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    This is a wonderful recipe. its a kid and adult pleaser. Crispy on the outside and nice and soft on the inside. Every one at the table fights over these when i make them. I've had sweet potatoes fries at restaurants several times. but i tried to come up with a baked/roasted version... reduce the fat increase the taste. I like to cut up the potatoes length wise... so my fries are nice and long. also i like them to be about a 1/3 of an inch thick.

    Recipe #364250

    Edith Gump has been a close friend of mine since kindergarten. She used to eat the dirt that I handed her in the sandbox and now her kids eat dirt, too. I guess that sort of thing runs in the genes. Anyway- Edith and I were given the same basic potato salad recipe in Home Economics in High School and together we have tweaked and rewritten this countless times. This is the result of our collaborations and many years of name calling and face scratching.

    Recipe #130557

    I wanted to roast shallots the other day and found this recipe on the back of the package. I'm so glad I tried it, it smells wonderful too! We had it with roast chicken, but I'm sure it would go equally well with roast lamb or beef.

    Recipe #135496

    This is my favourite potato recipe of all time. It makes the perfect accompaniment to a roast or any other meat dish. Traditional recipes for this take 1 1/2 - 2 hours to cook, so I start mine off in the microwave. Some recipes are very rich, calling for all cream plus butter and cheese on the top. I've found this version - even when made with low fat ingredients - tastes wonderfully creamy but not too rich with no compromise on flavour. One of the best things about Potatoes Dauphinoise is that if there's any left over it keeps well in the fridge for several days and it reheats beautifully in the microwave (unlike roast potatoes which can taste a bit floury when reheated). I've also frozen it, defrosted it in the fridge during the day, then reheated it in the oven for dinner. Try it - I know you'll love it!

    Recipe #84051

    5 Reviews |  By Junebug

    These are easy to cook and assemble and can be frozen to be used as needed. I use large potatoes, so 1/2 stuffed potato shell is one serving.

    Recipe #152174

    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

    I love potatoes and I love asiago cheese, put the two together and YUM! I got this recipe from the local newspaper the TNT. It was a big hit with my friends and family.

    Recipe #113094

    These are the BEST mashed potatoes EVER! And they are so user-friendly because you can make them the night before. I never take these anywhere without people begging me for the recipe. Once you make these, you will never want to make them any other way. Also great in twice-baked potatoes. And, if you need really easy, buy pre-cooked mashed potatoes, add from these ingredients, stir, and re-heat in microwave. Tastes almost as good as home-made! My favorite way to cook these are in the crockpot! EDIT: Please note that I have always cooked these in the crockpot and have never baked them; I have gotten new feedback that they taste FAR BETTER if cooked in the crockpot, so this is now my only recommendation for cooking source.

    Recipe #81902

    Pure indulgence & total comfort food! Melted Camembert cheese baked au gratin with potatoes, bacon, onions, wine & creme fraiche! This is my own adaptation of a recipe called Tartiflette; an Alpine Savoy dish which uses Reblochon cheese which I find a bit overpowering in flavour, so I made my own recipe up using Camembert and cutting out butter and full fat cream too! This is a truly lovely meal which is served with crisp green salad and a selection of charcuterie - such as salamis, sausages, pates & terrines. Bring the Poele, the little cooking pot to the table, have everything set out, add some wine & invite friends and family over.......... oh, and don't forget to light the log fire too!

    Recipe #195114

    Wait till you try this recipe! OMG! You can buy small bottles of white truffle oil for (ahem) not that much money, well considering how much money truffles cost! The flavor is TDF! This is NOT mashed potatoes! This is creamy, silky, warm, earthy decadent! Nice with a great thick steak and a bottle of Syrah! Servings are for two, this can be doubled-- Oh Feb 2003 Bon Appetit

    Recipe #132429

    4 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    I adopted this recipe. The sauteed fennel and onion are a wonderful blend of flavors with the Gruyere cheese and potatoes. This is true comfort food stepped up a notch.

    Recipe #75679

    37 Reviews |  By Bev

    Herbs de Provence is a specific combination generally consisting of rosemary, thyme, basil, savory, chervil, mint, marjoram, oregano, and sometimes lavender. If you do not have some on hand, simply use dried rosemary; it's a safe bet. Try to buy new potatoes that are 1 1/2" in diameter for this dish. If they are much bigger, cut in half before boiling. From The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen.

    Recipe #59916

    Potatoes layered with garlic butter, onion slices and Parmesan and baked until crisp on top, tender underneath. This is the best Pommes Anna I've ever had. It takes a little time to put together but the results are well worth it. Please don't try to lower the amounts of butter or cheese in this dish, it's supposed to be decadent. I make this in a white quiche plate with fluted edges and it is very beautiful and impressive. From Flavors, a San Antonio Junior League cookbook, credited to Mrs. Edgar M. Duncan (Linda Wyatt)

    Recipe #115381

    This is a make-do recipe that I came up with after finding my pastry tube mysteriously gone. Since I couldn't pipe the potatoes as usual, I had to do something else. Voila, a very attractive side dish and easy to make.They are cooked as for a custard to make sure they do not dry out and they will puff much nicer with the moisture in the oven. I would also put in onion puree and perhaps minced chives for more color and flavor. Using a food processor to mix everything makes the whole process much easier and I like the consistency of the taters better. Since this is so basic, almost any savory seasoning can be used, depending on what your main course will be.

    Recipe #157937

    I got this recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks called More Kitchen Keepsakes. This is suppose to be a side dish to steak but we make it a main meal and serve a tossed salad with it. preparation time not included.

    Recipe #87649

    On a rare occasion we have leftover mashed potatoes. Using recipe #27361 (the BEST), I added a modern twist to my mom's old Southern recipe. Increase or decrease onion, garlic, hot sauce, and S&P as to your preference. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. Bet you can't eat just one!

    Recipe #136012

    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!

    Recipe #84104

    My husband BEGS me to make these constantly! They are so good, my whole family eats them up. There are NEVER any leftovers! Prep time includes baking potatoes the first time. Not the healthiest recipe, so I only make them 4 or 5 times a year.

    Recipe #35720

    Wonderful French Dish! A different way to serve potatoes that my whole family just loves. Enjoy!

    Recipe #135116

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