Potatoes are an American staple, served as sides and main dishes and as soups and appetizers. From au gratin potatoes to tater tots, you'll find potato recipes that you'll enjoy time and time again.
These super-simple slow cooker potatoes are the perfect addition to any meal. You probably already have all the ingredients in your kitchen cupboards, but if you're going to the market, pick up some fresh rosemary to add more of a homemade feel.
Use leftover mashed potatoes to make these little appetizer patties. You can also serve them as a side dish.
Want perfect mashed potatoes? The potatoes in this recipe are cooked in evaporated milk giving them a rich, creamy flavor.
Prepared in just 30 minutes or less, sea salt or other coarse salt gives these easy fried potatoes a pleasing extra layer of texture.
Create a hearty, comforting meal in one roasting pan. Lemon, garlic, rosemary and more combine for big flavors in this family-size dish.
Tofu adds protein to this seasoned potato side dish.
Put the slow cooker to good use with this celebration-worthy recipe. Be sure to finely chop the vegetables so they're evenly distributed in the sauce.
Parsnips are a slightly sweet root vegetable that adds depth to this potato mash. Make sure to wash the leeks well as they tend to be grittier than other vegetables.
Mashed potatoes transform into an elegant side dish when piped into individual souffle dishes.
In about half an hour you can have this healthy take on the traditional potato pancake. Beets, carrots, eggs, and a little salt and pepper are all you need to make this classic Jewish dish as a side or appetizer.
This spicy potato side dish recipe pairs well with most any meat. Very good with chicken or turkey.
Give a favorite side dish new flavor with one of four options: garlic, pesto, sour cream and chive, or cheesy chipotle. It's an easy recipe to master.
Grilling potatoes gives them a slightly sweet flavor and it frees up the oven and stovetop for other dishes, making this a wonderful side or appetizer for a crowd.
White wine, combined with the mussels' natural saltiness, creates a perfect dipping liquid for the oven-baked fries.
These traditional Jewish potato-onion fritters, often served on Hanukkah, have tender centers and lacy rims. Top them with sour cream or applesauce.
Pair horseradish and thyme to flavor the beef and vegetables. Finish the beef with a simple sauce made by deglazing, the process of adding liquid to the pan and stirring to loosen flavorful brown bits from the meat.
This stuffed baked potato is based on colcannon (kuhl-KAN-uhn), an Irish dish made of mashed potatoes, onion, and cabbage.