French Onion Mashed Potatoes will breathe new life into your bag of side dish tricks. Your favorite mashed potatoes get kicked up a notch with the simpl addition of French onion soup mix. It’s such a simple addition, but it really beefs up the flavor.
Corned beef hash is a hearty comfort food, perfect for using up leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day. My Granny-Ma’s version was just the potatoes, sweet onions, and corned beef, all fried in bacon grease.
Mulligan stew is a hearty dish made of whatever is on hand. It usually contains meat or poultry, potatoes, and vegetables in practically any combination you can think of. This chicken mulligan stew is a spur-of-the-moment creation made from a fridge and cupboard raid.
Orange juice, honey, Dijon mustard, and soy sauce come together in a simple, yet flavorful sauce for stir-fried orange shrimp and vegetables. You may vary the vegetables to suit your own personal tastes.
The beautiful colors of this red, white, and blue potato salad come from the potatoes themselves. This recipe is obviously perfect for the 4th of July due to the coloring, but you will enjoy it year-round.
Like potatoes, parsnips are a root vegetable, so it makes sense to do a mash-up with potatoes. Loaded Parsnip Mashed Potatoes take on a slightly sweet, nutty flavor from the parsnips. Here they are taken up to a truly adult level with the addition of bacon bits, Cheddar cheese, and chives.
Hearty Low Country Corn Chowder is based on a Southern favorite, the Low Country Boil. This spicy chowder incorporates the main low country boil ingredients consisting of corn, potatoes, sausage, and shrimp. Each heart-warming bite brings a taste of good ol’ Southern country living.
For incredible gravy and tender meat, Beer Braised Brisket can’t be beat. Vegetables cook along with the brisket for an easy, tasty one-pot meal.