I worked for KFC for 3 years and coleslaw making was a near daily occurrence. This is the real recipe scaled down to table size. I see lot of recipes claiming to be the real thing but none are. This is the real thing. The sugar amount is not a typo. ***I updated the recipe because I left out the onion
Courtesy of Pioneer Woman, who got the recipe courtesy of Trish! I have made these several times now and the most important thing is to be sure to boil your potatoes all the way so they smash easily. I recently tried them using Golden Baby Dutch potatoes and they were absolutely delicious. Baby Dutch potatoes are super super creamy, so if you don't like that texture, I wouldn't recommend them. They are yummy using red potatoes too. You can't go wrong with this one! I also use olive oil spray on the tops rather than drizzling, just to cut down the fat content.
We had this at a friend's house on Saturday - it is awesome! And, apparently very easy to make. As I have not yet prepared it myself, I am not sure of the exact cooking time. I can't wait until asparagus is back in season again.
One of my favorite side dishes when I was doing low carb. This is something we still enjoy. This recipe is very versitale. I have used bacon bits instead of bacon, added some butter and sour cream. Let your imagination go wild. This also freezes nicely and is easily doubled.
The recipe has been handed down at least three generations
and it always gets oohs and aahs from my family when I decide to make it.
I either serve it with steak or ham chops. Be careful when cooking the potatoes as they sometimes pop right out of the skillet. One of those screen
covers would work really well.
These potatoes are a staple in our home. Whether accompanying roast lamb or chicken, or just on their own, we have them a couple of times a week. They are delicious and the ones that get overly-brown in the pan and stick a bit are MINE! Clean up is a little tricky with this recipe, unless you line your pans with foil, but I find that just filling the pan up with hot, sudsy water and forgetting for an hour (something I apparently have no problem doing ;-)) helps a lot.
This is the BEST way to eat a sweet potato. We have baked sweet potatoes with our steaks instead of Idaho potatoes. It's a nice complement to chicken and beef - or any other meat that I can think of! This can also be made on the grill or tossed in the coals if you are camping!
Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com I found this recipe in a Top Secret Restaurant Recipes book I purchased for my cookbook swap partner. This recipe is a tasty low carb alternative to mashed potatoes. The spices and creme give this a delicious taste, texture and appearance. I don't go to Ruby Tuesday often but when I do, I always order Mashed Cauliflower if it's available!
Years ago, one of the first meals I served my newlywed son and wife included this gratin. It's delicious without a lot of extra fat. There are some similar potato gratin recipes here, but none exactly the same. This is the one I know and love, the original, published by Martha Stewart in 1994.
As the potatoes cook, the balsamic vinegar caramelizes making the potatoes sticky and mouthwatering. Roasted chicken would be a perfect accompaniment to these delicious roasted potatoes. I have served mine with steak and they are to die for. Super easy. The recipe is from www.littlepotatoes.com which was on the bag of potatoes I bought.