Roasted Tater Rounds with Green Onions & Tarragon
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Broil: 10 min.
These were ok, but not sure I would make again. Was not crazy about the tarragon.
So easy to make! We liked it. Simple as that!
Delicious will be making this often. Lorrine cooking spray is just oil usually canola oil that's in a spray can like bakers joy is but without the added flour. You can just as easily just use a little bit of canola oil or olive oil in your baking dish and just wipe it around you dish with your fingers or a paper towel if you don't have any cooking spray.
This recipe is easy to make and delicious. I halved the recipe and now wish I hadn't!!! The combo of the tarragon and green onion on top of slightly crunch potato rounds is very satisfying. I did use a little olive oil and it gave the dish a nice finish. Will definitely make this again...as in tomorrow!!!!
What exactly is cooking spray?
Absolutely love these potatoes. They have a very fresh taste to them from the green onions and the tarragon. Very easy to make too! Will be adding these as a side dish to my recipe box to make again.
I loved how the microwave step sped things up , but the broiling step made the texture nice. My green onions were pretty thick, so the amount of those seemed more than enough. I used dried tarragon, and it was fine. A keeper!
We really enjoyed these. I added olive oil before microwaving.
I cut recipe down to two servings and served these delicious potatoes with meatless chicken cutlets. Thank you, Aly, for sharing this recipe.
These were really good and pretty simple. I found that the olive oil drizzle is necessary to bring all the flavor together at the end and to keep them from tasting dry. I did use fresh tarragon but next time I may try dried.