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Yummy. I used dried marjoram as I didnt have any dried rosemary after deciding on this recipe. I used yellow potatoes which were good, a bit extra sea salt, canola because I need to buy olive oil. It would be better with olive oil I know that. I cut them as stated but was cooking with another dish so they were on 375F rather than the 475F which I think is to high anyway and a couple got a bit to dark, but that may be my oven. I served them with Almond Chicken and Agourontomatosalata and Helmans olive oil mayonnaise and corn free ketchup from the health food store for a good meal for DD (toddler) and I. I would like to make these again with olive oil and dried rosemary or still using marjoram.

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UmmBinat September 18, 2009

Love the fries! I eliminated the salt to make the recipe a little healthier. Next time I will try fresh rosemary.

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aflores0808 March 20, 2009

Very nice. Loved the fresh rosemary and garlic here! I sprinkled a little more salt on them when they came out- glutton! :) I mixed these up in a bowl and cooked them on a baking stone. Of so yummy! Crispy outside and tender and fluffy inside! Felt like I was cheating my diet but I was not! Thanks kleigh!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) January 13, 2009

Made these last night to accompany hamburgers. We happen to have fresh rosemary so I used that. Quick, easy, and tasted great. Into my cookbook it goes. Thanks.

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Chef AkRascal October 04, 2008

Super great recipe!! It is so easy to make and so tasty! My son and husband (who loves garlic fries) tells me to make them at least once a week. Whenever we go to the Giants baseball game we alway buy garlic fries but never knew how to make them. Thank you so very much for posting.

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happysunflower36 September 10, 2007

Very good. I enjoyed these. I used fewer potatoes than called for in the recipe because I was making them for myself alone. I wish I had reduced the amount of olive oil accordingly. Still, it was very good. I used Yukon Gold potatoes cut to 1/4-in. flat wedges. I reduced the cooking time because of the thinner potato pieces.

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Ladydaungerous June 19, 2005

Outstanding! The only thing I changed was that I used small Yukon gold potatoes and quartered them. I now served them 3 times to guests and they rave about them. Thanks for sharing!

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Jan Waters May 03, 2005

I work in an assisted living home with 4 residents. We have been putting together a menu plan and they just LOVED these. a mild yet great flavor, and not oily.

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vsinesi October 28, 2004

I love oven fries and really liked the touch of Rosemary with the garlic. I did not use any oil and baked them on my pizza stone. Thanks Kleigh83 for yet another way to spice up oven fries

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Bergy September 26, 2004

I took Chris's suggestions and made this with fresh rosemary and coarse salt. Wonderful! The wedges still took only 30 minutes to roast.

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sugarpea February 09, 2004
Rosemary & Garlic Oven Fries