Wild Mushrooms & Idaho® Potato Pavé

 
Wild Mushrooms & Idaho® Potato Pavé

April 13th 2010By Joy of Kosher

A delicious side dish to spice up your regular potato recipes!

 

Vegetarian Samosas with a Mango Cilantro Chutney

 
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January 30th 2015By ITONOCHEL

 

Sunrise Chicken Hash

 
Sunrise Chicken Hash

June 15th 2010By Joy of Kosher

A delicious recipe that even the kids will love, especially when potatoes and chicken are involved! Great way to use up leftovers in a new way.

 

Spicy Sage and Olive Hash Browns

 
Spicy Sage and Olive Hash Browns

June 15th 2010By Joy of Kosher

If you like crispy potatoes, you will love these hash browns with many wonderful flavors.

 

Spanish Eggplant and Potato Frittata

 
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March 19th 2015By May I have that recipe

This recipe is a take on a famous tapa from Spain: Tortilla de patatas. With this recipe you can either make one large frittata using a 10-11 inch skillet or 4 small frittatas using a small 5 1/2 inch skillet. Small frittatas are easier to flip. IF YOU HAVE NO EXPERIENCE FLIPPING A FRITTATA WE RECOMMEND YOU USE THE BAKING METHOD SPECIFIED IN THE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS.

 

Salmon with Avocado and Wasabi-Soy Potatoes

 
Salmon with Avocado and Wasabi-Soy Potatoes

April 27th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Recipe courtesy of Bryan Cwik, Executive Chef. A delicious and refreshing salmon recipe paired with beautiful Idaho potatoes.

 

Rolled Recipes for Passover

 
mashed ptoato beef roll ups

February 26th 2013By Chavi Sperber

 

Roasted Potatoes with a Matbucha Sauce

 
Matbucha Potatoes

March 13th 2015By Sina Mizrahi

The Sabra Matbucha provides the perfect flavoring for an easy sauce on Passover or anytime. The flavor really dresses up these simply roasted potatoes, but you can also add some optional extra spice if you’re like me.

 

Quinoa Stuffed Potatoes with Artichokes and Basil

 
Quinoa Stuffed Potatoes with Artichokes and Basil

August 6th 2012By Joy of Kosher

Tthese quinoa stuffed potatoes do take a little time with baking the potato and all. But, they score big points with me because they can be made ahead and even frozen. I also like dishes that are super tasty for me, but easy to adjust to make kid-friendly. In the case of my boys, I left the artichokes and capers out and topped them with cheddar cheese.

 

Potato and Avocado Pizza

 
garlic and avocado pizza

July 25th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Paprika And Cauliflower Soup

 
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March 7th 2011By admin

A creamy delicious soup without any use of dairy products. Check out the recipe here.

 

Kale and Potato Hash

 
kale and potato hash

August 8th 2012By Joy of Kosher

This kale and potato hash would be perfect topped with an egg and served any time of day. Or you can add ground sausage and make it even more filling for a meat lover.

 

Idaho® Potato and Sonoma Foie Gras Pizza

 
Idaho® Potato and Sonoma Foie Gras Pizza

April 23rd 2010By Joy of Kosher

An interesting take on the regular foie gras, with the addition of potatoes into a pizza. Enjoy.

 

Idaho® Potato and Chicken Skewers

 
Idaho® Potato and Chicken Skewers

April 27th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Lemon-garlic flavored chicken and "red, white and blue" potatoes are skewered and then tossed on the grill for ten minutes tops.

 

Herb Idaho® Potato Wafers

 
Herb Idaho® Potato Wafers

March 17th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Fresh herbs pressed into Idaho® potato slices are crispy and full of vibrant flavor. Check out the recipe here.

 

Herb Baked Idaho® Potatoes

 
Herb Baked Idaho® Potatoes

April 13th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Combine delicious herbs and baked potatoes and you have an awesome side dish. Check it out here.

 

Hasselback Potatoes with Balsamic Mayonnaise Dipping Sauce

 
Hasselback Potatoes with Balsamic Mayonnaise Dipping Sauce

June 27th 2011By Chavi Sperber

These potatoes turn out crisp on the outside, and perfectly tender on the inside. Break off the crisps and dip them into balsamic mayonnaise dipping sauce for a really delicious experience.

 

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Gluten-Free Matzo Balls

 
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March 17th 2015By Gluten-Free Nosh

Matzo balls are a favorite at Passover and any time of the year. But what to do if you are gluten-free and can’t have regular matzo or matzo meal, let alone matzo balls? While some gluten-free matzo ball mixes are available for Passover (my favorite is Lieber’s knaidel mix), they can be hard to find. Inspired by German potato dumplings, this recipe uses potatoes, potato starch and almond meal to make fluffy matzo balls — without the matzo. The result is gluten-free, non-gebrokts knaidlach that are fluffy on the outside, while slightly dense on the inside. Make sure to plan out this recipe in advance, as you’ll need to refrigerate the boiled potatoes ahead of time. A potato ricer works well here to finely shred the cooked potatoes, but you can them well by hand, too. When boiling the matzo balls, do so at a light boil, so vigorous bubbling won’t break up the delicate matzo balls. While you can make the batter ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator, the matzo balls are best cooked close to serving time.

 

Fruity Idaho

 
Fruity Idaho

May 13th 2010By Joy of Kosher