Herb Potato Pie is sure to become one of your new favorite side dishes. I’m always looking for new ways to serve potatoes, and this one is both eye-pleasing and flavorful.
These herb roasted potatoes are full of the flavors of onion, garlic, oregano, Parmesan, and Cheddar. They are incredibly easy to make, and the recipe is easily multiplied.
Asparagus potato salad is a nice change-up from the old standard. The simple mayonnaise dressing is flavored with dill, and the salad is garnished with optional anchovies, capers, roasted red peppers, and hard-boiled eggs.
Tired of boring chicken? Try these awesome Apple Cornish Hens braised in an apple brandy sauce. Each Cornish game hen is filled with a savory potato, apple, and turnip stuffing.
Brie Twice Baked Potatoes are stuffed with a luscious mixture of brie cheese, bacon, and chives for a side dish worthy of the finest company. The potatoes may be assembled up to 24 hours in advance before the second finish bake.
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.