Baked Potatoes and Carots

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About: Heya, I'm Helen and I love to make and learn how to do stuff.

This is my basic recipe for baked potatoes and carots! You can easily prepare this and just put it in the oven when you need it. Or you make them and store them in a container and just heat it up.

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Step 1: What You Need

Here is what you need:

- potatoes
- carots
- salt and pepper
- olive oil
- rosemary and thyme

Step 2: Potatoes and Carots

Heat your oven (180°C/360°F)

Wash the potatoes and carots. Don´t peel them. You can but you don´t have to.

Cut the potatoes and carots into small slices (see pictures)

Throw them with the oil, and the herbs and salt and a bit pepper into a pot and mix everything. Now put them on a baking sheet.

Step 3: Bake

Bake the potatoes and carots for 40-50 min. Turn them over after 25-30 min. Bake it until they turn golden.

Step 4: Potatoe and Carot

There you go -Baked Potatoe and Carot-

Enjoy! I hope you like this recipe.

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    6 Discussions

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    Paulo Fernando

    3 years ago

    You said not to peel them, but it seems to me they're peeled after they are choped. Is it right or am I seeing too much?

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    He Se Paulo Fernando

    Reply 3 years ago

    I tried both. And you don´t need to peel them but you can.

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    Łukasz

    3 years ago

    Did anyone notice when the potatoes n carrots went in, they were a different ahape, and when they lwft they qre thw othe shape, from beofre

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    He Se Łukasz

    Reply 3 years ago

    I made them twice, and tried other shapes and I decided to show both pictures, to show it´s possible to shape them as you like. :)

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    He Se Łukasz

    Reply 3 years ago

    I made them twice, and tried other shapes and I decided to show both pictures, to show it´s possible to shape them as you like. :)