Potatoes are one of the most versatile vegetables. You can find them in just about every cuisine and they can be used in so many different ways. You can boil, roast, mash, smash, rice, dice, slice or shred them. You can also make them into soups, salads, stews, casseroles…I mean the ideas are almost infinite. I have gathered together my more popular potato centric recipes for you to check out in honor of National Potato Day!
I will start this collection out with the Single Most Popular recipe on my blog to-date! – The Blackstone Cowboy Stir-Fry has proven to be one of my most sought after recipes and I’m sure you can see why!
Blackstone Cowboy Stir-Fry – Try out this great meat and potatoes meal with veggies made right on the flat top griddle
Below I have gathered together nine more of the best potato recipes I have to offer. You can also find plenty more variations of the Potato Salad by visiting here!
Cheesy Beef & Potato Casserole – A casserole bursting with flavor, made with hearty beef and potatoes and covered in cheese!
Potato & Onion Salad #nomayo – A quick and easy – no mayo – potato salad that has amazing flavor!
Confetti Potato Salad – A classic boiled egg style potato salad kicked up with some crunchy veggies
Potato Chicken Pot Pie – A pot pie, sort of! A delicious gravy with a potato crust over chicken, and veggies.
Irish Nachos – Crispy potatoes wedges topped with homemade jalapeno cheese sauce, juicy pork and smoky BACON!
Loaded Potato Salad – All the great flavors of a loaded baked potato in a cold salad perfect for your next BBQ
Mashed Potato Bowl – Comfort Food in a bowl – creamy mashed potatoes, tender pot roast, silky gravy and sweet corn!
Kielbasa & Potato Sheet Pan Dinner – A simple but delicious combination of potatoes, green beans and kielbasa all covered in cheese.
Pork & Potato Soup #slowcooker – a simple, hearty, creamy, cheesy bowl of soup out of the slow cooker with great full flavors.
Hope you enjoyed my selections of Potato Recipes – do you have a favorite? Which one will you be trying first?
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