the end the prep time was closer to 20-25 minutes for me, with peeling and chopping the potatoes and garlic, but it was well worth it.
We make this sometimes using dried rosemary instead of fresh. It's wonderful and very enjoyable!