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Beer-Steamed Potato Hobo Pack Recipe

Martha Stewart takes your privacy seriously. To learn more, please read our Privacy Policy. Back To From Camping to Glamping Under 30 Minutes Beer-Steamed Potato Hobo Pack Grab a beer to make these potatoes; it will steam them while imparting a yeasty flavor. Prep: Total Time: Servings: 4 FacebookMORE TwitterGoogle+ Photography: Tara Donne Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2011 The Food Newsletter Great tips & recipes delivered to your inbox. Sign Me Up Ingredients 1 pound baby Yukon Gold potatoes Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper 1 bottle (12 ounces) beer 2 tablespoons unsalted butter Directions Place potatoes on a sheet of parchment-lined foil, and season with salt and pepper. From Our Partners You Might Like Recommended by Fave It Made It Rate It Reviews (0) Add a Review Be the first to write a review. Related Topics. Salt and Vinegar Roasted Potatoes - Salu Salo Recipes. I made this dish to use left-over baby potatoes I bought from Costco last week.

Salt and Vinegar Roasted Potatoes - Salu Salo Recipes

My family loves salt and vinegar chips so I knew for sure that this dish would be a hit with them. The potatoes were soaked first for an hour in a bath of hot water flavored with salt and vinegar. It was then tossed with cornstarch, more salt and a bit of freshly ground pepper before it was roasted in the oven until it was tender and golden browned. The roasted potatoes came out nice and tender inside while crispy on the outside. The taste was just right; it was neither too salty nor sour. Salt and Vinegar Roasted Potatoes Author: Liza A Serves: 4 servings Ingredients 5 cups water ¾ cup white vinegar ¼ cup malt vinegar Coarse salt 1½ lbs russett potatoes, cut into cubes (I used halved baby potatoes) 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon cornstarch Freshly ground black pepper Instructions In a large saucepan, bring the water to a boil.

Baked Sweet Potato Tots (gluten-free) Sweet Potato Hash (with Fried Eggs!) What’s better than sweet potato hash?

Sweet Potato Hash (with Fried Eggs!)

Sweet potato hash with fried eggs! If you’ve got a food processor, this sweet and savory plate o’ carbs can be in your craw in 10 minutes. With a few simple mods, you can transform this side dish into a fast, complete meal: top it with a couple of fried eggs for breakfast or mix in some cooked meat (or bacon!) For a hearty supper. Feel free to adjust the seasonings – just make it already. Ingredients (serves 2) For the hash: 1 large garnet yam (I use the term yam and sweet potato interchangeably)1 big pinch of kosher saltSeveral turns of freshly ground black pepperA few shakes of garlic powderA couple of dashes of onion powderA sprinkle of dried herbs (I used Penzeys Parisien Bonnes Herbes)2 tablespoons fat of choice (I used lard)Aleppo pepper (optional) For the eggs: 4 large eggs (2 per serving)1 tablespoon butterKosher saltFreshly ground black pepperAleppo pepper (optional) Grab a yam or seven, depending on how many folks you’ll be feeding.

Oven-Baked Sweet Potato Fries. Now that I don’t eat regular French fries, baked sweet potato fries are my favorite side dish when I’m serving burgers at home.

Oven-Baked Sweet Potato Fries

These aren’t quite as crispy as fried spuds but they’re tasty and easy to make. Plus, you can totally switch up the seasonings and your taste buds won’t get bored. Get the simple recipe after the jump! Here’s what I gathered to serve 4 people as a side dish: 2 large garnet yams2 tablespoons of coconut oil, melted (I just nuke it in the microwave for ~30 seconds)Kosher saltFreshly ground pepperSmoked parika (or your favorite seasoning – cinnamon works well, too!)

Here’s how I made the fries: I preheated the oven to 375 F on convection bake (or 400 F in a non-convection oven). I peeled the yams and cut them into even matchsticks. …and tossed the yams with the coconut oil, salt, pepper, and smoked paprika. I popped the fries in the oven for about 30 minutes, flipping the frites and tray halfway through.