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Food Week in Review: Baked Onion Rings, Avocado Relish, and Perfect Potatoes

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Perfect Potatoes;
Photo credit: Samantha Kuvin

1 Perfect Potatoes; Photo credit: Samantha Kuvin

Grilled Chicken with Garlic & Oregano;
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2 Grilled Chicken with Garlic & Oregano; Photo credit: Samantha Kuvin

OMG Onion Rings;
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3 OMG Onion Rings; Photo credit: Samantha Kuvin

Avocado, Red Onion Relish - from this week's Fruit & Veggie Challenge.  
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4 Avocado, Red Onion Relish - from this week's Fruit & Veggie Challenge. Photo credit: Samantha Kuvin

For those who know me, you may remember I’ll worry food until I get it right.  That’s the case for the roasted potatoes-- bite size pieces with olive oil and salt. I think the secret is a 425-degree oven and a low sided pan. Don’t use a jelly roll pan; the potatoes will steam instead of become crispy. I know, I’ve tried.

Grilled chicken is a family staple. Here it is on the indoor grill pan with garlic and oregano.  Try thyme, rosemary, or any combination of southwest flavors, then spritz with lemon or lime. Leftovers become sandwiches, quesadillas, stir fries etc.

Let me tell you, baked onion rings are as crispy as fried!!!! Need I say more? Here’s the EDF recipe.

And to go along with this week’s Fruit and Veggie Challenge dishes, I mixed up the Avocado-Red Onion Relish.  It was a huge hit with the kids!

Comments (2)

  • I would like the receipe that aired today on PBS 8/13/2011. Another lady made them. If memory serves me right it used Vidalia onions, Buttermilk, flour, & cornflakes. Very simple.

  • I saw the Martha Stewart show this week, making red onions filled with sausage, topped with grated cheese and apples- breadcrumbs and fennel etc..Last evening I found it on the computer, and now when I have a printer handy, I've tried over and over and can't get that certain one to come up. HELP!!!

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