Scalloped potatoes are a great dish – the warm comfort of baked potatoes, wrapped in a rich cream sauce. It’s a great side dish and pairs exceptionally well with the traditional Easter ham. This recipe is a great, basic, no frills recipe and can be adjusted in an almost infinite variety of ways. Need to [Read More...]
Latkes are a potato pancake, made during the traditional Jewish Holiday of Chanukah. Similar to Hashbrowns or Potato pancakes, these crispy little bites are usually fried in plenty of oil and served with applesauce and sour cream. The secret to really crispy latkes is to keep the oil very fresh, the potatoes very dry and [Read More...]
These Brussels sprouts are delicious. Honestly delicious. Even people who don’t like Brussels sprouts might go for these – that’s how delicious they are. Combined with homemade cornbread and crisp bacon, the texture and taste of this side dish is sure to please. Make sure you follow the directions carefully for best taste and texture.
Every Friday we take an inspiration from Pinterest and try to make a similar recipe – most of the time, we use the recipe as written and sub in Better Batter products. This week, however, the photo inspired us to do something on our own. This would be a great side dish any time, or [Read More...]
Looking for something fun to do with all that winter squash that is in season at the Farmer’s Market? Instead of the traditional soups, mash, or breads and cakes, why not make this delicious side dish – an easy way to sneak extra vitamin C and A into even the pickiest eaters, these ‘fries’ are [Read More...]
Au Gratin potatoes were certainly all the rage in the eighties and early nineties – perhaps because of all the instant dried potato versions that were hitting the market. If you think of au gratin as fake-onion-yet-bland, cardboard-flavored sludge, this recipe will make you change your mind – layers of super sweet onion, fresh sweet [Read More...]