These Indian potatoes are so flavorful and exotic. Although I couldn’t find every ingredient, I was able to research excellent substitutions. We enjoyed this dish with some naan bread or as a side to accompany grilled chicken. So yummy!
I got this recipe from a friend’s mom a long long time ago. You know what that means? It’s good! The rich taste will immediately evoke thoughts of cooler temperatures and fall leaves. I make this for Thanksgiving, but it’s super delicious with pork chops, too. The streusel crumble on top is money!!
This recipe is from Ina Garten. I found the original recipe on the Food Network website. I made a few changes for ease of preparation. They got rave reviews from our dinner guests during a recent get together. They just have a kind of fancy feel to them. Enjoy!
These vibrant purple potatoes are so fun to prepare and serve. The miso adds a wonderful flavor, as does the tangy crème fraiche. They make a wonderful side to meat, chicken and fish. Enjoy!
This, by far, is my most requested recipe (next to my Banana Split Pie ). My son is coming home for July 4th, and what does he ask for…THIS. I just made this for a dinner party we had for a dear friend and it was a big hit. I mean, I had folks texting me the day requesting the recipe. It really is that good. And, here’s a secret ~ it’s super easy, and you can make a day ahead, if needed. It’s perfect for large gatherings and goes with just about everything!
This potato salad always gets rave reviews! It has simple ingredients that make it a perfect side dish for any grilled or smoked meats and chicken. I use a food processor to chop the veggies, which makes it super easy to prepare. And, since we are getting into the summer grill season it’s a perfect time to share this oldie, but goodie!
These baked potato wedges are great as a side dish or appetizer. Healthier than fried potatoes, you are going to want to make these again, and again. You can top these potatoes with all kinds of things for variety – I kept these simple with just some sea salt, fresh ground pepper and chopped Italian parsley. I’ve done parmesan cheese or even made them as loaded potato fries with bacon, cheese and sour cream. Any way you choose, these are fab!