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    You Say PotAYto, I Say PotAHto

    These are recipes that I've found here on Zaar that sound like yummy ways to fix potatoes as a side dish for dinner. I'm keeping them all here for safe keeping and hope to try them all someday!
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    This is easy but the potatoes will need a few hours or overnight soaked in cold water, the garlic powder and seasoned salt may be adjusted to taste, I have left the cayenne as optional I like to add it in for a little heat, if you are not a garlic-lover then omit the garlic powder --- throw in some chopped green onions the last few minutes of cooking if desired :)

    Recipe #314205

    My sister made this recipe for my birthday dinner and they were absolutely fabulous!

    Recipe #306816

    This dish is on a regular rotation at my house, its a huge favorite! I have made the sauce using only white cheddar and that is really good also!

    Recipe #212248

    An elegant side dish served in the finest New York and Boston Hotels/Restaurants in the 1920s and '30s. It's a bit of work but it's not difficult if you follow the instructions and the result is certainly worth the effort. If ever there was a recipe "from scratch," this is it - thus, it's a great recipe on which one can begin building real cooking skills. The genesis of this dish comes from "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cook Book". Definitely not for dieters! It's my favorite side dish with poultry and/or pork.

    Recipe #166874

    30 Reviews |  By Geema

    I developed this recipe to lure my kids into eating spinach. It worked! Spinach in almost any form is one of their favorite veggies. Big "kids" enjoy these rich, filling potatoes as well, and I often make them for dinner parties. I haven't tried freezing them, but I imagine you could make a batch and stick them in the freezer to keep for another day.

    Recipe #49394

    This is a great way to have baked potatoes ready when you come home. I own two crock pots. In one I have my meat and the other I have a vegetable, some type of side or dessert. You can create a whole meal in a crock pot.

    Recipe #53182

    I know there are a lot of these, but I do make them a little different. Everyone always asks what I put in them! So here's how I make them. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #148523

    15 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From the October 1996 Cooking Light, these easy potatoes are a family favorite.

    Recipe #254741

    My mom found this recipe in one of her Taste of Home annual cookbooks a few years ago and it has become a family favorite for the holidays ever since.

    Recipe #260664

    This is the way my MIL makes her hash brown casserole. It is certainly similar to most but I have found that it is hands down the absolute best. She always warned me not to stray from the specified ingredients and I must confess that I did and I hate to admit, she was right. This recipe is a favorite of both mine and dh's family gatherings.

    Recipe #114759

    I don't know if this is Cracker Barrel's actual hash browns casserole recipe, but it is close. This recipe can feed a large crowd and is good for a brunch.

    Recipe #15242

    Our Aunt Mary Jane made these potatoes at a family reunion back in '76 and they have been a family staple ever since! They go great with anything, and are so easy! I recommend any waxy potato, as russets etc. tend to be too dry.

    Recipe #130408

    This may be served hot as a casserole or reduce the melted butter amount down to 2 tablespoons and serve as a cold potato salad, either way it's delicious! --- If you are serving hot as a casserole I strongly recommend to have the potatoes cooled to room temperature before using in this recipe or use cold potatoes that have been cooked a day ahead, I have even made this using about 5 cups of thawed frozen hash browns, the complete casserole may be assembled and refrigerated for up to 2 days ahead before baking although it's so delicious cold it might not even make it to the oven, and also makes a large amount which makes this *perfect* dish for potlucks --- if you are baking as a casserole use only mayonnaise such as Hellman's using salad dressing will not be as good.

    Recipe #65643

    Here's a great scalloped potato recipe that's so easy and absolutely delicious. The leftovers are just as good, maybe even better, the next day. This is one of my favorite and most prepared recipes, from my 1971 Florence Junior Welfare League cookbook.

    Recipe #85629

    I know there are alot of potato wedge recipes on here, but this one is different. It might seem a bit more trouble to put together than the others, but trust me...it's well worth the effort. What you end up with is meltingly tender potatoes with crisply browned edges. Yumm!!

    Recipe #193625

    7 Reviews |  By Junebug

    These are fast, easy and add a little different taste to your ordinary mashed potatoes. I just estimated amounts here so just taste it as you make it to adjust to your own liking.

    Recipe #69225

    These are an awesome partner to roast beef or a juicy steak!

    Recipe #61682

    6 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Just pop them in the oven! No last minute preparation or dirty pans. To save time you can reheat the potatoes in a microwave. Cook on High 15-20 minutes stirring 3 times. Cooking time includes reheating.

    Recipe #71649

    My parents worked on a Cracker Barrel training video (which they use to train the chefs) and got this recipe a few years ago. Cracker Barrel's recipe seems to have changed a bit over these few years but not for the best. This is their recipe though and has become a family favorite. We usually have it now for Easter and Thanksgiving and its also great for a brunch. Happy Cooking!

    Recipe #70239

    Even though is low fat, you could still use lowfat buttermilk also.

    Recipe #7910

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