chili pepper flakesPreheat the oven to 400°F
the rutabagas and cut them into roughly 2" chunks; place them in a large mixing bowl.
the rest of the ingredients to a separate bowl and mix vigorously with a whisk until well combined.
that sauce over the rutabagas and toss with a spoon until all the pieces are evenly coated.
the rutabaga in a single layer across a broiler pan, making sure there is plenty of room between the pieces of rutabaga to allow air to circulate freely.
with aluminum foil and bake in the oven for 30 minutes, then remove the foil, lower the heat to 375°F and continue baking, stirring 2 or 3 times during the process, until the rutabaga is fork tender and starts to caramelize around the edges, about 25 minutes.
the rutabaga has reached the desired color and doneness, remove it from the oven and immediately hit it with a light sprinkle of salt. Let it cool for a few minutes and then serve, garnished with fresh herbs and a dribble of extra-virgin olive oil, if desired.
Place pan under the broiler and close the oven door. Remove the pan from the oven, keeping the door slightly ajar and place the roasting pan on the table or countertop (using ovenproof place mats) and then brush a bit more oil onto the lamb
If you ask keralites what are the breakfast items from Kerala or if you check any Kerala restaurant breakfast menu, you can find like these pair of names “Puttu and kadala curry”, “Appam and Egg Roast”, “Idiyappam and egg Curry”, “Poori and Potato Curry”, “Dosa and Sambar”, “Idly and Chammanthi Curry”, “Porota and beef ”, “Vellayappam and tharavu (duck) Curry” etc
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I recently came to realize [once again] that I don’t often enough share my super easy, every day life recipes, like this OvenRoasted Butternut Squash, which I pretty much eat on a weekly basis whenever squash is in season