Potato Recipes

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Sweet Potato Fries
Elevate ordinary fries with this delicious grilling recipe that substitutes russet potatoes with sweet potatoes. Healthier than deep frying, the sweet potato fries are seasoned with a sweet and spicy blend of brown sugar, chipotle powder, herbs, and spices. The fries are then grilled until smoky and golden brown. read more
German Potato Salad
German potato salad is sweet and sour, spicy, savory, rich, meaty, and warm all the way down. It's perfect for those chilly fall tailgates. Some folks think that the concept of potato salad originated in Germany, though this version isn't common in Germany, so it most likely was developed by German American immigrants. read more
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Everything a cook needs to know about buying potatoes, storing potatoes, and cleaning potatoes. read more
Salt Potatoes
This delicious salt potatoes recipe is based on this traditional upstate New York side dish. Salt potatoes came about in the 1800s when, legend has it, Irish salt miners made lunch by putting potatoes in baskets and lowered them into the kettles of boiling brine. The spuds were then crowned with gobs of butter. read more
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The recipe for the world's easiest potato salad. read more
Grilled Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Maple Pecan Butter
If your side dishes seem a bit tired, try a new twist with grilled hasselback sweet potatoes. Sliced partially through, the sweet potatoes begin to open up like an accordion, making for a stunning presentation. A flavorful blend of butter, pecans, and maple syrup only amplify the dish for family and guests. read more
Smoked Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple and Sriracha
Sweet maple syrup and spicy sriracha make a fantastic combination in this recipe for smoked and mashed sweet potatoes. Grilled until smoky and tender, the mashed sweet potatoes are combined with butter for richness, maple syrup for sweetness, and just enough Sriracha to bring a touch of heat. It's sweet potato bliss! read more
Moms Potato Salad
Make mom proud with this recipe for the perfect potato salad. No backyard BBQ is complete without potato salad but often times it can be lacking in flavor. The secret to this delicious potato salad recipe is the dressing, a simple blend of mayonnaise and sour cream that perfectly compliments the other ingredients. read more
Baked Potato
Potatoes are a food whose center and skin need separate treatment. We want a soft, moist, fluffy inside, and a dry, crisp skin. read more
Mashed Potatoes
Here's a recipe for making delicious garlic mashed potatoes sweet and mellow with none of that raw garlic harshness. Most mashed potato recipes call for cream, half-and-half, or milk. This recipe is so good and creamy you don't need any cream in the mix or gravy on the table. read more

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