Dig These Potatoes

Celebrate the specialness of spuds with 55 of our all-time favorite potato recipes.

Potatoes may be one of America's best-loved vegetables, and not merely because French fries are the only kind some people knowingly consume. Even among those of us who eat―and enjoy―a variety of vegetables, potatoes rank as favorites. The reasons boil down to these: comfort, ease, and versatility. Plus, of course, flavor. The tuber tastes good. And it couldn't be simpler to prepare―whether baked, roasted, boiled, or mashed. They need little in the way of cleaning and prepping.

As for versatility, you can do a lot of things with potatoes, and easily. In addition to the basic approaches, they can be turned into a soup, salad, or side dish; thrown into a stew; formed into cakes; and flattered with a seemingly endless array of seasonings and pairings. Adaptability is the advantage of their neutrality and probably the reason why so many standard cookbooks have more options for potatoes than for any other vegetable.

  Baked Potato Soup  

  Caesar Potato Salad  

  Celery Mashed Potatoes and Chicken Gravy  

  Cheese Fries  

  Cheesy Chicken-and-Broccoli-Topped Potatoes  

  Chili-Roasted Potatoes  

  Cider Scalloped Potatoes  

  Creamy Potato-Arugula Soup  

  Creamy Potato-Mushroom Soup  

  Creamy Potatoes and Greens  

  Creamy Two-Cheese Potatoes Gratin  

  Edamame Mashed Potatoes  

  Family Frittata  

  Fingerling Potatoes With Oregano Pesto  

  Fusilli with Broccoli Rabe and Potatoes  

  Garlic Fries  

  Garlic-Roasted Potatoes and Fennel  

  Garlicky Roasted-Potato Salad  

  German-Style Potato Salad  

  Ham-and-Swiss-Loaded Potatoes  

  Hash Brown Casserole  

  Herbed Potato Wedges  

  Indian-Style Potatoes  

  Italian Potato Torta  

  Leek and Potato Tart with Gruyere  

  Marinated Potato-and-Artichoke Salad  

  Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic and Rosemary  

  Mashed Potatoes with Blue Cheese and Parsley  

  Melange of Kale, Potatoes, and Tomatoes with Parmesan  

  Mitchell's Loaded Potato Skins  

  Olive-Potato Pizza  

  Orecchiette with Potatoes and Radishes  

  Parsnip Mashed Potatoes  

  Pierogi  

  Portobello-Layered Mashed Potatoes  

  Portuguese Kale-and-Potato Chowder  

  Potato Cod Cakes with Dijon Tartar Sauce  

  Potato Gnocchi with Spinach and Yellow Squash  

  Potato Gratin with Haricots Verts and Ham  

  Potato Salad with Olives, Capers, and Parmesan  

  Potato and Sun-Dried Tomato au Gratin  

  Potato, Mushroom, and Pesto Omelet  

  Potato-Black Bean Cakes with Tropical Dressing Over Greens  

  Potato-Peanut Cakes  

  Potato-Pesto Bake  

  Potato-Watercress Soup  

  Potatoes Primavera  

  Potatoes Au Gratin  

  Provencale Potato Gratin  

  Quinoa and Potato Croquettes  

  Roasted Garlic-Potato Soup  

  Roasted Potatoes and Artichokes with Feta  

  Scalloped Potatoes with Shallots, Mushrooms, Roasted Garlic, and Thyme  

  Smashed Potato-and-Broccoli Casserole  

  Winter-Vegetable Stew with Sunchokes  

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