"I made these on the grill and the bottom got a little crispy which I love. Top it off with sour cream and its the perfect no-fuss side dish. Make them ahead and put them in the fridge, ready to pop in the oven or on the grill."
A tuber vegetable originating from Central America that is typically referred to as either a Sweet Potato or yam in the U.S. It is common for food stores to display and people to refer to the Sweet Potato as a yam, when it is actually a Sweet Potato.
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Preparing Potatoes for Grilling
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The skin of a potato is edible, so the potato can be prepared with the skins on or with the skins off.
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The most popular tuber vegetable in the world. It is available in hundreds of varieties, which vary in size, shape, taste, color, and starch content.
Allow ½ pound of raw, whole potatoes per person when preparing mashed potatoes.
Prior to boiling, cut potatoes into even pieces to ensure even cooking.
A few drops of vinegar added to the water when boiling potatoes will help maintain their white color.
Strawberries are an easy garnish for summer desserts. With a paring knife, slice strawberry from a point slightly below the top stem to the bottom. Continue making thin slits from one end of the strawberry to the other.
A type of roll characterized by its fan shape that originated in New England. There are various recipes for this unique shape: some call for five pieces of dough to construct the fan and others call for seven.
A small potato blend made from a mixture of ingredients that are formed into various shapes such as stars, baskets, crowns, roses, leaves, or uniquely shaped patties to be served as a garnish to accompany meats and poultry.