Tzatziki Style Potato Salad

A delicious new spin on an ancient favorite, we tossed tender boiled baby red potatoes in a homemade creamy cucumber yogurt Tzatziki sauce for an amazing new side dish. This Tzatziki Style Potato Salad is light, refreshing, and the very best way to add some extra Mediterranean flavor into your family’s everyday dishes.

Tzatziki Style Potato Salad

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Twice Baked Tex Mex Taco Potatoes

Think you know your way around a baked potato? These Twice Baked Tex Mex Taco Potatoes will have you thinking again, or well- twice. Stuffed with a creamy, taco seasoned meat & mashed potato mixture, they’re loaded with your favorite Tex Mex fixin’s for satisfying comfort food, perfect for a hearty dinner, but with a fun new spin.

Twice Baked Tex Mex Taco Potatoes

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Cheddar Potato Pull Apart Rolls

Never buy store-bought dinner rolls again. I kid you not, these Cheddar Potato Pull Apart Rolls are quick & easy to whip up, with simple instructions and rise times, for fool proof from scratch bread to serve with meaty family meals. You’re guaranteed to see them on our table for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and even Easter.

Cheddar Potato Pull Apart Rolls

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Pesto Potatoes

Sausage, eggs, and hasbrowns. Grilling and potato salad. Burgers and fries. Steak and baked potatoes. Notice a common theme here? There’s a reason it’s known as a ‘meat and potatoes’ kind of thing. The two just go hand in hand. Seriously. Can’t you just picture them, hand in hand happily skipping down the aisle in wedded bliss?

Curiously, I don’t ever really hear anybody spilling the beans on the seasonings that make the match. For us, it’s a bit of pesto tossed with our potatoes, and then cooked until they’re crunchy and, well, crunchier.

Pesto Potatoes

Pesto Potatoes

1-2 lbs russet, or red, potatoes
1 (10 oz) jar Pesto sauce
3/4-1 cup grated Parmesan cheese

Directions

1. Scrub and wash the potatoes, pat dry, and (leaving the skins on) roughly chop them up into ‘chunks’.
2. Place the cut potatoes in a large zip-locking bag. Add the pesto sauce to the bag as well, seal, and shake everything around until all of the potatoes are evenly coated.
3. Pour the pesto potatoes out onto a baking sheet and spread them out evenly. Sprinkle the Parmesan cheese over top.
4. Bake at 450 degrees for 25-30 minutes, or until potatoes are golden.