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    The Popular Potato!

    Family favorites and recipes I can't wait to try! Cover photo by NcMysteryShopper for Mashed Potatoes
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    A very hearty, tasty supper. This is very easy to make and a real pleaser.

    Recipe #34688

    From the Prince Edward Island Potato Board, a lovely Canadian version of Hasselback potatoes.

    Recipe #173575

    Serve this as an impressive starter or a light main meal - it has an unsusual combination of cheese, ham and potatoes. Soufflés are easy to make - honestly! The only real criteria is that they are served immediately and that the bowl used for whisking the egg whites is oil and grease free.....but even that is not that essential. I sometimes add bacon instead of the ham - just brown and crisp it up first, and then crumble it before adding.

    Recipe #233637

    Great side dish for any meat dinner; can be served with your Easter ham, is a great substitute for the ordinary baked potato at your summer BBQ or can be served with any other dinner, anytime.

    Recipe #15828

    21 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from The New American Diet Cookbook with some changes by me. The secret here is to soak the potatoes in ice water for 10 to 15 minutes while the oven is preheating.

    Recipe #250232

    In the recipe for "Potatoes Anna", I have always been unsure who "Anna" was. I now have the answer.......Browsing through Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. 2; I found this historical note about Pommes Anna: "It was created during the era of Napoleon III and named, as were many culinary triumphs in those days, after one of the grandes cocottes of the period. Whether it was an Anna Deslions, an Anna Judic, or simply Anna Untel, she has also immortalized the special double baking dish itself, la cocotte a pommes Anna, which is still made and which you can still buy at a fancy price". Sounds like a mandatory piece of kitchenware for all dedicated chefs and cooks to me!! This simple recipe is all in the preparation and presentation, and the use of very, very thinly sliced potatoes, that's the key to success. Since the dish is inverted, it is important that the first layer of potatoes be attractively arranged. Select perfect slices, and overlap them carefully. It is best cooked in a copper or cast iron omelette pan. If you don't have an "omelette pan" which is ovenproof, use a deep pie plate. Keep in mind the final shape makes the presentation. A watercress or parsley garnish adds colour. Serve warm and cut into wedges, like a cake or quiche.

    Recipe #248469

    6 Reviews |  By Lazarus

    I got this recipe off the Food Network from Giada De Laurentis. Excellent accompaniment to any meat dish, and so simple!

    Recipe #237965

    We used to have these "camp fire" potatoes as an accompaniment to Recipe #209447 when we went camping. Today, however, mom and I have both given up camping, and make these yummy potatoes in the oven! (Although, I highly recommend that you grill the Korean Beef!)

    Recipe #241049

    Sprinkle on more cheese as soon as the muffins are pulled from the oven so it can melt. Feel free to get creative and add French fried onions or diced tomatoes, etc. to this recipe.

    Recipe #249190

    An unconventional stuffed potato recipe. This one is good for you and great tasting!

    Recipe #258112

    This burrito makes a satisfying and comforting breakfast. I often make extra mashed potatoes just to have this burrito the next morning.

    Recipe #258113

    I was craving nachos last night but my daughter had already baked some potatoes. This recipe is a delicious combo of both stuffed baked potato and nachos.

    Recipe #258124

    Julia Child Rules!!! "Gratin Jurassien" Named for the Juras region in Switzerland. A mainly Francophone region in the Jura mountains that border France. Use more cheese if you want to, it won't hurt, especially on the top of the casserole. This is filling and rich and goes wonderfully with beef, pork, lamb, pretty much anything. It also freezes and reheats nicely. You can also saute pearl onions in butter and put them in amongst the potatoes and cheese. An afterthought: try to get waxy potatoes, like reds or golds, to make sure that the slices don't turn to mush when absorbing the cream. (and that should be emmenthal cheese, but I can't get it to correct. Sorry.)

    Recipe #205210

    This is mouth watering, make you glow-in-the-dark hot. If you don't want such a spicy dish, pick chiles marked "mild", but it just won't be the same! This is very traditional for the winter and Christmas season in American Hispanic communities.

    Recipe #24323

    Easy potato dish that's real comfort food! Simple and rich, made fresh at home with common pantry ingredients. Never buy a box of Betty Crockers Scalloped Potatoes again! Easy to halve the measurements to make a 4 serving size.

    Recipe #70329

    12 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These potatoes are a treat! I like them with chicken or burgers. Substitute peeled sweet Potatoes and follow the same recipe. I use my baking stone (covered with a piece of parchment paper). It seems to give a special crunch to the potatoes I say it serves 4 but if you love potatoes it may only serve 2

    Recipe #80095

    This is a great Crock-Pot recipe for beef stew.

    Recipe #8531

    This is a recipe in my Fannie Farmer cookbook that I just recently found and tried. I didn't know that scalloped potatoes was such a simple dish to make.

    Recipe #15038

    A thick and hearty cabbage/potato soup which is just perfect for those cold winter nights.

    Recipe #34601

    Recipe #16377

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