This grilled cheese is a different play on a recipe an accomplished chef is most likely already familiar with. From Melt: 100 Amazing Adventures in Grilled Cheese (page 49)
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Potato Croquette
At my house, it seems like no matter how crowded our Thanksgiving dinner gets, we still have a ton of mashed potatoes left over. Potato croquettes are a simple and delicious way to use up those excess spuds, plus they make a fanastic side for the customary leftover turkey sandwich. I always make garlic mashed potatoes, therefore this recipe does not include additional chopped onion or garlic. If you are so inclined, chop up half an onion and add it to the potato mixture before forming the croquettes.
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Eggplant and Ricotta Croquettes
Stuffed with eggplant, ricotta, and lots of herbs, croquettes hit the deep-fried spot. Blitz stale bread in the food processor to make your own breadcrumbs. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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Salt Cod Croquettes with Piri Piri Mayonnaise
These little salt cod and potato croquettes are irresistible, and quintessentially Portuguese. When working in Lisbon, it was very hard to ignore the siren call of the restaurant on the corner of my road, where you could get a bag of these croquettes, crisp from the fryer, for just a couple of euros. We would eat them on our balcony, in the fading evening light, with a cold glass of local vinho verde. — Rebecca Seal, author of LisbonYou can freeze these croquettes once they are cooked. Defrost for 30 minutes, then bake on a baking tray at 200 degrees C (400 degrees F/Gas 6) for 10–12 minutes, until crispy on the outside and piping hot all the way through.This recipe uses piri piri sauce — you can easily buy store-bought. If you want to make your own, click here for the simple and delicious recipe.
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Potato Croquettes
We've experimented with many dishes from Naples, and these potato croquettes are a classic Neapolitan fritto. Andrew adapted the recipe, making it his own, by adding provolone piccante, an aged cheese with pronounced sharpness that also contributes some moisture to the croquettes. For a good part of her early life, our daughter, Prue, basically subsisted on these: They would arrive at the table piping hot, we'd cut them in half to release some of the steam, and Prue would wait expectantly for her nibbles of the creamy croquettes as Andrew and I said, "Hot-hot-hot." Kids love these unanimously and so do adults. At the restaurant, we shower the croquettes with very finely grated Parmigiano-Reggiano. It's not necessary, but the effect is very pretty, like a snow-covered mountain. They're just a wonderfully simple yet polished little bite, and they'd make a superior snack for a cocktail party. Click here to see 'Franny's' Cookbook Brings the Neighborhood Italian Joint to Your Kitchen.
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croquettes
“Easter is the perfect holiday to welcome everyone to the table, with Jarlsberg® Cheese ideas that are sure to please all ages,” says Deborah Seife, General Manager of Marketing. “Whether it’s Easter brunch or your Easter holiday dinner, Jarlsberg® Cheese will bring a wholesome, delicious taste to whatever you serve.”Enjoy these fresh new recipes for a stunning Easter brunch and a holiday worthy side dish. For more great ideas, tips and information on Jarlsberg® Cheese visit us at www.jarlsbergusa.com
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Turkey Manchego Croquettes with Orange Saffron Aioli
Learn how to make our famous Salt Creek Grille Princeton turkey Manchego croquettes with an orange saffron aioli, right in your own kitchen!Click Here to See More Saffron Recipes
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This classic potato dish is like deep-fried potato croquettes and is the perfect bite or appetizer. 
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Mustard-Glazed Ostrich Fillet with Berry Marmalade Sauce
This meaty taste of ostrich — best served rare, since it is so lean — takes well to the crunchy, flavorful sweet potato croquettes. Panko, irregularly shaped Japanese breadcrumbs, give the croquettes an extra-crispy crust. Layers of mustard and berry flavors blend into a mouthwatering sauce. Serve with thinly sliced red cabbage sautéed until tender in a mixture of olive and hazelnut oils, seasoned with cumin seeds, salt, and pepper. Click here to see Best Ostrich Recipes.
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These potato croquettes are simple to prepare with Ritz Crackers.
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Mashed Potatoes
Combining hot mashed potatoes, butter, onions, and breadcrumbs results in a decidedly delicious dish. The genius behind the recipe? George Rector, a famous American restaurateur. Click here to see more recipes from George Rector. 
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