Roasted in bacon fat and glazed with maple syrup, this side dish will become a new favorite for everyone.
This side dish is easy to make and can be assembled and refrigerated up to one day. To serve, cover with aluminum foil and cook 15 minutes, then uncover and cook as directed.
Next to turkey, mashed potatoes are required at the Thanksgiving table.
Creamy potato salad that is perfect for summer barbeques and picnics.
Parmesan fries are baked in the oven, instead of fried, for a healthier alternative.
Potato Skins are hard to resist. This recipe makes them dinner friendly.
Originating from the Savoy region of the French Alps, this dish benefits from smoky bacon and the traditional cheese of the area, Reblochon. If you can’t find it, use a quality Gruyere or fontina with a bit of Brie or Camembert. Cook the potatoes a day ahead and allow to cool overnight, or make the dish ahead and bake right before serving, just be sure to take it out of the refrigerator to warm up a bit before you bake it.
This creamy side dish goes well with any meal. Try swapping regular potatoes for yams for a sweeter version.
Halving baby potatoes and roasting them cut-side down on a bed of Parmesan results in an irresistible crust.
Buttery baby sweet potatoes make for a perfectly portioned side dish.