Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Klondike Rose Potatoes & Johnny's Salts Giveaway

It's time for another fun-filled giveaway.
Everyone likes free stuff right?
But this giveaway is extra special....
It's FOOD!
 Klondike brands and Johnny's Fine Foods contacted me with a challenge.
You know how I love a good challenge.
To perform this giveaway I first had to create something using 
Klondike Rose potatoes and Johnny's salts.
This is what I came up with.....
 When I first looked at the bag of potatoes and seen that awesome color of red
and the word Rose, the first thing that came to mind was red wine.
You should always go with your first instinct, right?
Right!
 I chopped up 4 of those gorgeous red potatoes and covered them with red wine.
I know this going to be hard for you, and you will probably shed a tear or two,
but believe me, it's well worth it.
I let the potatoes soak in the wine for 2 hours.
I drained the potatoes, and yes, the wine went down the drain....
DON'T CRY!
There is enough left in the bottle for one glass.
 I arranged the chopped potatoes on a foil lined baking sheet
smeared with olive oil. Kind of toss the veggies in the olive oil to coat.
Along with the potatoes I sliced one red pepper and one medium onion, 
sliced and chopped.
Sprinkle with Johnny's Seasoned Sea Salt.
Place the baking sheet with veggies in a preheated 400 degree oven for
20 minutes, or until potatoes are fork tender.
 This is what they looked like when they were done.
We ended up with an awesome breakfast dinner.
Top the potatoes and peppers with a couple soft cooked eggs,
and you have heaven on a plate....NO JOKE!
The wine taste was fantastic mixed with peppers and onions.
So, since I completed my challenge I can now move on to the giveaway.
Two lucky winners will win this prize package shown below,
courtesy of Klondike Brands and Johnny's Fine Foods.
USA residents only please.
Klondike Brand is also providing a coupon for A'lil Country Sugar readers:
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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10 comments:

  1. I would roast the potatoes with olive oil and kosher salt and serve with roast beef and corn.

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  2. I'm thinking that these items would make a great homemade scalloped potatoes. or twice baked mashed potatoes

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  3. Roast them with olive oil, pepper and sea salt. They would be so, so delicious. Thank you.

    Susan Willard
    swillard@suddenlink.net

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  4. Love the red wine idea! I always love trying new spices, it's so fun finding a new one that you love!

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  5. I would make a delicious potato and ham gratin
    bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

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  6. I would make a twice baked potato casserole!

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  7. I would love to make a breakfast casserole that includes eggs, sausage, Klondike potatoes that are seasoned with Johnny's that is topped with cheese & sprinkled with bacon & cooked in a slow cooker.

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  8. I would cook them on the grill with a good steak and corn on the cob!

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  9. Make a tasty breakfast scramble for the hubby!

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I look forward to and appreciate any comments.
Thank you for stopping by.

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