Top Rated Boiled Potato Recipes

beef and guinness stew
This classic Irish dish uses real Guinness beer in contrast with tender beef and root vegetables. Whether you're gearing up for St. Patrick's Day or just looking for fulfilling stew, this recipe will hit the spot.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson appeared in the Sun Sentinel.
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4.666665
Hungarian potato recipe
This potato recipe has been in my family for as long as we can remember, and everything from cooking time to seasoning is to taste. Some prefer these potatoes crispy, others prefer them cooked till they're nearly mush.
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4.5
Cheesy Mashed Potato Casserole
When you're in the mood for a comfort dish, nothing is better than cheesy potatoes. This casserole is cheesy to the max and topped with crunchy Panko crumbs.Courtesy of Michigan Potatoes
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4.5
A soup like this one is a perfect way to end a chilly fall day. It’s delicious, filling and just plain comforting in the way that only a bowl of soup can be. Add a slice or two of crusty bread and dig in. Recipe courtesy of Emily Paster, West of the Loop  
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4.5
Red Flannel Hash with Poached Egg
Red flannel hash, a true New England breakfast classic, is a traditional hash with the addition of the bright beets that give the dish its name. It's the perfect destination for all of your leftovers: potatoes from last night's dinner, vegetable scraps and the last few eggs. Topped with a poached egg and a runny yolk, this skillet-meal is protein-packed, comforting and flavorful. Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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4.5
Root vegetable latkes with beet applesauce
Made of five root vegetables, these latkes are a healthy alternative to the traditional potato pancake. This recipe by Marlene Sorosky Gray and adapted by Peggy Wolff appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Seafood Soup With Porcini And Tomatoes
Enjoy this delicious warm soup during the winter months. Seafood broth is mixed with Italian flavors to create a stew that's perfect to make for dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.This recipe is by Jeanmarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5