Introduction: No Fail Bacon and Potato Rose
My mother used to make miniature dough roses when I was a child, using flour and Elmer's glue if I recall . She was an artist at heart. I decided to try my hand at making a bacon rose "for the bacon contest" using my mom's dough rose method. They turned out better than I had expected. These roses could be a unique thing to do this time of year with Easter, Mother's day, and summer just around the corner. I am not an artist, although I am creative. I rely on methods like these when I can't draw or shape things like roses. So if you are like I am, this instructable might interest you. Follow through and I will show you how to make a beautiful bacon rose potato to use as a garnish or side dish.
Step 1: Ingredients and Utensils
Large potato ( I think almost any kind will work.)
Seasonings fresh dried or both
Food coloring (optional)
Cupcake baking cups
Step 2: Preparing the Potato
Slice into thin slices.
Cut out leaves.
Step 3: Coloring
Step 4: Assembly
Microwave the potato slices for 1 minute in the microwave, if it is not soft enough to roll then add a few seconds and try again.
Arrange the potatoes like the picture.
Season with spices and cheese, garlic or whatever you like.
Step 5: Roll
Secure with toothpicks.
Slightly pull the petals to shape the rose.
Place the rose in a baking cup.
Then put it in a muffin pan.
Step 6: Bake
Check to see how the rose is forming and adjust as needed.
Estimate how much longer to bake and bake until done, usually 25- 30 minutes.
Top with butter or cheese optional.
Place the leaves on the cookie sheet and bake for about 10-15 minutes, watching closely as not to burn.
Step 7: Add Leaves
Arrange the baked leaves around the rose.
Season how ever you like and serve.
Step 8: Sunshiine's Final Thoughts
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