7 Different Ways to Eat Potatoes
Feb 17, 2016 05:00 AM EST | By Ifeanyi Egede
Potatoes are one of the most diverse things you can cook. You can choose the type of potato (sweet potato, Irish potato, baby potato etc) and then select from a variety of options as to how you want to cook it. Packed full of nutrients and minerals potatoes are a great dish to add to your menu. Provided are seven different ways you can enjoy a meal with any type of potato.
Boiling potatoes are fast and nutritious. You can either peel it prior to boiling of pull off the skin after it's been boiled. Add some dill and parsley to get the taste you want and serve it with a side of greens.
A great dinner with boiled potato is Garlic Dill New Potatoes
There are many different great ways to bake a potato for that wonderful taste you seek. You can enjoy and enjoy the ultimate twice baked potato. Stuff it with your favorite dish and serve it steaming hot.
French fries are, perhaps, the most common potato meal out there. Ensure the great taste you seek is accompanied by good health by being mindful of how you fry you potato.
Bits of potato are always a great touch to any salad. Make your salad more interesting with this starchy meal. Y ou might want to try the Steak With Potato Salad and Blue Cheese Vinaigrette
Just because it's left over doesn't mean it's wasted, a good way to recycle potatoes would be to eat it mashed. Cook a meal of Chicken Cutlets With Smashed Potatoes and Peas for the whole family with last night's leftovers.
Yet another potato meal that can be birthed out of leftovers and still manage to look and taste like fine dining is the roasted potato. Make Roasted Parmesan Rosemary Potatoes for the family this weekend.
If you are a fan of bacon then try out the grilled cheese and bacon potatoes with your loved ones.
Adding some greens to your meal can provide you with not only a more diverse taste but also up the number of nutrients gotten from the meal. This allows for a much healthier meal.
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