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30 of the Best Potato Recipes
The humble potato is the backbone of British and Irish cooking and the versatility of the potato is unsurpassed. The potato can be boiled, steamed, mashed, roasted, fried and baked. You will find it in breads, soups, casseroles and stews. Who would ever envisage British fish and chips, without the chips?
From the classic mashed potato or the roasts on a traditional Sunday lunch, the food of these islands would not be the same without this wonderful vegetable as you can see with these best 25... potato recipes.
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7 Classic Ways to Cook Potatoes
There are simple, classic potato recipes which show off the humble spud in all its glory. These recipes should never be changed or messed with, they are perfect the way they are.
- Classic Mashed Potato Recipe
- Fluffy Potato and Carrot Mash with Onions
- Horseradish Mashed Potato Recipe
- The Perfect Roast Potato
- Easy Hassleback Potatoes
- How to Cook the Perfect Chip
- Twice Cooked Chip Recipe
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5 Gratins and Casseroles
Wash, peel and slice a potato and pop it into a gratin or sit it on the top of a hearty stew. Another great way to cook with the potato.
- Classic Potato Gratin Recipe
- Super Easy Gratin with Bacon and Cheese
- Gratin Dauphinoise by Elizabeth David
- Dublin Coddle Recipe
- Lancashire Hot Pot Recipe
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6 Recipes for Potatoes as a Pie
When is a pie not a pie, usually when it is topped with mashed potatoes, and British and Irish Food certainly has more than its fair share of those recipes. Here are a few of the favourites.
- Shepherd's Pie Recipe
- Cottage Pie Recipe
- Fish Pie Recipe
- Sausage Cottage Pie Recipe
- Luxury Venison Pie
- Braised Ox Cheek Pie
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Put a Squeak in Your Potato
Bubble and Squeak is one of those wonderful British dishes which are easy to make and delicious to eat, but are also so cheap as they are made with leftovers from a Sunday lunch. Any leftover vegetable can be used but potatoes are a must! Scotland and Ireland have their own version - Colcannon, Rumbledethumps.
Bubble and Squeaks
- Bubble and Squeak Recipe
- Leek and Ham Bubble and Squeak
- Fancy Bubble and Squeak
- Bubble and Squeak Cakes
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