I saw Melissa make these on the Next Food Network Star show and wanted to try these for my family. Quicker baking time with the smaller portions. NOTE: I layered the potatoes, cheese, seasonings and onion several times and cooked it closer to an hour in my oven.
Not your ordinary potato salad. This recipe is served warm or at room temperature, like a German Potato salad is served. Very versitile because it can be served for a picnic in the summer sun though it's hearty enough for a dinner in the dead of winter as a one dish meal or along side of a green salad or veggie and warm crusty bread. It's very yummy indeed! Courtesy of the Deen Bros. cookbook "Y'all Come Eat".
Very easy and a quickly cooked side dish made in the crock pot: dump and go. Serve these at breakfast or as a side dish at dinner; or double the recipe and eat for dinner and serve as leftovers with tomorrow mornings breakfast. This recipe worked out great for me because I had to use up some hash brown patties; the standard ingredient usually called for in this dish is the hash browned potatoes. This recipe is courtesy of "Fix It and Forget It" crock pot cookbook.
We went south for Thanksgiving this year and this was served at dinner. This is baked and served right in a cast iron skillet; you can use a 12 or 15 inch cast iron skillet. Scrumptious; it's a side dish and dessert all in one! Prep time does not include the cooking and mashing of the sweet potatoes.
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!
I know there is a debate as to what constitutes "real" German potato salad. All I know is that this is TOO tasty! For those of you who shy away from German Potato salad because it is too vinegary, try this. It has converted MANY people as the balance is darn near perfect. Prep time does not include boiling the potatoes.
Very easy, very little prep. I use to buy a product made by Lipton, which came in a bottle and you poured it over your diced potatoes and baked/grilled the dish. They have since discontinued the product, so I have found this to be the next best thing.
This is courtesy of the Hidden Valley Original Ranch Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix Contest hosted at our local fair last week. This was the first place winning recipe. With the holidays around the corner, I thought it was a perfect time to post. This is always a huge hit and I always get asked for the recipe....it is sooo easy and very flavorful; you don't really need gravy over these potatoes. When I double this for a larger crowd, this fits nicely in a 13x9 casserole dish.
These sliced potatoes are so very simple to make and extremely tasty. This recipe originated with my Russian grandmother over 100 years ago, however, they baked them in an outside oven as they did not have the modern facilities of today.