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    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    With the right kind of potatoes, these are the best in the world. I've been known to make myself a plate of "Astrid" (type of tater) roast potatoes and just have that for dinner. But then, I'm not strong on self-discipline.

    Recipe #176382

    A nice change of pace from "regular" fries. I like dipping them in sour cream or eating them plain.

    Recipe #98439

    In the recipe for "Potatoes Anna", I have always been unsure who "Anna" was. I now have the answer.......Browsing through Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. 2; I found this historical note about Pommes Anna: "It was created during the era of Napoleon III and named, as were many culinary triumphs in those days, after one of the grandes cocottes of the period. Whether it was an Anna Deslions, an Anna Judic, or simply Anna Untel, she has also immortalized the special double baking dish itself, la cocotte a pommes Anna, which is still made and which you can still buy at a fancy price". Sounds like a mandatory piece of kitchenware for all dedicated chefs and cooks to me!! This simple recipe is all in the preparation and presentation, and the use of very, very thinly sliced potatoes, that's the key to success. Since the dish is inverted, it is important that the first layer of potatoes be attractively arranged. Select perfect slices, and overlap them carefully. It is best cooked in a copper or cast iron omelette pan. If you don't have an "omelette pan" which is ovenproof, use a deep pie plate. Keep in mind the final shape makes the presentation. A watercress or parsley garnish adds colour. Serve warm and cut into wedges, like a cake or quiche.

    Recipe #248469

    58 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Betcha can't eat just one!

    Recipe #13526

    95 Reviews |  By Kimke

    This is our version for Thanksgiving. Wonderful fresh taste! Not for those who want a marshmallow covered sweet potato! Recipe can be double but you must allow for more cooking time.

    Recipe #74982

    Translated from French to English, it means "Grandmother's potatoes". It's a very nice potato dish that's good with just about any meat. I like to sprinkle some fresh parsley over the top just before serving; basil or oregano is also nice. Servings will vary, as the size of potatoes will differ; cooking times may vary for the same reason. Check at 45 minutes.

    Recipe #248546

    I don't know where this recipe originated, but it has been an old stand by on my mom's dinner party tables for years. It actually bakes up to look quite impressive. Please don't try to substitute fresh mashed potatoes (believe me I have tried) the instant box stuff provides the perfect texture.

    Recipe #24217

    We like sweet potatoes a lot, and don't wait for a holiday to fix these.

    Recipe #41541

    219 Reviews |  By Marie

    As good as fried and more healthy to boot!

    Recipe #74730

    These are the BEST mashed potatoes EVER! And they are so user-friendly because you can make them the night before. I never take these anywhere without people begging me for the recipe. Once you make these, you will never want to make them any other way. Also great in twice-baked potatoes. And, if you need really easy, buy pre-cooked mashed potatoes, add from these ingredients, stir, and re-heat in microwave. Tastes almost as good as home-made! My favorite way to cook these are in the crockpot! EDIT: Please note that I have always cooked these in the crockpot and have never baked them; I have gotten new feedback that they taste FAR BETTER if cooked in the crockpot, so this is now my only recommendation for cooking source.

    Recipe #81902

    This is my version of the delicious potatoes we get at one of our local restaurants. I do like these crunchy skins! This is traditional with meat loaf at our house.

    Recipe #66093

    Easy and good. Feel free to add any ingredients or spice that you like. I like to make extras, freeze wrapped in foil and add the cheeses later when potatoes are thawed and reheated.

    Recipe #25502

    28 Reviews |  By Ninna

    Taken from Chef Jill Dupleix's recipe online.

    Recipe #175034

    This delicious casserole hasn't been compromised by garlic and some other seasonings to detract from the traditional southern flavor, or gunked up with cheese to turn it into a gratin or doria. We enjoy this authentic southern dish year-round, so good in its creamy simplicity and subtle flavors. My family always expects it for Christmas dinner alongside the ham and cranberry chutney. Be your own judge regarding measurements. I learned from my grandmother and she never measured, so I've learned to guestimate on many of my recipes. NOTE: This dish can easily be frozen after baking, then thawed out and reheated. I do not recommend freezing without baking first, since potatoes will sometimes get mushy if frozen uncooked. I personally do not like a tin baking pan for this particular recipe, especially for freezing, since it can sometimes impart a "tinny" taste. Also, if this recipe is baked in a glass baking dish and then frozen, the glass will shatter if not at room temperature. So, if freezing in a glass baking dish, I recommend baking and freezing in Corning Ware since it will not break.

    Recipe #60160

    I got this from my mother-in-law , who is a SUPERB cook.I always look forward to getting recipes from her.These potatoes are ALWAYS a HUGE hit when I make them!

    Recipe #19164

    I used to microwave baked potatoes for about half the cooking time and finish them off in the toaster oven. My better half said they had steamed taste-not like real baked. I found this recipe in one of the many cooking magazines that I subscribe to (not sure which one).

    Recipe #39886

    I make this all summer long. We have to have this anytime we grill or BBQ which is often. Never, never any left-over.

    Recipe #25768

    29 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great way to use left over potatoes. Every Christmas Eve we had perogies. They do go fast so we'd fight over them. The fillings are unlimited. Cabbage, Cheese, Fruit, mushrooms, sauerkraut or check out my Recipe #146547 FYI: add a touch of herbs to one dough and paprika, curry, cinnamon to another when making a couple different fillings so you can tell which is which. Just do complement the fillings!

    Recipe #48587

    16 Reviews |  By Bev

    Oven roasting sweet potatoes actually brings out the natural sweetness. Sweet Potatoes are naturally rich in potassium. I found this recipe at Eating Well Magazine.

    Recipe #207082

    My grandson who is 4 loves these and so does everyone else.. If you stir a little chipotle paste into some mayonaise you get a nice spicy dipping sauce, although GS prefers them plain. We have had a of trouble getting variety into his diet and this is one of my successes. You can experiment with the spice ratios depending on your taste.

    Recipe #363004

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