Doesn’t this combination sound good? These latkes are both savory and sweet and served with a tangy buttermilk sauce, creamy sriracha sauce or a horseradish cocktail sauce. When I was growing up my Dad made potato pancakes out of a box (would you believe) to go with Sauerbraten and all the fixins’. Now, I not … Continue reading
I love hasselback potatoes and I love my new hasselback potato slicer. Makes my life easier and more importantly safer when I use this neat kitchen gadget. I first tried it with russet potatoes which is the best potato gratin dish I have ever eaten. This recipe was in one of my last issues of … Continue reading
Yummy sweet potatoes roasted with a maple syrup/cinnamon coating which are crispy on the outside and soft and tender on the inside. These were a big hit as a perfect side for a pork roast – everyone loved them! The inspiration for these potatoes comes from pumpkinnspice.com and I basically used the same ingredients but added no salt … Continue reading
I decided to combine these two recipes since they make great sides when you are grilling. Par-boiling them speeds up the grilling process and you have tender, crispy and flavorful potato wedges. Turkey burgers and grilled russet potato wedges.
My family always likes to try new recipes; right now everyone is on a “sweet potato” kick! This delightful dish comes from the Food Network Kitchen and graced a sister’s Easter table this year. It was a big hit with the maple syrup butter sauce finished with a tbsp. of prepared horseradish.
A tasty side dish to serve with ham and two of the recipes are Weight Watcher’s and the third is from Taste of Home. A third recipe I just found 2-20-13 in a Taste of Home magazine sounds great that has a chili mayo sauce:
Sweet potatoes are great on their own, but occasionally I like to serve this flavorful sour cream. Maple syrup, sour cream and jalapenos – these are good things when combined together.
These are ideal to fix when you do not have many guests who like sweet potatoes on Thanksgiving. A good side dish to prepare ahead of time and just reheat. The second recipe is from the Food Network Magazine and these would pair well with a nice steak! This year (2013) we added the chopped pecans … Continue reading