Grandma's Gnocchi. Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Gouda Cheese Sauce. This morning I was looking at my home page and I realized that there is a lot of orange sweet potato and pumpkin going on. Considering the time of year I think it is very fitting. Maybe I should go red and green when Christmas comes around? Got any green and red recipes that I can try out for Christmas? In keeping with the autumn orange theme I got the idea to try a sweet potato gnocchi covered in gouda cheese sauce. The idea was to do it in a stovetop mac and cheese kind of style. I have never made a potato gnocchi before. First and most important you need 1 pound of sweet potato.
In the photos I as preparing a double recipe so that is why you see so many potatoes. Pierce the potatoes with a fork. Microwave the potato for 5-6 minutes on each side, until tender. Slice the potatoes in half and let cool. Scoop out the flesh of the potatoes and mash, you need 1 1/2 cups of mashed potato. Add Parmesan cheese, brown sugar, 1 teaspoons salt, and nutmeg; mash to blend. You have made a roux! Gnocchi. Potatoes: The New Quiche Crust Old Ingredient New Trick. You say potato, I say yes please. Fried, baked, and Hasselback’d, there are no shortage of recipes that feature this root vegetable. But just like space travel, there’s so much more territory to explore. As someone who must steer clear of most wheat and processed products, I’m always on the lookout for a substitute that adds crunch where croutons and toasted baguettes no longer can.
And I’ve recently fallen in love with hash browns and their impeccable impersonation for things like Funions, crispy casserole toppers, and sandwich bread. Even a fingerling can moonlight as crudite. Side note: apparently they also make an amazing handyman, able to remove shards of broken glass from your dishwasher and rust from your rusty things. As for a new trick, get ready to go bonkers. Flourless Potato Quiche Crust Simply thaw a few cups of frozen, shredded potatoes and mix with spices (may I suggest dill, garlic powder, and a pinch of black pepper). Old Ingredients, New Tricks More posts in this series. Crispy-Outside Creamy-Inside Garlic Herb Potatoes.
I know that the name of this side dish is on the brink of ridiculousness, but I could not, for the life of me, think of a way to describe them that gave them justice. They’re so flavorful from the chicken stock, herbs, and garlic, and they have that texture combination that makes you swoon– they’re perfectly crisp on the outside and soft on the inside and… well, they’re Crispy-Outside Creamy-Inside Garlic Herb Potatoes. Sometimes I even impress myself with my creativity. (Don’t worry, that was sarcastic.) These potatoes were adapted from Jacques Pepin’s “Pommes Fondantes”, which to me sounds very fancy, but it’s actually just French, and Jacques Pepin is French, so it makes sense.
I don’t know what it is about French-named recipes that automatically make the “I PROBABLY CAN’T AFFORD THIS” sirens go off in my head, but these potatoes don’t fall into that category at all. Maybe it’s just because the French are great cooks, and great food is often expensive? I don’t know. Ingredients. 47 Potato Recipes That Will Knock Your Socks Off. <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon" data-recalc-dims="1"/></a></div>Hello there!
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And with their versatility, they can make any meal a thing of beauty. Roasted Red Potatoes by Martha Stewart Parmesan Garlic Roasted Potatoes by Recipes & Me Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Red Potatoes by The Happy Housewife Roasted Parmesan Potatoes by Six Sisters Stuff Oven Roasted Lemon Butter Potatoes by Wanna Bite Accordian Potatoes by The Chic Creamy Potato Soup by Eat Live Run. Four Cheese Garlic Scalloped Potatoes. Four Cheese Garlic Scalloped Potatoes A classic potato dish with four varieties of cheese, garlic and a nice spicy kick! A perfect side dish for any occasion. Okay, three things… Divergent. I saw it over the weekend. SO good. Also, furniture shopping. We went shopping for a new table this weekend, but when we were done the kids wanted to wander.
And …we’re getting more snow this week! Make that four things, because… these potatoes! Is it just me or do scalloped potatoes scream spring to anyone else? Layers of thinly sliced potatoes with lots of cheese, garlic and cream. This particular variety of scalloped potatoes features not one or even two, but four varieties of cheese, freshly minced garlic, cream and a nice kick from spicy red pepper flakes. Yield: Serves 4-6 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Total Time: 1 hour A classic potato dish with four varieties of cheese, garlic and a nice spicy kick! Ingredients: Directions: Preheat oven to 400°F.
