Posts Tagged “side dishes”

Sweet potato latkes

By | December 13, 2012

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There’s something about latkes that’s always annoyed me. The shredded potato pieces are so long! And so unwieldy! Do you know what I mean? Unless your batter is really wet, it’s hard to make them stay put in a compact patty. And if your batter is really wet, it’s not going to be crispy. So […]

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Mustard-roasted potatoes

By | August 17, 2012

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Any food scientists out there? Until today, I’d been having the most peculiar problem with my mustard-roasted potatoes. They just took forever to cook. And even when they’d been left in the oven at a high temperature for eons and eons, they still weren’t soft enough on the inside. Weird, right? Also frustrating. So much that […]

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Best roasted potatoes. No contest.

By | June 18, 2012


This is my 200th post on More Quiche, Please and I’m so glad it’s about these roasted potatoes. For the big 2-0-0, it had to be something really special. If you’re thinking, “Roasted potatoes? You don’t need a recipe for that!” then keep reading — and then, really, you have to go try these taters. […]

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Utterly perfect potato kugel

By | April 1, 2012


World, meet your new favorite potato kugel. I don’t mean to brag, but it’s perfect. A thin crispy golden top layer that covers a deliciously soft, light, moist, flavorful little pillow of potato. You will want seconds. You will want thirds. You will want — dare I say it? — the entire pan. Of course, […]

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