Crispy potato skins with a Southwest kick. The key to crispy skins is the double-dose oil treatment. Serve with a dollop of guacamole or sour cream if desired.
For just a little more effort than a plain baked potato, you can make these showy Hasselback potatoes. They are easy to make and encompass two favorite potato textures – edges that are crispy like your favorite French fries with a creamy center reminiscent of mashed. These basic Hasselback potatoes will make you look like a cooking whiz and using Idaho® Potatoes will prove that you clearly have discerning taste!
This is an easy take on mashed potatoes. The potatoes pressure cook away while you focus on other things. This is a basic but tasty recipe; feel free to update with your own ingredients. You can peel the skins if you prefer. Once you mash it up, you can return insert back to the pot, reattach the lid, and place it on the Keep Warm function until you are ready to serve.
These quick and easy roasted potato wedges are the perfect side dish for almost any entree. They’re also great as an appetizer with a sprinkle of sea salt flakes (such as Maldon®) or with a tasty dip.
These roasted potato wedges are flavored with fresh lemon juice and garlic, and make for an easy, savory side dish. They are delicious served with chicken or pork.
Seasoned grilled potato wedges that are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Boiling them first is not only key for texture but it also allows the wedges to absorb the seasoning. Dip in ranch dressing or favorite dipping sauce if desired.
Try these absolutely crispy, creamy, and garlic-infused melting potatoes for a quick and easy weeknight side dish in your Instant Pot®.
Harissa is North African chile paste that definitely packs a punch. In this recipe, I mixed it with butter and tossed it with roasted potatoes for a quick, delicious side dish.
Crunchy yet soft on the inside with a hint of spiciness, these creamy sweet potato fritters are quick to make in an air fryer. Plus they’re vegan!
Oh yum, was tired of the rich holiday scene with gravy, etc. This is a great way to use leftover prime rib and mashed potatoes, it’s fast and more importantly, easy!