A standard sidekick for roasted meats, the potato casserole is a classic. Try these easy potato casserole recipes that add a bit of modern momentum, including red potato and ham to egg and potato variations.
Mashed potatoes transform into an elegant side dish when piped into individual souffle dishes.
This make-ahead sweet potato casserole has all of the classic flavors that you like with a better nutrition profile perfect for kids and adults alike.
Kosher, which means proper or pure in Hebrew, refers to cuisine that meets certain standards of separation, combination, and method of cooking. This potato casserole recipe meets kosher restrictions.
These mashed potatoes pack a flavor punch. With corn, onions, garlic, sour cream, and corn flakes, your family will beg for seconds.
You need just one skillet and 30 minutes to get this pork and sweet potato dinner on the table.
The herbs are in the boursin cheese; just stir the cheese into the potatoes and bake. Or prepare, cover, and refrigerate the side dish casserole up to 24 hours ahead of serving time.
The herbs in the spreadable cheese season the creamy sauce that coats the layers of potatoes and plum tomatoes.
Bring a restaurant favorite home for the holidays. With make-ahead directions, this is a convenient choice for a busy Thanksgiving day.
Give yourself a break and let your food processor thinly slice all the potatoes for this side dish recipe.
Coconut and peanut butter give this sweet potato and wild rice casserole a most intriguing Asian flavor, making it a perfect holiday side dish for adventurous eaters. When using coconut milk, shake the can vigorously before measuring -- its contents tend to settle.
Beef sirloin served over a hearty hash makes a delicious family-style dinner. Add fried eggs for an even more filling meal.
Enjoy these savory white mashed potatoes plain or with a crowning touch--a spoonful of creamy gravy.
Gruyere cheese brings a nutty, earthy flavor to this rich and creamy ham and potato casserole recipe.
Anyone who hosts a holiday dinner will want to keep this make-ahead recipe close by. Layer the potatoes and cheese sauce in the casserole the night before.
This layered cheesy potato side dish is always a favorite at family dinners.