1. Cut the rest of the leek from the white and light green part, which you will use. 2. Slice the lovely little thing lengthwise and gently fan the layers apart, admiring their delicate beauty and possibly running them under gentle water if you see any dirt wedged in between the layers.
3. Arrange them in a small baking dish and drizzle with olive oil and a little salt 4. Cover them with foil and bake at 375 until they're soft and creamy and yummy! This will make your kitchen smell good, too! It might take 20-40 minutes...i don't really remember...you'll know when they're tender, it's time to EAT THEM!!!!!
hi, i'm catie.
when i started this blog, my 3 kids were five-ten-fifteen.
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