"What can go wrong with a dish that incorporates potatoes, chicken broth, a bit of cream, shredded Jarlsberg cheese and fresh spinach? It’s a perfect dinner option for midwinter." Local recipe. The test recipe was cut in half. Cinnamon, cardamom or ground allspice can replace the nutmeg if desired.
My niece and I joined forced to duplicate our copycat version of this mashed potato recipe served at ¿Què Pasa? restaurant in Portland, Oregon. *Reminder that all the ingredients listed below are estimated.* A little bit of fresh minced cilantro was delicious on top as a garnish but I don't remember if they used that in the restaurant...?
Printed on the back of a box of Trader Joe's brand Free Range Chicken Broth. I don't make bold claims with recipes stating they are "the best..." but I liked the name. Furthermore, I enjoy posting Trader Joe recipes especially for folks who don't have a store in their city or those living abroad. Vegan-friendly merely by replacing the chicken broth with vegetable broth. The chives are optional.
Found on the blog rhrecipes.com. Psst-you could "sneak" in a small parsnip or two for added nutrition and the kiddos would never suspect. My two gold coins worth. No green dye was used in the preparation of this recipe-lucky you! Please *NOTE*: the food.com site is not working properly and I have been unable to add this ingredient to the list: 4 tablespoons sour cream (or substitute plain yogurt, creme fraiche, [soy] mayonnaise, cream cheese, etc.) A sprinkle of fresh or dried parsley either mixed into the potatoes or garnished on top would make a nice final touch and maintain the spirit of the green theme!
I changed a few things. The size of the potatoes used were all of uniform size and no larger than a walnut in its shell. Once cooked, the potatoes were sliced in half, too. From tastefulselections.com.
My copycat version of a potato salad from a local source-from the chef himself! Reminder: because this is a copycat recipe, all amounts of ingredients were estimated. For example, I am judicious with the amount of mayonnaise and you can most certainly add more. Use quality ingredients. Easy!
Local recipe. Quality ingredients, please! Celebrate in style and set off your own culinary fireworks this 4th of July! Please-if possible use the best radishes you can get either from your own garden or local farmer's market.
Exactly as the title says, these are cooked in a muffin or Yorkshire pudding tin! They are a brilliant way to use up leftover potatoes & are so good that it's worth baking or boiling up some potatoes specially!! I use these all the time in our Chambres d'Hotes - it's easy to work out the portions and they freeze beautifully. There is also NO burnt mess in your gratin dishes! That's not to say I never make traditional Gratin Dauphinoise, because I do - but these are a great standby, use up leftover potatoes and look very elegant when served!
Made with petite new potatoes, crisp red apple, and fresh garden herbs! A lovely alternative to regular potato salad, with the addition of tarragon and lovage! Lovage is a wonderful old-fashioned herb, very similar to celery, but a little stronger in taste and with a hint of anise -- a new addition to my herb garden and it is quickly becoming one of my favorites! You may substitute celery for the lovage, if you wish.