Potato & Pork Slices Stir-Fry

Potato and Leek Soup And A New Toy From Sainsbury

A basil plant! It cost us GBP1.19, which, we thought was reasonable, but that is assuming it doesn’t wilt within a week and the seedlings do continue to grow. It was an interesting experience for the both of us, primarily because we’ve never consumed anything freshly plucked from a plant, and also because we’ve never taken care of anything else other than ourselves....more

Crispy Cheesy Potato Gems

Cheese and potatoes – they are like a perfect match made in heaven. They always go well together, regardless of what the resulting dish is: mashed potato with melted cheese toppings, hasselback potato drizzled with cheese, baked jacket potatoes with taco cheese sauce, baked fries in a blanket of cheese…...more

Minty Potato

potatoes cooked with tangy mint pasteI love the flavour of mint and often use it to make chutney and raita .This pudina aloo is my favourite recipe which you can serve as a starter, as a snack or can serve as a side dish with any Indian bread. The mint flavour combine very beautifully with potatoes and gives a wonderful flavour to this pudina aloo stirfry.   check the recipe here-...more

Amish Potato Salad

Amish Potato Salad goes with practically anything, from picnics to lunch to dinner! This good old-fashioned deli salad combines cooked potatoes with creamy yellow sweet and sour dressing enriched with hard boiled eggs, sour cream and mustard. What’s different about Amish Potato Salad is that it is much sweeter than regular potato salad, but you can adjust the amount of sugar to your liking. You’ll be surprised how simple it is to make this recipe. Just mix all dressing ingredients in a bowl and toss over boiled potatoes. That’s it!...more

Colcannon

Colcannon is an old fashioned Irish dish made with mashed potatoes and kale or savoy cabbage with addition of milk, butter and scallions or chives. It is traditionally served with boiled ham or bacon. Every Irish family has its own version or this classic dish. Colcannon recipe is from the bubble ‘n’ squeak family and traditionally it is served on St. Patrick’s Day and Halloween, but can be equally enjoyed throughout the year because it is so quick and easy to make and healthy at the same time....more

SIDE DISH! Bacon & Potato Salad!

Bacon and Potato Saladmothersapronstrings...more

Cheesy Potato Casserole

Cheesy Potato Casserole is comfort food at its finest. Serve it for breakfast, brunch, weeknight dinner or fancy party – it will always be a crowd pleaser. This classic French dish (potatoes “au gratin”) combines creamy cheese sauce, smokey bacon and tender potatoes. Crispy on top and soft in the middle, it makes a deliciously addictive experience. Experiment with different kinds of cheeses for variety. Or top with bread crumbs or corn flakes for additional crunch. You can’t go wrong with creamy and bubbly Cheesy Potato Casserole....more

Bacon and Potato Salad ~Grillin' Side Dish~

Bacon and Potato Saladmothersapronstrings...more

Potato Moussaka

Moussaka is probably the most famous of all Greek casseroles. It is usually made with eggplants or zucchini, but this Potato Moussaka is made by layering thinly sliced potato chips with a meat filling, then topped off with scrambled eggs and baked to golden perfection. This moussaka recipe is simpler then other ones because you don’t need to make bechamel sauce and you don’t need to boil or fry the potatoes. The secret is in slicing potatoes really thin using your food processor or mandolin slicer. In this way raw potatoes can be put straight into a baking pan with other ingredients....more