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    Behold the magic and power of Potatoes! Photo by ~Rita~.
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    "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.

    Recipe #496261

    From noveleats.com which they adapted from a recipe found on Allrecipes.com. I played around with the recipe, too. Tabasco brand Chipotle sauce is a convenient substitute for chiles in adobo.

    Recipe #489950

    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...?

    Recipe #485303

    Recipe from a local source. FRESH basil *only*!

    Recipe #482773

    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.

    Recipe #450957

    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!

    Recipe #450000

    28 Reviews |  By Ninna

    Taken from Chef Jill Dupleix's recipe online.

    Recipe #175034

    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.

    Recipe #446144

    10 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Another healthy recipe from the CA Department of Public Health.

    Recipe #433203

    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!

    Recipe #434747

    A dish for those who love strong flavors--- absolutely wonderful with herbed roast chicken or pork dishes. Posted for Zaar World Tour VI. Excerpt from the book "Flavors of Greece" by Rosemary Barron.

    Recipe #423665

    These are absolutely delicious, and easy to prepare!

    Recipe #90822

    Found on asiarecipe.com. Adapted, spruced up, cleaned up...

    Recipe #420971

    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.

    Recipe #420505

    12 Reviews |  By Mirj

    The lighter side of potato salad, very light and easy on the waistline.

    Recipe #19299

    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!

    Recipe #203253

    Found in an old recipe file. Source unknown. If you desire a less pronounced onion flavor, substitute shallots for the red onion.

    Recipe #415992

    Browned butter, shallots, sage and potatoes. Euphoria! Serving size and times are estimated.

    Recipe #364520

    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.

    Recipe #380165

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