I was looking for a way to cook extra Rutabagas this morning, and here's the link I found:
And then this is what I did!
Thin 1/4" strips work best, and I made mine really spicy! I tossed the strips in a bowl with a bit of olive oil to coat them, then layered them on a cookie sheet and drenched them with...
Onion Powder: White and Green Onions with Parsley
Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning
Also used butter flavor spray to get the seasonings to stick.
I baked mine longer than 20 minutes so that they would be soft like fries. Well, I like soft fries! lol
PS. I just ate a couple with ketchup, and I could hardly tell the difference in a french fry.
And...I bet they'd be good with cinnamon and sugar/truvia. Without the ketchup of course.
Ah, why am I not surprised? Here's a recipe for Maple Cinnamon Roasted Rutabaga fries.