Originally Posted by jkath
This I don't have but I have helped make it so here goes
basically get an assortment of root veggies (carrots, parsnip, celery, sweet potato, turnip, onions... whatever really just get a variety for color.)
Cut the veggies into small sticks of even size probably not bigger than 1/4" (this part is the work... and usually involves some unskilled labor AKA me, dad, brother... whatever soul dares wander in the kitchen)
Toss in a mixing bowl with olive oil, s&p some herbs (this I am unsure of maybe Herbs De Provance... whatever taste you want I guess but not too strong... (left to my own devices I would probably use curry powder of something but that would cause a revolution on the homefront.)
Spread thin on a (lightly oiled? or non stick) baking sheet and in the oven (not sure temp I would think 350-375) until done... they should be just getting crispy on the outside but still pliable not approaching the chip category.
Place in dish and serve... I think you can warm these fairly successfully if made a bit in advance but are better if freshly out of the oven.
They are very pretty and colorful in a serving dish looking sort of confetti like and seem to be well received by the fussy eater crowd.... my brother who eats almost NOTHING likes them.
I think it is a TV recipe but I have no idea where it came from