Subject: Can I roast potatoes at 325 degrees F?
From: Mitch <Mitch[at]...>
Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2006 20:56:40 GMT
If I have a pork loin roasting at 325, and I usually roast veggies at
a 400 for 40 minutes, how long should I roast
potatoes/onions/cauliflower/carrots at 325?
From: yetanotherBob <yetanotherbob[at]gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2006 16:11:51 -0500
I would say just slice the veggies up a bit smaller than normal and
stick with the 40 minutes or so at 325 deg. You can always leave them
in the oven while the roast is resting, to cook a bit longer, and at a
higher temp if needed.
From: werty <werty[at]swissinfo.org>
Date: 3 Dec 2006 18:31:31 -0800
You can not bake onions with veggies , they need oil cooking to
take the bite away . The oil preserves the onion flavor which is
lost in starches like rice , S' , macaroni et al , if no oil .
add beef stock to onion , simmer ..
Same for boiling them , say with spaghetti .
Garlic should be cracked and rest for 1/2 hour .
it cooks fast . I Nuke G' for 4 seconds at a time and G' cooks in
12 seconds , no
bite , no smell , glutamate flavor ...
Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2006 00:36:33 -0800
>If I have a pork loin roasting at 325, and I usually roast veggies at
>a 400 for 40 minutes, how long should I roast
>potatoes/onions/cauliflower/carrots at 325?
I dunno, ask an algebra teacher. They are all different densities and
textures, so I couldn't recommend "one for all" type time. Those
potatoes will take longest, unless they are cut up real small.