Greek Moussaka: This Beef and Potato Casserole Is the Best Comfort Food

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This straightforward beef and potato casserole is also known as moussaka. The layered dish is to the Greeks what lasagna is to the Italians. The rich meat is layered with potatoes and topped with mornay sauce for a hearty meal that will surely satisfy your taste buds on any night of the week. Get the recipe now.

Homemade Baked French Fries for Two

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These homemade baked french fries are just what your stay-at-home date night needs. Made specifically for two, the potatoes come out golden and crispy. There’s no soaking or frying involved, simply cut and bake. You can even customize the dish to your liking with your preferred seasonings. Get the recipe now.

Potage Parmentier (French Potato Leek Soup)

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Nothing says elegance like a bowlful of French-inspired potage parmentier, and this humble blend of aromatic veggies is as graceful as it gets. The soup starts with a harmonious melange of oniony leeks, creamy Yukon gold potatoes, and sweet carrots, and ends with a delicate dash of cream. Get the recipe now.

Spicy-Sweet Maple Glazed Pork Roast with Root Vegetables

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This maple glazed roasted pork roast with root vegetables is an ultra juicy cut of meat that will leave everyone around the table raving over the meal. The meat and vegetables are coated in a sweet and spicy glaze. And it’s made in one skillet, so cleanup is minimal once you’re done. Get the recipe now.

Easy-Peasy Sweet Potato & Potato Pancakes

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Need a simple potato recipe that will tickle your taste buds and fill your house with oniony aromas? This is your stop. These latkes showcase two types of shredded potatoes tangled with herby parsley and onions. Keep reading for the recipe, and eat these savory pancakes with your favorite toppings at any time of day.

Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken and Tomatoes with Potato Spaghetti Squash Puree

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When it comes to getting dinner on the table, no recipe is easier than this sheet pan roasted chicken and tomatoes with potato spaghetti squash puree. The fresh lemon and basil infuse the poultry with extra flavor. This hearty dish is one your family will want to eat over and over again. Read more now.

The Smoothest, Creamiest Garlic Parsley Mashed Potatoes

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You won’t be able to find a better recipe than this one for smooth and creamy garlic mashed potatoes. Simple, straightforward, and swoon-worthy, this classic side dish comes together in less than 30 minutes, so you can bring it out for Sunday dinner, or serve it on a weeknight. Get the recipe now.

Kartoffelpuffer: German Potato Pancakes for Oktoberfest

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Oktoberfest is the time of year to raise a glass of beer and chow down on kartoffelpuffer, also known as German potato pancakes. Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, this recipe is full of starchy goodness. Pair it with sour cream and chives or applesauce for the best golden snack ever. Get the recipe now.

Oven Fries with Lemony Green Dressing and Gruyere

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Move over, loaded taters. There’s a new skinny fry in town. Next time you’re craving a lightened up take on the salty fried flavor you crave, these baked fries-gone-wild are for you. Thinly sliced, expertly crisped, and topped with nutty Gruyere and citrusy green dressing, each bite gets a standing O. Read more.

New Potato Tian with Thyme and Pecorino

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Jazz up your meals with a whole new category of carb perfection. In this tian recipe, the potato sidecar becomes the star. Thin, starchy slices are tangled with savory aromatics, sprinkled with salty Pecorino cheese, and baked until bubbly. Read on to add this simple, yet impressive recipe to your repertoire.

Skip the Cold Side Dishes and Make Warm Oil and Vinegar Potato Salad

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Forget reaching for the same old mayonnaise-covered spuds and shake things up with this oil and vinegar potato salad. Served warm and filled with rich and hearty flavors, this is the perfect side dish to make for your next barbecue gathering if you’re looking for something a little different. Get the recipe now.

30-Minute Loaded Baked Potato Soup Is Creamy Comfort in a Bowl

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What’s the best way to describe this loaded baked potato soup? Creamy comfort in a bowl that’s oh-so-delicious and rich. Packed with potato flavor, with chunks of the root vegetable mixed with bacon, sour cream, cheese, and spices, it’s so much more flavorful and warming than its baked counterpart. Get the recipe now.