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I have a sack of potatoes and I have no idea what to make.

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Anyone know any good recipes involving potatoes that aren't just plain mashed, baked, or fried? 

 

Thanks

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Vodka.

Or these which are pretty simple to make

https://keviniscooking.com/make-hasselback-potato/


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9 hours ago, techswede said:

Vodka.

Or these which are pretty simple to make

https://keviniscooking.com/make-hasselback-potato/

Il second that. Op needs to get that moonshine rolling. :P


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10 hours ago, Jubawub said:

Anyone know any good recipes involving potatoes that aren't just plain mashed, baked, or fried? 

 

Thanks

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I looked up the ingredient that i was thinking of. goodle translate came out with cream? its just thick milk. i believe milk will work aswell. Get a pan and cover he bottom in pepper. Turn on the heat (i usually turn it to max) and wait a minute befor adding the cream(?) or milk. Add just about as much as you want, i recommend about 2+ dl, if you are using milk i would use more. Keep boiling the sauce unntill it starts to thicken. Turn down the heat to low or off and add in some soy sauce. not a lot though, i would say about a spoon or less.

It will get thicker over time, but you now have pepper sauce on your hands that work with any type of cooked meat, fried or cooked potatoes, rice and much more. 

Ingredients: cream/milk

                   Pepper (not whole but like crushed i guess, idk)

                   Soy Sauce

English isnt my first language and sadly google translate isn helping me. Hope it goes well with you potatoes

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20 hours ago, Jubawub said:

Anyone know any good recipes involving potatoes that aren't just plain mashed, baked, or fried?

 

slice them thin and put salt on top of it. Then put it into the microwave on the highest tier for ~6-8 mins.

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