Perfect Potato Recipes #cookblogshare Week 9

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Tuesday, 2 March 2021

Perfect Potato Recipes #cookblogshare Week 9

Welcome to #cookblogshare Week 9. Over the last year, I have followed a low carb diet and the one thing that I really miss is potatoes. Every now and then I "treat" myself with a day off and when I do, I make sure that potatoes are on the menu. This weeks round up features some recipes that make perfect sides as well as main meals. 



If you love cooking then #cookblogshare is a great place to share recipes and ideas as well as commenting on each others tasty posts. Last weeks link up was over at Mellisa Traub Plant Based Nutrition. There was a meat free round up and loads of fantastic recipes in the link up.
Here are a few of my favourite recipes containing the humble potato.


Perfect Potato Recipes

Hassleback Potatoes


I have been thinking about purchasing an air fryer for some time now and Sandhya may just have convinced me with these air fryer hassleback potatoes. Easy to make with only 5 ingredients, I am sure they would be a hit with all the family.

Welsh Onion Cake


Karen's Welsh onion cake is my perfect idea of comfort food. Thinly sliced potatoes and onion layers baked with butter and some Caerphilly cheese. Perfect!


German Fried Potatoes


I do love fried potatoes, the recipe I usually use, contains spices and is served with a curry. This german recipe from "My Dinner" uses bacon and herbs and would make a delicious lunch accompanied by a fried egg. 


Potato Galette




Lost in food give us a step by step guide to making this potato galette. A simple dish which looks so comforting. I am sure that my boys would be happy if I gave this dish a go.

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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for including our galette, potatoes are so versitile.

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  2. Thanks for including my bratkartoffel recipe. This potato galette definitley looks enticing. I want to try it next. x

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  3. Thank you for including our Hasselback Potatoes. This collection looks stunning!

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  4. Oh I just love a great potato side, it really completes the meal!

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  5. Lovely recipes. Need to try those German Fried Potatoes asap!

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  6. What a great roundup, I'm craving potatoes now! Thanks for hosting CookBlogShare, it has been lovely browsing your beautiful blog!

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  7. I love making Hasselback potatoes and Karen's Welsh onion cake looks so good too! Love the look of all of these recipes.

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