Rosemary Garlic Truffle Oil Sweet Potato Fries (Recipe)
1/2 cup of butter or ghee, melted
3 tablespoons of olive oil or coconut oil (or any other fat you like)
1 teaspoon of dried oregano leaves, chopped finely (optional)
Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Butter a baking sheet. Melt the butter or ghee over medium heat.
Add the oil and oregano leaves to it. Cook until they are slightly browned. Remove from heat and set aside. Meanwhile, melt some of your remaining butter or ghee in a large skillet over medium high heat. Once hot add the onions and saute them until soft, but not mushy. You want them to still have their bite, so don’t let them burn! They will take a while, so just keep checking on them every now and then. When the onions are done, add the garlic and cook for another minute or two. Now add in the ground beef and stir it around to break up any clumps. Season with salt and pepper if needed. Continue cooking until all of the meat is cooked through, stirring occasionally. Next add in your spices (rosemary, cayenne pepper), stir well to combine everything together and remove from heat when ready. To assemble the dish, take a baking sheet and spread the fries on it. Liberally drizzle or brush the melted butter mixture all over it over the fries. Stir or toss to ensure that all of the fries are evenly covered. Add more garlic, salt and pepper if desired and stir again to coat evenly. Spread the seasoned fries in an even layer. Place them in the oven and set your timer for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, take out the fries and using a metal spatula very carefully stir them to ensure that the bottom ones are not getting burnt. Now return to the oven and set the timer for another 15 minutes. After this time is up, using the metal spatula very carefully again, give them one more stir and then place back into the oven for 5-10 minutes. Once you are satisfied with their crispness or hardness remove from the oven and serve immediately!
You didn’t make these fries and they are burning your mouth! You don’t know what to do. You could wait but they might be burned.
You could spit it out really quick or chew slowly to feel the pain. Spit It Out Slowly:
You take your chances by spitting the food out slowly into a napkin or trash can. Unfortunately, the pain isn’t subsiding! You didn’t burn your mouth.
You swallowed the fries and now they’re just hurting your insides. The pain is still very present and you don’t know what to do. You begin to cough uncontrollably. You can’t get the food out so you try drinking a lot of water but that doesn’t help either. Your throat begins to tingle. You’ve gotten yourself into quite the pickle. Your chest is tightening up and your stomach is churning. You run to the restroom and puke your guts out. You puke so much that it drips out your nose. It’s coming out of every opening in your body. The pain is unbearable and you’re not sure how much more you can take. You decide to call it quits by taking a full 24-hour rest.
You end up surviving the night but your body isn’t the same. You have a new phobia of eating. You avoid eating any type of food.
You become a shut-in because the very thought of food makes you want to vomit again. You slowly waste away and eventually die due to malnutrition.
You’ve died by playing a game of survival. If only you hadn’t tried eating that fateful day…
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