Red potatoes are easy and versatile. Try them in a salad (Red Potato Salad), a soup (Asparagus and Cheese Potato Soup), or as part of the main course (Ale-Sauced Pork Ribs and Vegetables).
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.
These flavorful potatoes look oven-browned, but they're cooked in the microwave.
Also try frozen bread or pizza dough in place of the refrigerated dough for this cheese-and-potato appetizer.
This potato salad, made with an oil and vinegar dressing instead of mayo, is lower in calories and fat than the classic version.
Remember this low-calorie salad when fresh green beans are at their peak. The reduced-calorie ranch salad dressing makes this a good choice for anyone watching their weight. Ideal for diabetics too.
Together in the roast pan, the hearty vegetables and meat combine in the oven for maximum flavor and convenience.
A remoulade is a French sauce made with mayonnaise and Dijon mustard. This recipe uses it as a dressing for potato salad. Hot pepper sauce gives the salad a little kick.
Hearty potatoes, vegetable ravioli and roasted chicken make this soup taste like you slaved over it all day, but in reality, this dinner takes just 35 minutes start to finish.
A sauce of mayonnaise, olive, dill, and garlic adds a subtle flavor to this grilled porterhouse steak main-dish recipe.
Gruyere cheese brings a nutty, earthy flavor to this rich and creamy ham and potato casserole recipe.
Chocroute is the French word for sauerkraut and also refers to a baked dish made with pork and sauerkraut. This adapted German-French recipe contains three kinds of pork for maximum flavor.