Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Green Peas
Cue dreams of Thanksgiving. This is a lightened up version of an old favorite, from sink to table in 20 minutes. Leaving the skins on the potatoes increases the fiber and potassium while decreasing the time in the kitchen. We love "dirty" mashed potatoes, but if your crowd doesn't, a quick peel will do the trick.
Asparagus and Potato Soup
This soup is perfect for those spring nights that still have a chill to the air. The potatoes fill your belly, while the skins offer loads of magnesium, a mineral important for heart health. Make this when the first of the spring asparagus hits the market, you won't regret it.
Potatoes have gotten a bad rap in recent years. But like most whole vegetables, they have a lot to offer. Leave the skins on, which are loaded with fiber and magnesium, and spare them the oil bath, and they are a nutritious addition to your pantry. We love them gracing both our breakfast and dinner plates.
Golden Potato Wedges
Roasted potatoes make a great appetizer, side-dish or snack any time of day. Try this easy recipe to satisfy your hunger or afternoon cravings.
This is the perfect side dish to complement any meal. It will warm you up on a chilly day! If you don't have yams, sweet potatoes work just as well!