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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 new favorite for the grill -- serve with grilled steaks and veggies.

    Recipe #174900

    A traditional Irish dish. This dish may also be made in a crock pot.

    Recipe #20597

    This is a traditional and deliciously rich French dish. It goes with many things but serve it with steak for a real treat. The original recipe called for full-fat creme fraiche or double cream but I have since taken to making this with a half-fat creme fraiche and it's still wonderfully rich. I have also done this successfully with 200ml creme fraiche and 100ml milk.

    Recipe #55218

    Posted for Zaar 2005 World Tour. This comes from a cookbook of countries along the Danube. The recipe is from Germany. I have not tried this recipe yet. Update: Just tried this the other night. The potatoes have a really nice texture! I could see adding garlic or more onion if you want. I recommend sprinkling the salt more evenly over the potatoes instead of combining it with the butter, but otherwise it's very tasty!

    Recipe #134023

    A spicy full flavored version of roasted baby potatoes. I adopted this from the Recipezaar account and I am the very happy new owner of such a winner :) Now that I have made it several times myself, I totally agree with reviewers recomendations to add carrots to this too. I have also added cubed sweet potato, but be aware that they will be fairly soft, rather than crunchy like the potatoes. A firm favourite in our home from now on ! Enjoy :) Oven time depends on how much you are making.. mine took 45 minutes for the potatoes to be nice and crunchy. It serves 4 at our place... 6 would be fighting each other for the biggest serving LOL.

    Recipe #26389

    These are a lot more interesting than plain roasted or jacket potatoes. They're perfect to serve with a roast and easy to do. As the potatoes cook the slices fan out so, as well as tasting great, they look pretty too!

    Recipe #84104

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These potatoes come out nice and brown and crispy. Even if there is 1/4 cup of oil it's less than deep frying! You don't have to peel the potatoes, in fact, I only scrub them throughly before slicing them

    Recipe #10280

    My favorite way to have potatoes. It works the best to do the first step (microwaving the potatoes) earlier in the day.

    Recipe #98170

    A different side dish to go with your Asian meal. These potatoes are spiced with wasabi horseradish. And yes, you will definitely be able to taste it, so you may want to add the wasabi little by little to your taste.

    Recipe #95896

    Horseradish potatoes to be served with Recipe #63145 and Recipe #63147. Recipe extracted from Winter, 1988, Epicure supplement of Toronto Life Magazine.

    Recipe #63146

    48 Reviews |  By Derf

    These potatoes are good with anything but especially good with seafood. First had them at a friend's dinner party, served with dilled salmon, and of course had to have the recipe.

    Recipe #11930

    For centuries, this traditional southern Irish potato has remained popular. Studded with Chopped cabbage and onion, its absolutely irresistible.

    Recipe #44013

    2 Reviews |  By annbb

    This is a fantastic and different way to roast potatoes. It's great with grilled or roasted chicken and was featured in Martha Stewart Living with trout. From Martha's magazine: "Oregano is Greek for "joy of the mountain." Greek oregano has a more mild flavor than the Mexican variety usually found in the spice aisle of your supermarket. Look for Greek oregano at Italian or Greek markets." (Or you can order it from www.penzeys.com, a wonderful herb and spice shop.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #56257

    These are excellent for brunch. Try this as a side dish...serve these pancakes topped with carmelized onions! Wicked good..

    Recipe #26215

    Just a few words before I post my recipe: This is one of the best recipe sites I've found on the web and I've looked at dozens over the past 16 years. When I posted my 1st recipe, Blue Mill Tavern Loosemeat Sandwiches, last March, I never expected the response it got (36 reviews!). It's extremely gratifying to know by just sharing a recipe I've been able to give joy to others. Thanks to all of you who have written me and those who've posted a review. It's heartening to know so many of you are trying new things. I've been cooking all my life-I live to cook and cook to live. I feel like I've found some kindred spirits here. Here's another family favorite via my SIL in northern Minnesota. It's been enjoyed by dozens of hungry eaters at my table. If you're looking for low-fat, low-carb, keep on looking cuz this isn't it. This is sinfully delicious, to be savored, not regretted. Consider yourselves forewarned:-) It goes especially well with BBQ ribs, baked ham, dutch oven chicken and is terrific with fresh fried walleyed pike but you try it with whatever you like. It also makes a large amount so it works well for a family gathering or a holiday meal. This dish will not only really please your husband, it will pass muster with the toughest mother-in-law:-) Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #92043

    Southern Living; family favorite

    Recipe #25446

    From another of my favorite junior league cookbooks, "Creme de Colorado", a great addition to holiday meals, or alongside a thick steak. If you don't have time to bake the potatoes and cool overnight, then boil potatoes with skins left on and cool in fridge. For a slightly "powdery" texture, use Idaho potatoes, for a more creamy one, use Yukon Gold.

    Recipe #106327

    6 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Delicious for breakfast, brunch, or with a homestyle dinner. Cook your potatoes ahead to save time in the morning.

    Recipe #108416

    32 Reviews |  By LaLa

    Made in my house for every family gathering and holiday. Possibly the most delicious thing you'll EVER eat--even if you don't like yams, which I don't.

    Recipe #27774

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