Top Rated Russet Potato Recipes

Colcannon’s cousin, champ, was a popular dish among the lower class of Ireland because of the "cheap" nutrition it supplied. Similar to colcannon, it was also a popular dish served on Halloween. 
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Baked Potato
This classic recipe is simple to make. Once you're done you can top your potato with anything you want- we recommend sour cream and bacon bits. 
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Sweet Potato Gratin
Just because the holidays are approaching doesn’t mean you have to gain weight. Lighten up the traditional potato gratin while retaining flavor by using spray oil and chicken stock.Recipe is courtesy of Slimming World.
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herbed parmesan hash brown waffle
With St. Patrick's Day quickly approaching, here's a recipe by Chef George Duran that's perfect for celebrating the day the Irish way - with potatoes. Photo and recipe courtesy of Chef George Duran for KRUPS.
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Potato Pancakes
There are many different versions of the potato pancake from around the world. This is my favorite version of the classic. I like to eat it with sourcream and applesauce, or opt for yogurt if you want something healthier.
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Potatoes
Flaky and airy, these potatoes are a classic French recipe.
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Fresh Potato Chips
There is absolutely no reason to buy potato chips from the grocery store. The ones you make at home are fresher, healthier, and far more flavorful. Taters are so good naturally, they really don’t need much embellishment. This simple recipe relies on salt and pepper, but it can easily be customized for those with a more adventurous palate. If you are like me — and enjoy your chips at both extremes (crazy mushy and a little bit burnt) — just take them out a bit early or leave them in a little longer. Click here to see Potato Recipes That Aren't Boring.
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Easiest Slow Cooker Beef Stew
This is the easiest beef stew ever because you just toss everything straight into the slow cooker. You can definitely sauté the garlic and onions beforehand, but they’ll flavor the stew regardless. You can also sear the meat before cooking, but it doesn’t hold the juice in, as the common cooking myth would have you believe. Click Here to See More Slow Cooker Recipes  
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Gouda Tater Tots
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These homemade tater tots are way better than the frozen stuff. Simply mix together cooked, shredded potatoes with smoked Cheddar and Gouda for a cheesy, crunchy side dish everyone will love. Recipe courtesy of Meat Market.
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This glorified baked potato has a fun and festive presentation that is sure to impress your guests. 
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Broccoli Cheddar Latkes
Potato latkes are as exciting as vanilla ice cream. I’m sure there are the purists who believe it’s best to stick with tradition, but I like to mix things up in the kitchen. This year, I’m giving the latke a serious makeover, starting with this recipe for broccoli Cheddar latkes!
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Cheddar Potato Soup
This is a delicious and flavorful soup that is great for the winter. You throw all of your ingredients into the slow-cooker and let it simmer. If you like your soup extra creamy when it’s done you can take half of it out put it into a blender, blend, then add it back in. For more great recipes like this one, visit Local Savour.
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