I was recently on Reggae Vault Classic Magazine. Not that many of you may know what that is but my hubsta plays on an internet radio site called Daflavaradio.com. Daflavaradio.com plays Caribbean music and my hubsta being a talented Deejay has a show with his brother and it airs 2 nights a week. Well, hubsta asked me to interview one night for his radio magazine show. I was very reluctant but he made it easy. I was proud… not of me.. but of him. He put me at ease and asked all the right questions. Despite me having the microphone up to close to my mouth at times I think I did okay.
One question he asked was what was my intentions now that I am a working mom. Oh.. I didn’t tell you all that… but yes…a working mom. Am I going to integrate that with my blog? I am.. I intend on making a few easy dishes. Dishes that working moms can throw together when they walk in the door with their heels and blazers still on.
I have a few dishes on my blog that fall into that category already! And this one I am putting high on rotation. This one goes great with meatloaf or tilapia. This one was a hit with all of us!
I saw this on pinterest. GAAH!! Not that pinterest word again??!!? Well what good is pinning if you are not going to attempt anything you pin?
Okay.. here is the recipe.. it is simple and it comes from Iowa Girl Eats. Thank you Iowa Girl.
I call it..
Easy Breezy Roasted Potatoes.
(They are too good to just call them roasted potatoes.)
Russet potatoes (how ever many you wish)
Lawry's seasoning salt
grated parmesan cheese
…all the above ingredients are to your taste…
Wash and pierce the potato all over with a fork. Cook in the microwave until the potato is soft all the way through – about 6-7 minutes total, flipping halfway through.
Cut the potato in half, then cut each half into squares. Don’t cut all the way through, just down to the skin.
Season with butter, parmesan cheese and Lowry’s seasoning salt, then place on a baking sheet under the broiler for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown.
Don’t blame me when your kids want more.