Now, I kind of burned these a little because I wasn’t really watching them, but that was my own fault, not the recipe’s. Still turned out tasty – I would recommend flipping them halfway through for even cooking.
Category Archives: potato dishes
This was pretty exciting. I’ve been wanting to make this Canadian favorite for awhile, and leftover cheese curds meant I had an instant excuse.
I didn’t use a recipe but perused a few. It looks like traditionally, the curds aren’t melted (they get a little warm from the gravy but that’s it). I wanted a gooey poutine so I melted the cheese a little.
This is a fun spin on roasted potatoes, if a little labor intensive. An ATK recipe. Keep an eye on them at the end so they don’t burn.
Kind of an oddball recipe but interesting flavors here.
John outdid himself this year for Valentine’s Day. Steak frites for dinner: ribeye with roquefort butter, skinny truffle fries. Plus spinach salad and a Scotch and cheese pairing for dessert. It was AMAZING. He even served the fries with a bleu cheese dipping sauce inspired by the cabrales potatoes he made a couple years ago for Vday. This recipe was the steak inspiration.
I made John steak frites for his birthday meal, and it was pretty delicious. I was excited to try out a recipe that CI had for “easier French fries” in a recent magazine. This technique worked really well and uses less oil.
Due to the pseudo-hurricane, we’re staying in today and possible tomorrow, which puts me in cooking project mode. This potato salad, which I’m saving for tomorrow (hope it keeps), was inspired by a recipe I saw in C.I. (and by the fact the purple potatoes we got in the CSA were looking a little rough). I had a lot less potato than the recipe called for, so I tried to adjust accordingly.