I have been making these for years, and I always make lots to freeze! --- The potatoes must be baked firstly, cooled completely then frozen, do not omit the eggs and warm the whipping cream with butter on top of the stove firstly, or the potato filling will not freeze properly and become soggy and soft when reheated --- the amounts listed are for 7 jumbo russet potatoes, if you are making to freeze then you may easily double or triple the amounts, keeping the green onion amount as stated in recipe or you may increase slightly --- the potatoes may be used right away or frozen, directions include method for both --- purchase the jumbo russet potatoes for this.
This is my favorite way to eat potatoes! These are baked, no fat added, and seasoned with very little salt. Great to accompany grilled food or even as an appetizer or snack! Cook/Preparation time does not include time for soaking potatoes in water.
These are soooo good! Do not be afraid of the jalapeno, they do not end up at all spicy. (in fact, I often add more then one!)
You will never go back to boring mashed potatoes again! I got this recipe from allrecipes, and was shocked that it has not been posted here.
Preparing this ahead will save you tons of time in the kitchen, you may make them up to 3 days in advance, use only russet potatoes for this reds will not work the same, you may also add in 1/2 cup half and half cream or milk if desired, also the cheddar cheese is only optional if I am serving it to guests at my holiday table I most always omit and sprinkle a light dusting of paprika on top, or you may add it into the potato mixture if desired, and if you are serving a large crowd you may want to double and bake and serve in two pans ---------- don't wait to make this for the holidays, these are that good I think you will find yourself making them all the time!
A delicious cross between Olive Garden and Little Caesars! It's just a simple pizza dough recipe, brushed with garlic sauce and topped with cheese. Servings note: the 10-12 breadsticks are for long breadsticks, they could easily be cut in half to make twice as many.
If you don't want all the hassle of making yeast bread sticks, then these are really good, and easy to make too! Make certain to use only French bread. Delicious served with soup, stew or your favorite pasta dish. You might want to consider making two loaves, they are that good! Adjust the garlic to suit taste, we love garlic, so I usually use around a tablespoon, and please use only butter, margarine will not bring out the taste. Cooking/broiling time depends on what size you have cut them. I have even made these on the outdoor grill too!