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Effingham, IL 62401
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Flora, IL 62839
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Vandalia, IL 62471
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Newton, IL 62448
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3 medium baking potatoes, thinly sliced1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/2 cup chives, minced1 teaspoon rosemary
2 tablespoons parsley
Non-stick vegetable cooking spray
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1. Mix chives, parsley, pepper, paprika and rosemary together in a small bowl.
2. Layer 1/3 of potatoes in an 8x8x2 inch baking pan sprayed with cooking spray.
3. Sprinkle with 1/3 herb mixture.
4. Repeat layers until all ingredients are used. Cover with foil.
5. Bake at 350oF for 45 minutes or until done.
NUTRITION FACTS (per serving) - Calories 210 ~ fat 0 g ~ calories from fat 0 ~ sodium 20 mg ~ totalcarbohydrate 46 g ~ fiber 6 g
More Healthful Tips1. Cut salt intake by flavoring foods with herbs and spices or by leaving the salt shaker off the dinner table.2. Instead of frying foods, grill, bake, steam, boil or broil them.3. Eat a lower fat diet by switching to low fat dairy products such as switching from whole or 2% milk to1% or skim milks.4. Spices and flavorings such as cinnamon, vanilla, or nutmeg can make foods taste sweeter when sugar isreduced in baked goods.5. Switch to diluted fruit juice, milk, or water instead of sugary drinks.
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