Perfect Crispy Golden Healthy Roast Potatoes

  
Roast potatoes are usually very high in calories because they are usually cooked in lots of fat be it oil, butter or lard. Well you don’t have to miss out with my healthy version which are just as golden and crispy without lashings and lashings of oil. These are the most perfect accompaniment to a lovely Sunday roast or a mid week roast chicken. This lovely lot serves four and comes in at just 4 Smartpoints or Free on No Count (3 pro points per serving or free on filling and healthy). These are simple to throw together & are infused with the gorgeous flavour of rosemary and sweet garlic.  
600 g of potatoes

Two cloves of garlic

Fresh rosemary

Salt-and-pepper

200 mls chicken stock made up with one stock cube  

Preheat your oven to 220c. Place your baking tin into the oven to heat. Peel the potatoes and chop into large pieces. Cook the potatoes in a pot of boiling salted water for approximately 10 minutes. Drain the potatoes and returned to the pot overheat for a few minutes to steam them dry, they’ll be slightly fluffy around the edges which is perfect for roasties.  

Remove the baking tin from the oven and carefully please the potatoes in a single layer with space between each. Pour the stock over and season with pepper and chopped fresh rosemary leaves. Spray the potatoes lightly with spray oil. Place the two garlic cloves into the tray also. Bake in the oven for an hour turning carefully halfway through cooking time and give them an extra spray of oil, the stock will have evaporated at this point & infused all its flavour & given a lovely crust. Serve and enjoy!  

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