Top Rated Red Potato Recipes

ribs and apples
This is a slow-cooker recipe featuring pork spareribs and apples — a perfect soul-warming combination.
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Red Potato Salad with Broccoli
Here's a healthier version of potato salad that's made with red potatoes and broccoli for extra fiber. A tangy vinaigrette packs enough punch to make anyone forget all about the mayonnaise. Make sure to drain the potatoes and broccoli thoroughly so that they don't turn the dressing watery.See all recipes for broccoli.
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4.666665
Slow-Roasted Potatoes
These roasted potatoes are simple, and easy to make. They create the perfect side dish for any holiday roast.This recipe is courtesy of Crock Pot Dump Meals.
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4.5
Parmesan Crusted Potatoes
Soft and crunchy potatoes make a delicious side dish.
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4.5
Roasted Romano Red Potatoes
Romano cheese is one of the world’s oldest cheeses. This traditional Italian sheep’s milk cheese, named after the city of Rome, is slightly sharper, saltier and dryer than Parmesan. There are different types of Romano cheese; my Romano of choice is pecorino. Roasted Romano red potatoes are incredibly simple to prepare, yet they make an elegant accompaniment to meat, chicken, and fish. — Kerry Dunnington, Tasting the Seasons.
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4.25
Want to throw a backyard party? This summer, make a potato salad to be reckoned with. Forget the standard, old-fashioned recipe - make a bold (flavor) statement with this salad. This twist on a summer staple kicks it up a notch with the addition of two awesome ingredients: kale and apples.
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Potato Salad
This is a quick, traditional potato salad that is so easy to make! White, red, or Yukon gold potatoes are all good choices for this recipe (Russet potatoes are not a great choice because they may fall apart). I don't peel my potato, but you can if you prefer. Please be sure to read the label to ensure your choice of Italian salad dressing is gluten-free.
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Barbecue Potatoes Recipe
These no-fuss, sweet and smoky potatoes are guaranteed to satisfy all hungry appetites.Looking for more tailgating ideas? Check out these 23 Super Manly, Meaty Dishes You Need to Make for Your Tailgate.For 50 Best Potato Recipes, Mashed and Beyond, click here. 
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Guinness Stew
 Rumor has it that when Arthur Guinness first signed the lease to an unused brewery in the St. James section of Dublin, he was so confident in his brew that he made a deal to own the space for 9,000 years. Centuries later, it is safe to say that it was a smart investment. Everyone can respect a decent pour of the black gold, but what your loved ones will really go wild for is how you infuse it with traditional peasant fare in this easy, hearty stew.
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Roasted Baby Red Potatoes with Lemon and Bay Leaves
Every month I receive a box of plump and fragrant lemons from my father (and even occasionally from my good friend Kristy) who lives in Southern California. He has an enormous lemon tree in his backyard, which tirelessly produces a massive crop every year. Every time I open that box I marvel: The scent of a fresh lemon is so floral, its zest so tangy, and its juice so tingly. A lemon enlivens everything you cook with it. This little fruit has so much to offer and so much to give that I don't waste a drop of its juice or an inch of its skin. With all these marvelous attributes, it's not surprising what a single lemon can do for a dish. Aside from using my father's lemons in vinaigrettes, sauces, cocktails, and desserts, I also like to roast them with baby red potatoes. Their transformative power on the humble tubers is remarkable. Add garlic and bay leaves and the roasted potatoes become tangy, earthy, and just succulent. See all potato recipes.
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Easy Cheesy Potato and Bacon Soup
Soup! It is cold here. And soup is what I want. Pretty much every day. I loved this soup. The bacon and cheese and potatoes are so comforting. Kids will love this soup as well. Serve with some crusty bread and you have an easy meal.
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Sweet and Spicy Raspberry Salad with Honey Vinaigrette
I know, I know. I’m using raspberries and they’re so not in season in October but I just had to toss them into this dish. We had to say goodbye to fresh raspberries from the garden a few weeks ago, but I thought we could all use a little sweetness to start the week off. See all salad recipes.
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2.8