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Roasted Potatoes and Cauliflower With Chives

Roasted Potatoes and Cauliflower With Chives created by yogiclarebear

Adapted from a recipe I found at epicurious.com. You could use more olive oil if it is your preference. I tend to cook with as little oil as I can get away with.

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  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
  • Cut potatoes in half, about ½ inch pieces. In a large Ziploc bag, toss potatoes, garlic, a few sprays of cooking spray to coat, and salt and pepper to taste.
  • Put potatoes in a glass baking dish and roast, uncovered, for about 15 minutes, turning occasionally.
  • While potatoes are roasting, put cauliflower in the same Ziploc bag, toss with more salt and pepper to taste, and a few sprays of cooking spray to coat.
  • When 15 minutes are up, stir the cauliflower into the potatoes, mixing well. Roast for 10-15 minutes more, until cauliflower is tender and starting to golden.
  • Toss with fresh chives and serve with sour cream if desired!
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"Adapted from a recipe I found at epicurious.com. You could use more olive oil if it is your preference. I tend to cook with as little oil as I can get away with."
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  1. bmcnichol
    I made this as written and this was good and easy to make. This was a nice change. I think my kids would have liked it a bit more with a cheese sauce on top. Might try that next time. Made these on the grill.
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  2. yogiclarebear
    Roasted Potatoes and Cauliflower With Chives Created by yogiclarebear
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  3. yogiclarebear
    Adapted from a recipe I found at epicurious.com. You could use more olive oil if it is your preference. I tend to cook with as little oil as I can get away with.
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