Toss cheese together in a large bowl. Man-Lovin' Potatoes. Oven Roasted Potatoes. When I heard this month’s Kitchen Bootcamp Challenge was potatoes, I was pumped. Originally, I had great plans for the sweet potatoes still in my basement from last fall, but after researching and chatting with the hubby, I decided to go with Yukon Gold potatoes instead. My husband isn’t a huge fan of sweet potatoes and I wanted to make something he would enjoy too, so that’s how I settled on this oven roasted potato recipe. Yukon Golds are our favorite potato to grow in the garden and they absolutely melt in your mouth when freshly dug from the garden. But oddly enough, I’ve never actually roasted them in the oven. I did some more searching through The Professional Chef and on the web and actually settled on a recipe from epicurious.com.
Don’t get me wrong, there was nothing wrong with the flavor, just a personal preference as far as how potato-coated my hands were when I was done. Notes:The above link to The Professional Chef is an amazon affiliate link. You Might Also Like: Crispiest Greek Lemon Potatoes (Patates Lemonates) The perfect, traditional Greek lemon potatoes, ideal for your Sunday family roast!!! Crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside with a delicious lemony flavour.. Greek lemon potatoes are perfect on their own served with some crusted bread to dig into all the delicious juices or accompanying roast lamb, chicken, pork, a juicy burger or steak, and the list goes on. So how to make the perfect Greek lemon potatoes? It is as simple as 1-2-3 – Select the right potato variety, add the secret lemony ingredient and crisp them to perfection!
The perfect Greek lemon potatoes: start with the right potato variety Selecting the right potato variety for your Greek lemon potatoes is crucial if you want to achieve that perfectly crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside texture. You can parboil them, i.e. cut them up in wedges, boil them in a pan until right before they are ready and then sift using a colander. The secret ingredient for the crispiest Greek lemon potatoes is in the sauce!
Ingredients. Joy the Baker - Baked Chili Cheese Fries. We’re back in the mix, aren’t we. Back from vacation. Back to school. Back rifling through the closet for our cowl neck sweaters. Back contemplating hot tea and where the pumpkin comes from in pumpkin lattes. I love Fall. I thought I’d transfer my crisp demeanor to the oven. These Baked Chili Cheese Fries are one of my favorite recipes in the Joy the Baker Cookbook. There’s a trick to these baked fries. It’s a food illusion. Chili spices include: chili powder, cumin, garlic powder, red pepper flakes, and a spicy ancho chili powder (for kicks). Rustically peeled potatoes. Cutting potatoes into French Fries always feels fancy to me. It the geometry confuses you (because it totally did me)… here’s a more detailed description of how to slice the fry. Sliced raw potatoes are coated in olive oil and Worcestershire sauce then tossed with an all-purpose grill seasoning mix.
Time for layer number two! Layers are working hard. These are ready for the oven. Baked Chili Cheese Fries Print this Recipe! In Our Kitchen. Parmesan Potato Casserole When I was young it was a family tradition that on Sunday evenings my grandmother would bake a parmesan potato casserole. My family would get together with relatives and we would all spend the evening having fun and catching up. My cousins and I would play together as my grandmother, along with her daughters, would stay in the kitchen preparing this delicious meal.
My father, along with my uncles, would watch the football game until they would hear my mother announce that dinner was going to be served soon. Like most special and delicious recipes the parmesan potato casserole one goes from generation to generation. Ingredients: 6 red potatoes1 onion, chopped1 clove of garlic, minced2 cups of milk1 tablespoon full of corn starchPepperSalt½ cup of Parmesan cheese Preparation: To this day, I still make the parmesan potato casserole on Sunday evenings and I tell my children the stories that my cousins and I used to share or that we heard from our relatives. Ranch Potatoes Recipe. Perhaps you are looking for a perfect side dish for the Holidays or to go with dinner, if so this recipe for ranch potatoes is perfect for you. This is a casserole dish that combines cubed potatoes with a ranch/cream of mushroom soup sauce, cheese, and bacon.
Those ingredients alone should be enough to hint that this recipe is pretty good. I felt like I cubed the potatoes a little too big so I would recommend slicing the potatoes a little thinner. If you want to skip the step of boiling the potatoes, they can be done in the oven but will need to cook for longer depending on how big they are cut. This is a great recipe for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Ingredients: 8-10 medium potatoes (cut into ½” cubes) 1 can cream of mushroom soup (undiluted) 1 ½ cups milk 1 envelope ranch dressing mix 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese (divided) salt and pepper 6 bacon slices (cooked until crispy and crumbled) Cooking Instructions: Step 1: Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees. Hasselback Potatoes. These Hasselback potatoes looks beautiful, don't' they?
