Category: Potatoes, Rice & More
Boy, do those Louisianans know how to do flavor! For instance, their black beans and rice ... Well, here's a shortcut way to that flavor in a salad that fits inside, outside, winter, summer, and everything in between.
This loaded spud satisfies even the hungriest of guys. And if you have leftover chili of your own, go ahead and pile it high atop a baked potato.
These cheesy black beans are a side show that takes center stage with its deliciousness! You can't go wrong with this baby and the smiles on the faces of those around your table will be the biggest indication of that.
Yes, you can make black-eyed peas starting with dried peas that you have to pick over, soak, and boil till tender. But why do all that when you can start with frozen and have these yummies on the table in less than an hour?
Serve this Beantown classic at your next cookout or picnic and enjoy the hearty tastes of our easy Boston baked beans. With a few shortcuts, these'll be ready in no time but will taste like we simmered them all day long!
This authentic version of the Irish potato dish called boxty is like a trip to the Emerald Isle in a skillet. Serve these little potato pancakes with any main dish and enjoy their crispness and great flavor!
You'll be on the receiving end of a sea of compliments when you serve our easy Breakfast Potato Boats. This hearty version of stuffed potato skins made from All-American Idaho Russet Potatoes is super for breakfast, brunch or even a light dinner.
Our favorite kind of dish is one that pleases the eyes as well as the tummy. This Brown Rice with Nuts and Raisins certainly does both because it has so many warm flavors!
The potatoes bubble in the pan and the cabbage squeaks while cooking, so of course, this classic go-along with roots all over the United Kingdom has earned its unusual name. Bubble and Squeak is a great side dish for corned beef for St. Patricks Day or any day.