Potato Recipes

Potatoes are fun to cook. They come in all sorts of shapes and colors, depending on where you purchase them from. They can be used in about any meal you cook, hash browns with breakfast, fries with lunch, and mashed potatoes for dinner. Potatoes are great because they always made a great side dish or even the main ingredient in a casserole. Whatever way you’d like to use up some of your extra potatoes, whether it’s making spud nuts or potato salad, you will always need a recipe of some sort to rely on.

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