Here, I also added several cloves of garlic to these Swedish version of baked potatoes to enhance the flavor. It turned out great, they were very delicious, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.. Updated: November 26th 2013 This is an updated post with a new video guide on How To Slice Hasselback Potatoes Hasselback Potatoes (Printable Recipe) Ingredients 6 Medium Size Potatoes 2 - 3 Cloves Garlic, thinly sliced 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 30 g Butter Maldon Sea Salt Freshly Ground Black Pepper Method Preheat the oven to 220˚C (425˚F).
Arrange the potatoes in a baking tray and insert the garlic in between the slits. Bake the potatoes for about 40 minutes or until the potatoes turn crispy and the flesh is soft. Time's a-wastin' March, true to form, charged in last weekend like a lion—a big angry cat, with an unruly mane and a snarling roar. On Sunday—the very first day of March—we had snow, blustery wind and all-around dreariness. I’m happy to report, that as the first week of March has inched on, the month is taking on a much more lamb-like demeanor: blue skies, temperatures cracking 60 (!) Degrees, and even a few buds bravely sprouting up in the garden plots that line the Loop. I’ve never run a marathon, nor do I care to, but I imagine that March is quite similar to “hitting the wall” near the end of the race. It’s that mile—or, in our case, month—that plays tricks on your mind.
It can be tough to take, March. Me, I have issues with March too, not least of which is that it’s the month that heralds the end of winter’s immoderation. So my solution (and it’s an illogical one, I’m aware) is this. So, anyway, back to March. Potato and Celery Root GratinAdapted from Bon Appetit Preheat oven to 400° F. ShareThis. Twice Baked Potatoes, Two Ways. Hiiii Abby!!! This blog post is dedicated to Abby. Abby emailed me a few weeks ago requesting a recipe that could be made in the microwave. You see…Abby is shacking it up in a dorm this year with only two kitchey-type tools at her disposal: a microwave and a mini-fridge.
And since she wants to spend her money on more important things like booze, shoes textbooks, she wanted it to be budget friendly. No biggie, Abby; I got you, gurrrrl! Meet the Twice Baked Potatoes. I made ‘em two ways: decadent and amazing (bacon, cheddar, jalapenos, sour cream) and healthy and good (yogurt, chives, zucchini). I’m not even gonna pretend the healthy way tastes better. You’re gonna start by forking the potatoes. Now, pretend you’re in a video game. If you’re going right (oven), then put them on a baking sheet, season them with salt, pepper and olive oil and bake. If you’re going left (microwave), you’re going to place them on a microwave safe plate, season them with salt, pepper and olive oil and nuke.
P.S. Four-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes. Directions Position a rack in the upper third of the oven and preheat to 425 degrees F. Generously brush a large skillet with butter, then rub with the garlic. Combine the mozzarella, asiago and raclette in a bowl. Heat the skillet over medium-high heat. Generously brush a shallow baking dish with butter; slide the potatoes into the dish; arrange with a fork, if desired. Sprinkle the potatoes with the parmesan and the remaining shredded cheese blend. Photograph courtesy Anna Williams. Potato Rings with Homemade Buttermilk Ranch. If french fries and onion rings ever got married and had a baby, I think it would be something like this…a potato ring. You have a light and crispy outer coating with a soft potato and caramelized onion center…why? Because we can I guess, who knows…but it’s kind of fun, right?! My boyfriend and his friends have this thing where every super bowl they have a “Deep-Fry Fest” where, well they deep fry everything; so if you’re anything like my boyfriend you now have another “Deep Fry Fest” recipe to use!
Two things I can’t stress enough is: 1) the importance of having the potatoes completely coated; no holes please, or the mashed potatoes will pour out of the holes once they hit the oil. 2) the importance of the rings being frozen solid before entering the oil…it just helps with the frying, that’s all. Finally, since ranch is pretty much good with anything it only seemed natural to pair these savory, fried treats with a quick and easy homemade ranch sauce. Directions: 1. Man-approved Spicy Oven Fries. Crunchy Baked Fries. THE BEST Oven Chips | The Sugar Hit. Irish Nachos - Cooking With Curls. Parmesan Roasted Baby Potatoes. Homemade Tater Tots | Heather Christo Cooks. Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes. Potatoes In Rothenburg ob der Tauber.