They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.  And if my husband’s stomach was doing the ordering, it would order potatoes.  In any way, shape, or form.

Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks
These potatoes did the trick for him.

Close up of plated Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks

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Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks

1 large potato, chopped into sticks

2 tbsp lemon juice

2 to 3 tbsp EVOO

1 tbsp dill

1 tbsp all-purpose savory seasoning blend (i.e. Trader Joe’s 21 Salute, Mrs. Dash blends, etc.)

Salt & pepper to taste

Directions:

Place potatoes in a bowl and add oil and seasonings.  Toss with a spoon to coat.   Place potato sticks on foil-lined baking sheet (to save on clean-up time).  Bake at 400F for 35 minutes (or until crispy).  Flip potatoes once halfway through cooking to ensure even crisping.

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Combine all ingredients, toss and coat

Ingredients for Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks in bowl

Get ready to bake

Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks on foil lined pan

After flipping halfway through roasting

Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks after flipping halfway through baking

Done!

Overhead plated Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks

Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks on white plate with fork

Close up of stacked Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks

Close up of plated Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks with fork

You may enjoy serving these potatoes with my vegan Creamy Lemon & Herb Dip

Ingredients for Creamy Lemon Herb Dip in bowl with spoonMixed up Creamy Lemon & Herb Dip in bowl

Or with ketchup.  I love ketchup on just about anything.

Check out Ketchup & Mustard Lovers Protein & Veggie Mash if you love a little food with your condiments like I do.

Ketchup & Mustard Lovers Protein & Veggie Mash

Or simply eat the lemon and dill roasted potato sticks plain.

Stacked Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks

Plain is good sometimes.

Lemon & Dill Roasted Potato Sticks on white plate

But these were far from plain.  The lemon, dill, and herbs gave them great flavor.

And they were slightly crunchy on the outside and warm and soft in the middle.  Far from plain.   Scott approved.

From my last post about my Mall Finds, I am glad you liked my Mac Makeup and bodysprays!

And it doesn’t sound like anyone is going to do anything too crazy for St. Patty’s DayWe shall see come Friday morning who’s hungover on their way to work.

Dessert: Let’s go with some Mint Chocolate Chip Softserve (Vegan, Gluten Free, Soy Free)

Mint Chocolate Chip Softserve in blender

Spoon scooping out Mint Chocolate Chip Softserve

Mint Chocolate Chip Softserve in bowl
Close up of Mint Chocolate Chip SoftserveFeel free to add a couple drops of green food coloring in the spirit of St. Patty’s Day!

Questions:

1. Do you like potatoes?

I will admit, I am not really that much of a potato person.  They are fine, but not something I really seek out.  My idea of comfort food is one of these.

Stacked Special K Bars

However, Scott adores potatoes and so I make them for him.  He’d be fine with a microwaved “baked” potato but in an effort to have new recipes for my blog to keep things interesting for him, I like to mix things up.

2. What’s your favorite potato and way to cook it?

Here are some ideas of mine..

Ginger Roasted Tri Colored Potatoes

Ginger Roasted Tri Colored Potatoes

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries

And a Cheezy Veggie Bake with Potatoes

Cheezy Veggie Bake with Potatoes

Tell me if and how you like your taters!

 

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