This Quick and Healthy Baked Potatoes Primavera recipe puts an Italian twist on the classic baked potato.
Breakfast/Brunch, Main Dish
Recipe adapted from: Hubert Keller’s Souvenirs, Andrew McNeel Publishing, Kansas City, 2012 Videos/Recipe created by The Culinary Institute of America as an industry service to the United States Potato Board. Photography courtesy of Kristen Loken.
Shashouka is a popular breakfast dish in the Middle East. The addition of potatoes makes for a hearty breakfast, brunch or even casual supper. The sauce makes enough to enjoy the dish twice! Want to make this recipe with fresh potatoes? Try Skillet Potatoes with Eggs and Middle Eastern-Spiced Tomato Sauce using fresh Yukon Gold potatoes.
Appetizer, Side Dish
This Quick Lamb and Potato Skewers with Italian Salsa Verde recipe is an easy appetizer is made with frozen potato wedges. Ask the butcher to bone the rack of lamb for you or substitute a 12-ounce 1 1/2-inch-thick steak, if desired. Want to make this recipe with fresh potatoes? Try Lamb and Potato Skewers with Italian Salsa Verde using fresh petite yellow potatoes.
Add a small swirl of basil pesto and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese to each bowl for added Italian flavor.
Add any leftover fresh herbs to potatoes before roasting for added flavor.
What a surprise! Burger and fries can make a healthful meal. Potatoes, including fries, provide fiber, potassium, and vitamin C, among other important nutrients, and today’s frozen fries are lower in fat and sodium than in the past. Use lean ground beef and skip the cheese to lower saturated fat. Load up on the veggies and lighten up on condiments, which can be sources of extra fat and sodium.
Side Dish, Main Dish
No matter the spice, potatoes are the ideal canvas for a variety of flavor combinations and sizzling side dishes. Include potatoes as one of the stars of your entrée by skewering them with your favorite protein, like a lean sirloin or chicken sausage. Or celebrate meatless Monday and include more spuds on your skewer!
Appetizer, Side Dish
Serve these potato dippers as a side dish or a fun appetizer at your next gathering! The dipping sauces all use fat-free Greek yogurt as a base and can be made up to 24 hours ahead and stored tightly covered in the refrigerator.If requiring a gluten-free recipe, check the label of the indicated (*) recipe ingredients to ensure they are gluten-free.