This baked potato salad is loaded with cheddar cheese, bacon, chives, hard-boiled egg, and a dill pickle sauce! It’s the perfect potato salad to serve at your next BBQ or party.
Broccoli and Cheddar Twice-Baked Potatoes are the epitome of comfort food! Add a salad to make them a full meal.
Is there anything better than loaded baked potato soup on a cold winter evening? This creamy, comforting baked potato soup is made with simple ingredients and loads of cheese and is topped with crumbled bacon, green onions, and of course, more cheese!
Bubble and squeak might sound like an unusual name for a meal, but this traditional British dish is so easy, comforting and delicious, you’ll soon forgive the name. Plus it’s the perfect recipe to use up leftover vegetables.
Salmon, potato, peas and creme fraiche all encased in a deep pastry crust – this cheesy, creamy quiche has it all.
In today’s post, I’m sharing a new plant-based recipe that my family has been loving lately… it’s the Indian-spiced Sweet Potato Fritter. These fritters are filled with simple ingredients – sweet potato, onion, chickpea flour and spinach – which also happen to be nutritional powerhouses, providing an array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants ✨ The Indian spices used to flavour the fritters – cumin and garam masala – notch up their antioxidant potency even further.
The easiest recipe ever for Oven Roasted Red Potatoes! These baby reds come out tender in the middle and oh-so-crispy on the outside, every time. Seasoned with garlic and tossed at the end with a bit of white wine vinegar, the flavor is irresistible. The perfect side dish for so many dinners, but I also love to serve these as an appetizer with a variety of dips! Everybody loves them!
These easy Halloween snacks are gorgeously ghoulish – kids will love dunking crispy potato heads into a creepy slime dip. Simply bake the potatoes, mash together avocado, sour cream and garlic, top with chives and serve – Halloween party food doesn’t get easier than this! Continue Reading
When I was about 9, there was this local seafood restaurant my family and I would frequent. Don’t worry. You know I’m not a typical blogger so this lil story will be brief. Anyway, the restaurant was called Louisiana Gold. There has never been a more appropriately named establishment. This place was indeed golden! The always had the freshest, Louisiana seafood. They made home style burgers, po boys, and perfectly seasoned boiled seafood. But, they were most famously known for their seafood stuffed potatoes. And boy were they OVER stuffed! Each potato was flowing with shrimp, crawfish, and that spicy cheese sauce. Man! Louisiana Gold unfortunately closed many years ago. I miss that place. I miss it so much I decided to recreate my version of that masterpiece. Here’s my Seafood Stuffed Potatoes recipe.
This will become a firm family favourite as it can be cooked in one dish and is so quick and easy to put together. If you’re making this for young children, you can replace the wine with stock, if you prefer. Choose your favourite type of local, British sausage for this recipe – my family loves leek and sage.