I'm a night owl, always have been. I know it sounds crazy to some, but I cook late at night at times. I do a lot of things late. I was cleaning the bathroom at 1 a.m. (by then it's morning, I know) :)
Last night I made roasted potatoes with peas, I grilled some chicken breasts for hubby and I put up some chicken for the dog which makes great stock for soups and other dishes!
small red potatoes
Wash potatoes in cold water. Cut into bite sized pieces (try to keep all pieces the same size). Chop white and red onions and garlic. Coat roasting pan with some cold water. Add in potatoes, onions and garlic. Season to taste with oregano, parsley and salt (you can also add red or black pepper if you desire). Add a small amount of olive oil and a few pats of butter. Cover with tin foil and roast in a preheated oven at 350 degrees. Stir and add water if necessary. When potatoes and onions are soft add in peas (if you use fresh or frozen add them to dish from beginning). Cover and cook, again stirring often. Uncover and roast about 10 minutes to crisp up potatoes and peas! Stir and serve. Enjoy!
I couldn't resist, I had a small plate around 11 p.m.
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